5 of the Best RV Parks in Washington State

January 2nd, 2019 by

RVs on the beach at sunset

There’s no question — camping around Spokane Valley, WA is an extraordinary experience, promising adventures and sights you won’t find elsewhere. Planning to pack up your Winnebago or Fleetwood and hit the road? Arrotta's Automax & RV has you covered! Here are a few of our picks for the best RV parks in Washington State!

Dosewallips State Park

306996 US-101, Brinnon, WA 98320

Located 60 miles north of Olympia, 1,064-acre Dosewallips State Park is situated where the Dosewallips River meets the Hood Canal. You’ll find great RV spots equipped with hookups, as well as activities like clamming and hiking.

Riverside State Park – Bowl and Pitcher Area

4427 N Aubrey L White Pkwy, Spokane, WA 99205

Riverside State Park is located about nine miles from Spokane and offers 55 miles of hiking trails, 25 miles of horse trails, and 120 feet of dock. The Bowl and Pitcher campground includes 16 standard campsites and 16 partial-hookup sites with electricity and water.

Check out our guide to the best camping near Spokane for even more options.

Birch Bay State Park

5105 Helweg Rd, Blaine, WA 98230

Birch Bay State Park can be found in a blue cove between Bellingham and Blaine. Although it feels far removed from the hustle and bustle of surrounding cities, it’s not far from Vancouver. This makes it a fantastic spot for a weekend getaway!

Fort Worden State Park

200 Battery Way, Port Townsend, WA 98368

A century ago, Fort Worden was an installation of the U.S. Army that housed around 1,000 troops and officers. Now, it’s a 433-acre park that’s rich in history and activities and features like an amphitheater, a museum, rock climbing, skiing, snowmobiling, and more.

Grayland Beach State Park

925 Cranberry Beach Rd, Grayland, WA 98547

Grayland Beach State Park rests on 581 acres with plenty of marine camping spots along the Pacific shoreline. It’s a hotspot for not only RV camping but surfing, crabbing, clamming, and fishing as well.

Where Can I Learn More About RV Parks Near Me?

Contact us at Arrotta's Automax & RV near Post Falls, ID and Moses Lake, WA! We’re familiar with all of the best RV parks in Washington State, as well as Washington State Parks! Plus, we can help you compare campers and choose the perfect RV for your adventure. Should you ever find yourself relaxing at one of these parks, only to find you need a new car battery when it’s time to leave, we’ve got helpful tips on how to remove a car battery.

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