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The best West Coast destinations for RV travel

Last Updated: 01.12.22

1.The best West Coast destinations for RV travel

Traveling to the West Coast in an RV means no time wasted on waiting at terminals and airports and also eliminates the need to rush through a travel itinerary with tour guides who will keep you moving on even if you simply want to stop and stare at the gorgeous scenery.




Del Valle Regional Park

From the comfort of your RV, you can partake of the fantastic Del Valle wine country in this verdant campground, which you can either decide to settle down in or make a pitstop on the way to Sonoma, Napa or San Francisco.


Big Basin Redwoods State Park

This oldest state park in California may already be over a century old, but it will never lose its hold on the avid RVer. Providing miles of trails for day hiking, backpacking or a simple quick walk, the state park offers a fantastic view from your RV as you drive through the panoramic route that leads to it.


June Lake Campground

Spend a productive day at the lake catching yourself some Alpers trout or rainbow trout, which you can grill up in your onboard RV kitchen. Drive around the lake in your recreational vehicle to get a fantastic view of the various lakes and peaks in the area.




Seven Feathers RV Resort

Located on 23 acres of pristine landscaping and well-maintained lawns, the Seven Feathers RV Resort boasts aggregate patios as well as concrete level pads. You can shop in their Gift Boutique, work out in the exercise room, take a dip in the hot tub and heated pool, use the computer and read in the Media/Library room or just enjoy with friends in the Gathering Room.


Portland Fairview RV Park

Designed to be more than just a place to park your recreational vehicle, the Portland Fairview RV Park is ideal for your RVing lifestyle. Providing amenities to RVers, this exceptional RV Park has a hot tub, swimming pool, the Log Cabin Fitness Center, a basketball court and horseshoe pit, tables and chairs for group gatherings in the clubhouse, as well as a barbecue and picnic area. The large RV campsites offer free WiFi and more.


Sea and Sand RV Park

One of the top rated RV parks in the country, the Sea and Sand RV Park has well over a hundred spaces available in three distinctively different settings, all of which are within walking distance of the Pacific Ocean as well as the beaches. This RV park has you covered, with well-maintained gravel roads winding through an almost magical forest setting. All the RV sites boast cable, electric, sewer, water plus access to free WiFi.

2.The best West Coast destinations for RV travel




Smokiam RV Resort

Nestled on the peaceful shores of what has been known as ‘nature’s spa’, the Smokiam RV Resort is under full renovation to offer new top rated enormous RV sites, a re-imagined playground area, remodeled restrooms and shower facilities, plush new cabin rentals, an awesome sandy beach boasting a new dock along with watercraft rentals, a freshly remodeled clubhouse with game room and full guest kitchen and more. This is a big rig-friendly resort that offers various activities along with adventure for everyone.


Eagle Tree RV Park

Just a short drive to Puget Sound, the Seattle Ferries, naval bases and Hood Canal, the Eagle Tree RV Park offers an ideal year-round destination for RV travelers seeking to learn more of the history of Washington or enjoy an adventure in Seattle just a ferry ride away. This fantastic family-friendly RV park in the awesome Olympic Peninsula has something for everyone and is conveniently located near plenty of the most popular attractions in the region.


Lake Pleasant RV Park

Truly a pristine oasis providing an easy access to all of Greater Seattle, the Lake Pleasant RV Park has campsites surrounding the lake teeming with waterfowl and fish. Just the perfect jump-off spot to Woodinville dining and wine tasting, along with getting to know the wondrous Seattle museums and attractions, this RV park has access to paved bike trails that lead to downtown Seattle, plus a putting/chipping green and wood-surrounded nature trails.