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RVing in Seattle

Rent an RV in Seattle and enjoy all that Seattle has to offer.

Rent an RV in Seattle

RV Rental Locations in Seattle

Britz – Seattle

Britz 15058 Tukwila International Blvd, Seattle, WA

Cruise America – Seattle

Cruise America 12201 State Rte 99, Seattle, WA

Escape Campervans SEA-TAC – Seattle

Escape Campervans SEA-TAC , Seattle, WA

Road Bear – Seattle

Road Bear 15058 Tukwila International Blvd, Seattle, WA

RV Rentals in Seattle

Class C 21′-28′

RV Model 36-C21-28

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 4

Camper Van

RV Model 37-B17

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 4

Camper Van 18′

RV Model 37-B18

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 5

Compact RV 19 ft

RV Model Cruise C19

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 3

Class C 25′

RV Model Cruise C25

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 5

Class C 30′

RV Model Cruise C30

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 7

T17 Truck & Camper

RV Model Cruise T17

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 2

Class A 32′ with slideout

RV Model Roadbear A32S

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 6

Class C 19′ – 22′, no Slide

RV Model Roadbear C22

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 4

Class C 23′ to 26′, no Slide

RV Model Roadbear C26

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 6

Class C 27-30′ with slideout

RV Model Roadbear C30S

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 7

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I rent an RV with USA RV Rentals?

USA RV Rentals is an online travel company that works with only top quality RV rental companies. Booking with us gives you the peace of mind knowing that you always have great companies behind you.  You will get professionally cleaned units, roadside assistance, and the confidence knowing that you will get exactly the RV that you reserved. 

Do you have RV rental companies near me?

There are five RV rentals locations in the Seattle area. Some of the locations will pick you up from the airport or airport hotels. Contact our reservation associates for more information.

How much does it cost to rent an RV?

There are many factors involved in the cost of renting an RV, including the time of year and the size of the RV. On average you can expect to pay between $40 and $150 per night for a small RV and $60 to $300 for a larger RV.

Is unlimited mileage available with an RV rental?

Yes, it is possible to get unlimited miles with your RV rental. 

Places to Camp Around Seattle

If you are planning on staying in the Seattle area for your RV rental vacation here are some nice campgrounds that you may want to consider.

Lake Pleasant RV Park – a peaceful oasis in the middle of the city. Lake Pleasant RV Park offers picturesque lakeside camping, shower and laundry facilities, as well as nearby shopping, restaurants, and repair facilities. 24025 Bothell Everett Hwy, Bothell Washington.

Eagle Tree RV Park – a cozy, clean, family-friendly park with full hook-ups and cable included. Short drive to Hood Canal, Puget Sound, Naval bases, and the Seattle Ferries. 16280 WA-305, Poulsbo Washington.

Lake Ki RV Resort – located on a clean beautiful lake. 2904 Lakewood Rd, Arlington, Washington.

Tall Chief RV & Camping Resort – playground, pool, miniature golf, full restroom, and shower facilities. This forested, kid family campground has it all and is still close enough to the city. 29290 SE 8th St, Fall City Washington.

Trailer Inns RV Park of Bellevue – quiet with indoor pool and hot tub, laundry facilities, and showers. 15531 SE 37th St, Bellevue Washington.

Blue Sky RV Park – lots of greenery and natural beauty. Showers, laundry facilities, and hiking trails nearby. 9002 302nd Ave SE, Issaquah Washington.

Thunderbird RV & Camping Resort – located on the beautiful Skykomish River this campground has minigolf, pools, hot tub, playgrounds, boat ramp, and on-site fishing. 26702 Ben Howard Rd, Monroe, Washington.

Lakeside RV Park – located only 30 minutes away from Seattle this park has a fishing lake, playground, walking trails, and is very pet friendly. 12321 WA-99, Everett, Washington.

Issaquah Village RV Park – this park is surrounded by the beautiful Cascade Mountains with hiking/biking trails and a playground. 650 1st Ave NE, Issaquah, Washington.

Places to Camp around Washington

You have rented your RV and now it’s time to decide which campground to stay at. Do you want one filled with great activities to keep the kids entertained all day or do you want a secluded getaway where you will be at one with nature? Here is a list of some of the great campgrounds around Seattle.

Olympic Peninsula / Port Angeles KOA – pool, hot tub, sauna, bicycle rentals, RV dump station, and wifi. 80 O Brien Rd, Port Angeles, Washington.

Harmony Lake RV Park – beautiful lakeside camping, boat rentals, volleyball court. 563 WA-122, Silver Creek, Washington.

Skokomish Park at Lake Cushman – kayak and stand up paddleboard rentals as well as access to hiking trails in Olympic National Park. 7211 N Lake Cushman Rd, Hoodsport Washington.

Kenanna RV Park – this forest getaway is very popular with RV’ers. Kids area, horseshoe pits, and the ocean right around the corner. 2959 WA-105, Grayland, Washington.

Thousand Trails La Conner RV & Camping Resort – quiet campground with coastal access. 16362 Snee Oosh Rd, La Conner Washington.

Winthrop / N. Cascades National Park KOA – located in an old mining town on the Methow River campers can go tubing, fishing, mountain biking, and hiking. 1114 SR, Washington 20, Winthrop, Washington.

Long Beach RV & Camping Resort – short walk to a beautiful sandy beach. 2215 Willows Rd, Seaview, Washington.

Mount Vernon RV Campground – mini-golf, hiking trails, pool, and hot tub are a taste of what this campground has to offer. 5409 Dark Ln, Bow, Washington.

Chehalis RV & Camping Resort – a large park with lots of trees and a spectacular view of Mt. Rainier. There is a pool, a hot tub, and many more amenities. 2228 Centralia Alpha Rd, Chehalis, Washington.

Quinault Marina & RV Park – beachfront sites and friendly staff. 1098 Discovery Ave SE, Ocean Shores, Washington.

Newport / Little Diamond Lake KOA – this is a large wooded campground with endless activities for the family. From fishing in a canoe, jet skiing, hiking, frisbee golf, weekend family activities, and bonfires. This campground is also near attractions like Silverwood Theme Park/Boulder Beach Water Park. 1002 McGowen Rd, Newport, Washington.

Boyer Park & Marina – at this park you will find immaculate facilities, walking/biking trails, boating on the river, hunting and fishing, a swimming area, and historical information about the Lewis-Clark Trail route. 1753 Lower Granite Rd, Colfax, Washington.

Dayton / Pomeroy / Blue Mountains KOA – placed in a gorgeous country setting this KOA has everything you need to get your outdoor fix. Watching the wildlife, hiking the scenic trails, swimming in the fresh lakes, and fishing are some of the activities you can do on your outdoor adventure. 2005 Tucannon Rd, Pomeroy, Washington.

Premier RV Resort – a great location on the Snake River, you might even spot an old riverboat passing by every now and then. This campground is well maintained and has amazing views. 306 Granite Lake Dr, Clarkston, Washington.

Hells Canyon Resort – watch the sunset over the banks of the Snake River. Full hookups, marina, indoor pool/hot tub. 1560 Port Dr, Clarkston, Washington.


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