13 of the Best RV Rentals in Seattle

RV Camping in Washington

Are you interested in an RV rental in Seattle?

Renting an RV or camper is a great way to explore Seattle and surrounding Washington State, including its three national parks and endless beautiful outdoor areas.

Whether you’re from Seattle or visiting Washington, traveling alone or with family, planning to camp for a few days or a few weeks, a local RV rental is an affordable, convenient, and fun way to explore the surrounding area.

Browse our recommendations for the best camper vans, popup campers, travel trailers, RVs, and motorhomes available to rent in Seattle – or just use our navigation guide to skip right to the category that most interests you.

Here are 13 of the best best RV rentals in Seattle.

Navigation Guide

  1. Sleeps 2
  2. Sleeps 2-4
  3. Sleeps 5-7
  4. Sleeps 8+

What to Know Before You Rent

Seattle RV Rental

The following recommendations for the best RV rentals in Seattle are broken down first by size and then by type.

Size relates to the capacity of the RV or camper. This is how many people the rig comfortably sleeps. It’s also a good indication of the amount of overall living space.  

For RVs, size is broken down by Class A (largest), Class C (smallest), and Class B (camper van) – confusing, I know. And, then, you have camping trailers ranging from teardrop trailers to fifth-wheel trailers. Check out Outdoorsy’s big guide to RV classes for more clarification.  

RV type, on the other hand, is broken down by drivable or towable. A drivable RV is a self-contained motorized vehicle while a towable RV is a trailer that must be towed behind another vehicle.

Most large towable RVs require a truck or high-capacity towing vehicle. Many small towable RVs (such as fiberglass teardrop models) can be towed behind almost any vehicle with a trailer hitch.

Sleeps 2 People

Solo travelers and couples should start their RV search with small, two-person models.

Most two-person RVs come in the form of towable camping trailers. These are typically light enough for most cars (even many 4-cylinder models) to tow. A camper van is another, drivable option for one or two campers.

Despite their small size, you can find 2-person RV rentals with plenty of amenities, including a kitchenette and small bathroom. Or, save money by opting for a barebones camping model.

Here are three of the best 2-person RV rentals in Seattle:

1. 2011 Honda Element eCamper

Honda Element eCamper

Daily Price: $159

Sleeps: 2

Length: 14 Feet

Minimum Rental: 2 Nights

Mileage Charges: 100 Miles Included Per Day ($0.35 Per Additional Mile)

It might be small, but this 2011 Honda Element eCamper packs a big punch.

Comfortably sleeping two adults (or, possibly, one adult and two small children), this drivable camper features a built-in rooftop tent that pops up in under a minute. Not only is the pop-up sleeping area comfortable, but it makes for plenty of storage space in the vehicle below.

The “Standard” rental comes with a 62-quart cooler, two camping chairs, a portable power source, and flashlights. Upgrade to the “Sleeping Comfort” ($9 extra) package to receive sleeping bags, pillows, and linens and/or the “Cooking Package” ($15) to receive a Coleman cook stove, cookware, and dishware.

There’s no denying this Honda Element eCamper is small. But what it lacks in size and space it makes up for in convenience and reliability. You’ll save a lot on gas compared to a larger RV as well! 

Top Features:

  • All-Wheel Drive
  • 60-Second Pop-Up Rooftop Tent
  • Included Power Source for Charging Your Devices

What’s Included:

  • 62 Quart Cooler
  • 2 Camping Chairs
  • Portable Power Source
  • First-Aid Kit
  • Headlamp & Flashlight

What’s Extra:

Sleeping Comfort Package (+ $9)

  • Sleeping Bags (2)
  • Pillows & Linens (2)
  • 2 Hand Towels & 1 Large Towel

Cooking Package (+ $15)

  • Coleman Camp Stove
  • Propane & Lighter
  • Cookware, Silverware, & Dishware
  • Trash Bags

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • Vehicle is well-maintained and clean.
  • Surprisingly comfortable for such a small space.
  • Flexible pick up and drop off times.

This tiny Seattle RV rental is perfect for one or two campers that prefer a compact, minimalist space that drives just like a normal vehicle! 

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2. The 2018 PNW Weekender Camper Van

Dodge Promaster Camper Van

Daily Price: $162

Sleeps: 2

Length: 20 Feet

Minimum Rental: 4 Days (April to September), Shorter Based on Availability

Mileage Charges: 150 Miles Included Per Day ($0.35 Per Additional Mile)

Camp in style with the ability to fly under the radar in this 2018 Ram ProMaster Camper Van.

Outfitted with a comfortable full-size memory foam mattress, this camper van easily sleeps two adults. It also features a removable dining table and a swiveling front passenger seat to give you a place to hang out in the evenings or when the weather turns sour.

Best of all, this Ram ProMaster has a high roof that allows for 6’2” of standing space. This is enough for most campers to stand while using the built-in kitchen with single-burner stove, kitchen sink, water storage container, and cooler.

Other highlights include gorgeous cedar siding, a fully insulated interior, rear back-up camera, remote controlled ceiling fan, touch-enabled reading lights, two LED lights with dimmers, and abundant storage space. There’s even a rear-hanging outdoor camping shower.

Top Features:

  • Full-Size Memory Foam Mattress
  • High-Roof (6’2” Standing Room)
  • Built-In Kitchenette (Sink, Burner, Cooler)
  • Lots of Storage Space
  • Exterior Solar Shower

What’s Included:

  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware
  • Camping Chairs
  • Camping Hammocks
  • Hiking Poles
  • 10L Dry Bags
  • Swing-Out 2-Bike Rack (Optional for No Charge)

What’s Extra:

  • Towels, Pillows, Sheets, Blankets (+$40)
  • 2 Stand-Up Paddleboard (+$40)
  • Taking a Pet (+$50)
  • 100 Additional Miles ($25, substitute for additional mile rate)

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • Top-notch custom camper van build.
  • Owner is quick to respond to all requests.
  • Fully stocked with all van camping essentials.

This easy-to-drive Seattle camper van rental is ideal for solo travelers and couples that want to explore back roads and small campgrounds without worrying about driving a full-size RV!

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3. 2016 Little Guy T@G Trailer

Little Guy T@G Trailer

Daily Price: $100

Sleeps: 2

Length: 13 Feet

Minimum Rental: 3 Nights

Mileage Charges: Unlimited

This 2016 Little Guy T@G is a towable teardrop trailer light enough for most 4-cylinder cars to safely tow.

To save space and increase comfort, the main section of this camping trailer is designed for sleeping only. An exterior “flip-open kitchen” has everything you need for your camp kitchen, including a two-burner stove, sink, and small refrigerator.

The interior features a comfortable queen-size mattress, dual doors and windows for increased ventilation, built-in air conditioning and fan, small TV with DVD player, and plenty of chargers (including USB chargers) for all of your devices.

A solar panel paired with a generator mean you’ll always have power no matter where your Seattle RV camping trip takes you.

Top Features:

  • Queen Mattress
  • Flip-Open Exterior Galley Kitchen
  • Dual Doors & Windows
  • Generator & Solar Panels
  • Lightweight (Towable Behind Most Vehicles)

What’s Included:

  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware
  • 4 Hours Generator Use Per Day

What’s Extra: 

  • Deep Cleaning (Required, +$25 One-Time Fee)
  • 4 Hours of Generator Use Per Day (+$3 for Each Additional Hour)

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • Clean inside and out.
  • Very easy to tow.
  • Easy to pick up and drop off.

This cute and cozy towable RV rental is perfect for your next Seattle camping trip. Plus, it can be towed behind just about any car! 

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Sleeps 2-4 People

Are you traveling with a small group of friends? Or maybe with your spouse and two children?

Then a 4-person RV rental might just be for you. Available in both drivable and towable models, most of these RVs not only sleep up to four adults, but also have a much larger interior space than majority of 2-person models. A large camper van is another option.

Most RVs and camping trailers in this class have built-in kitchenettes and small bathrooms as well as extra storage space. 

Here are four of the best 2 to 4-person RV rentals in Seattle:

Drivable RVs (2-4)

These two drivable RVs are excellent for two to four people:

1. 2003 Volkswagen Eurovan (#Buslife)

VW Eurovan Camper Van

Daily Price: $150

Sleeps: 4

Length: 18 Feet

Minimum Rental: 2 Nights

Mileage Charges: 100 Miles Included Per Day

A small but comfortable RV camping option, this 2003 Volkswagen Eurovan is ideal for families with two adults and two children.

It’s able to sleep a few more people that the two-person camper vans reviewed above thanks to its handy pop-up top with room for two extra sleepers. The pop-up is in addition to the comfortable main bed created by folding down the back seat.

Nicknamed the #Buslife, this rig has a small kitchenette with a built-in sink, two-burner stove, and mini fridge. The two front seats swivel around to face the back, joining the two seats on the rear bench. A removable dinette table fits perfectly in between.

Although this camper van is definitely small, it’s cozy and has everything you need for a great family road trip. Plus, it’s as easy to drive as a normal and gets roughly 18 miles to the gallon. 

Top Features:

  • Sleeps 4
  • Fold-Down Bed & Pop-Top Sleeping Area
  • Kitchenette w/ Sink, Stove, & Fridge
  • Port-a-Potty & Outdoor Shower
  • 18 Miles Per Gallon

What’s Included:

  • Dishes, Towels, Linens
  • Portable Outdoor Stove
  • Outdoor Awning
  • Outdoor Shower
  • Portable Table and Outdoor Chairs
  • Cooking Utensils and Equipment

This Seattle camper van rental is perfect for families and couples looking for a comfortable, cozy RV that’s reliable and easy to drive!

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2. 2010 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Class C Camper Van  

Mercedes Benz Sprinter Camper Van

Daily Price: $199

Sleeps: 4+ 

Length: 24 Feet

Minimum Rental: 3 Nights

Mileage Charges: 100 Miles Included Per Day ($0.50 Per Additional Mile)

Travel in style on your Washington State camping trip with this 2010 Mercedes Benz Sprinter Class C Camper Van.

The owner lists the sleeping capacity as 8 people, but we feel you’re better off with no more than 4 adult sleeps. The van would also work well for 2 adults and 3 to 4 children without feeling too claustrophobic.

At 24 feet in length, this automatic-transmission rig is long for a camper van. But it’s easy and intuitive to drive. A backup camera helps back into campsites. Despite the size, the van still gets roughly 18 miles to the gallon.

A king-size memory foam mattress plus queen-size bunkbed are the main sleeping areas. A small kitchenette features a stovetop, microwave, and mini fridge. Unfortunately, there is no sink. The giant flatscreen TV with DVD player is awesome for nighttime entertainment.

Top Features:

  • 18 MPG
  • Seats 8, Sleeps 8 (Although 4 Sleepers is Most Comfortable)
  • Small Kitchenette
  • Lots of Storage Space
  • Giant Flatscreen TV w/ DVD Player.

What’s Included:

  • Booster Seats (Optional)
  • Outdoor Propane Stove
  • Storage Boxes
  • Lanterns & Headlamps
  • Camping Chairs
  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware
  • Pillows, Linens, Blankets

What’s Extra:

  • Cleaning Fee (Required, +$100 One-Time Fee)
  • Airport Pick Up
  • Airport Drop Off
  • 200 Additional Miles ($90, substitute for additional mile rate)
  • 500 Additional Miles ($225, substitute for additional mile rate)
  • 1000 Additional Miles ($425, substitute for additional mile rate)

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • King-size bed feels like a 5-star hotel mattress.
  • Owner is easy to communicate with and accommodating.
  • Drives like a sports car. Easy to park. Handles steep climbs well.

This Seattle RV rental is perfect for small groups of campers that want the luxurious of a full-size RV without sacrificing the convenience of a camper van!

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Towable RVs (2-4)

These two towable RVs are perfect for two to four people:

1. 1980 Burro Lil’ Donkey Trailer

Burro Lil Donkey Trailer

Daily Price: $95

Sleeps: 4

Length: 13 Feet

Minimum Rental: 2 Nights

Mileage Charges: ?

It might be little, but thus Lil’ Donkey Trailer from Burro packs a big punch. Plus, it’s light enough for most small 4-cylinder cars to pull.

Originally built in 1980, this lightweight fiberglass camping trailer combines old school exterior aesthetics with a stylistically renovated interior. The owners didn’t skimp on this overhaul – they even remodeled the trailer base with a heavy-duty new frame.

Step inside the trailer and you’re greeted with mid-century décor. To your right is a small seating area (seats two) with dinette table that quickly transforms into a two-person bunkbed. Pivot to the left and you’ll see another, slightly larger sitting area (seats four) with a dinette table that quickly transforms into a two-person bed.

Directly in front of you as you step inside the trailer is the small kitchenette. It comes complete with a sink, two-burner stove, and mini fridge. Note that there is no built-in bathroom but you can rent a portable camping toilet for just $10 extra.  

Top Features:

  • Completely Remolded/Renovated
  • Mid-Century Style & Décor
  • Sleeps 4 (Two-Person Bunkbed & Two-Person Bed)
  • Small Kitchenette w/ Sink, Stove, Fridge
  • Lightweight for Towing Behind Small Vehicles

What’s Included:

  • Cleaning Fee (Required, +$40 One-Time Fee)

What’s Extra:

  • Late Pick Up (+$25)
  • Late Drop Off (+$25)
  • Pop-Up Canopy (+$10)
  • Cooler (+$5)
  • Chair (+$5)
  • BBQ (+$10)
  • Portable Camping Toilet (+$10)
  • Folding Table (+$5)

This Seattle camping trailer rental is ideal for couples or families with two adults and two children!

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2. 2017 Riverside RV Retro Trailer

Riverside RV Retro Trailer

Daily Price: $185

Sleeps: 4

Length: 19 Feet

Minimum Rental: 3 Nights

Mileage Charges: 100 Miles Included Per Day ($0.35 Per Additional Mile)

The 2017 Riverside RV Retro is a nearly new camping trailer done up in classic retro style.

Most notable is its walk-around queen-size bed. Many camping trailers in this size class don’t have walking space on each side of the bed. Not only does this extra space make getting in and out of bed easier, but it also ensures you won’t disturb your partner if you wake up first.

On the other end of the trailer is a four-person seating area with dinette table that quickly and easily folds down into a second two-person bed.

Another notable feature is the small bathroom. It’s an RV-style wet bath where the toilet and shower share the same small space. This camping trailer also has a small kitchenette with sink, two-burner stove, microwave, and mini fridge. Lots of storage space is found throughout.

Top Features:

  • Walk-Around Queen Bed
  • Second 2-Person Bed (Folds Up into Dinette Table and Seats)
  • Kitchenette w/ Sink, Stove, Microwave, Fridge
  • Built-in RV “Wet Bathroom”
  • 750W (1500W) Peak Inverter for Boondocking

What’s Included:

  • Pillows, Linens, Bedding
  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware
  • 750W (1500W Peak) Inverter

What’s Extra:

  • 2000W Generator (+$20 Per Day)
  • 120W Solar Panel (+$15 Per Day)

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • Owners are great to deal with.
  • Lots of reference material to help understand trailer.
  • Easy to tow with spacious interior layout.

There are few better camping trailer rentals in Seattle for small families than this retro-style trailer!

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Sleeps 5-7 People

Large groups of friends and families with a lot of children should look at RVs that sleep 5 and 7 adults.

In addition to large groups of campers, these spacious RVs are perfect for smaller groups that prefer more space to spread out. Most RVs in this class have large kitchenettes, bathrooms, and living spaces.

Here are four of the best 5 to 7-person RV rentals in Seattle:

Drivable RVs (5-7)

These two drivable RVs comfortably sleep five to seven people:

1. 2013 Forest River Solera 24S Mercedes Benz Sprinter RV

Forest River Solera Motorhome RV

Daily Price: $160

Sleeps: 6

Length: 24 Feet

Minimum Rental: 2 Nights

Mileage Charges: 100 Miles Included Per Day (+$0.35 Per Additional Mile)

A highly-rated Seattle RV rental, this 2013 Forest River Solera 24S Mercedes Benz Sprinter is a great option for 6 or fewer sleepers.

The big highlight of this RV is its short length but surprisingly roomy interior. At just 24 feet long, it feels only slightly different to drive than a camper van. But thanks to a well-thought-out layout and a large slide-out, there’s more than enough living, sleeping, and storage space.

Sleeping arrangements include a large bed, a collapsible dinette table, and an overhead sleeping bunk above the driving seats. Although 6 adults can squeeze into this RV, it’s really best for 4 adults and 2 children.

The large kitchenette features a sink, 3-burner stove, small oven, microwave, and sizable refrigerator (with freezer). A small bathroom with shower helps you stay clean. There’s plenty of storage both inside and outside of the RV. A TV with DVD player gives your family another option for entertainment at night.

Top Features:

  • Well-Maintained Interior
  • Slide Out for Extra Floor Space
  • Large Bed, Fold-Down Dinette Table, Bunk Area
  • Spacious Kitchen w/ 3-Burner Stove
  • Bathroom w/ Separate Shower

What’s Included:

  • Linens, Pillow, Blankets, Towels
  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware
  • Family Games

What’s Extra:

  • SeaTac Airport Pick Up (+$150)

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • Hosts are easy to work with.
  • RV is roomier than it looks like online.
  • Better gas mileage than expected. RV is easy to drive.

Looking for the best bang for your buck? Than this compact Seattle RV rental might be the best choice for your RV camping trip!

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2. 2016 Ford Minnie Winnie “Minnie” RV

Minnie Winnie RV Motorhome

Daily Price: $235

Sleeps: 8 

Length: 32 Feet

Minimum Rental: 3 Nights

Mileage Charges: 100 Miles Included Per Day (+$0.45 Per Additional Mile)

Large families rejoice! This 2016 Ford Minnie Winnie, nicknamed “Minnie” is a superb RV for up to 8 sleepers.

Not only is it fully stocked with everything you need for the best family camping trip (including camp chairs, outdoor table, and cook stove), but it’s also well maintained, clean, and easy to drive.

Space certainly isn’t an issue. The large slide-out ensures there is enough space for everyone. Sleeping arrangements include a separate bedroom with queen bed, a fold-down kitchen table bed for two, a fold-out couch for two, and an overhead bunk for two.

Living and storage space are also in abundance. A sink, 3-burner stove, small oven, microwave, and refrigerator (with freezer) make preparing the best camping meals easy. The bathroom has a compact but roomy shower.

Top Features:

  • Large Kitchen
  • Separate “Master” Bedroom
  • 3 Additional 2-Person Beds
  • Compact Bathroom w/ Shower
  • Lots of Interior & Exterior Storage

What’s Included:

  • Linens, Pillows, Blankets, Towels
  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware
  • Camping Table & Chairs
  • 5 Hours Generator Use Per Day

What’s Extra:

  • Additional Generator Use (+$10 Per Additional Hour)

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • RV just as described.
  • Clean, well-appointed RV that’s easy to drive.
  • Thorough walkthrough to ensure you know how to use.

You’ll be hard-pressed to find another 5 to 7-person RV rental in Seattle with such an ideal combination of sleeping capacity and drivability!

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Towable RVs (5-7)

These two towable RVs sleep five to seven people with ease:

1. 2014 Airstream International Serenity Trailer

Airstream International Serenity Trailer

Daily Price: $225

Sleeps: 6

Length: 30 Feet 

Minimum Rental: 5 Nights

Mileage Charges: Unlimited

This 2014 Airstream International Serenity is the perfect solution for family camping in style.

One of the best towable RV rentals in Seattle for large groups, it sleeps up to 6 people. In addition to a spacious (and separate!) rear bedroom with queen-size bed, it has a fold-down dinette table bed for two and a fold-down couch for two.

A sizable kitchen with sink, stove, microwave, and large refrigerator takes care of all your cooking needs while a small bathroom with shower helps you take care of business. Abundant storage space is another nice touch.

But it’s the luxury of this camping trailer that’s the key highlight. Airstream’s incredible attention to detail is apparent throughout. Luxurious fixtures and appliances, stylish décor, and the classic Airstream design blend between retro and futuristic are just a few highlights.

Top Features:

  • Separate Bedroom
  • Sizable Kitchen
  • Spacious Bathroom
  • Lots of Storage
  • Luxurious Design & Decor

What’s Included:

  • Linens, Pillows, Blankets, Towels
  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware

What’s Extra:

  • Generator (+$200)
  • Generator Use (4 Hours Free Per Day, +$3 Per Additional Hour)
  • Pick Up and Delivery (+$200, Within 50 Miles)

You can’t get much more luxurious or stylish than this Seattle airstream rental for your next RV road trip!

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2. 2009 Carson 24’ Enclosed “Toy Hauler” Trailer

Carson Toy Hauler Trailer

Daily Price: $100

Sleeps: 6

Length: 24 Feet

Minimum Rental: 1 Night

Mileage Charges: Unlimited

This 24-foot 2009 Carson Trailer is an affordable option for up to 5 sleepers.

The “toy hauler”-style trailer is long enough to provide plenty of sleeping, living, and storage space without seriously affecting drivability. Most novice drivers can pull this trailer with ease.

Step inside this camping trailer and you’ll see a bunkbed setup with two queen-size memory foam mattresses to the right. Two foldable couches that transform into two smaller beds are directly in front of you. A full kitchen and small bathroom round out the interior living space.

What makes this camping trailer truly unique is the rear-end storage space. Known as a “toy hauler,” this space is ideal for traveling with ATVs, dirt bikes, wave runners, or just lots and lots of camping gear.

Top Features:

  • Sleeps 6 (2 Queen-Size Memory Foam Mattresses)
  • Large Kitchen
  • Small Bathroom w/ Shower
  • Huge Enclosed Storage Space
  • Large Awning

What’s Included:

  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware

What’s Extra:

  • Linens, Pillows, Sleeping Bags, Towels (+$40 Per Day)
  • Gas Fire Pit (+$5 Per Day)
  • 3 Camp Chairs (+$5 Per Day)
  • TV w/ DVD & Antenna (+$8 Per Day)

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • Everything works perfect.
  • Trailer is clean and everything is in great working order.
  • Owner is very organized and responsive.

Such an affordable and well-maintained Seattle RV rental is hard to find!

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Sleeps 8+

Go big or go home on your Seattle RV trip with an RV that sleeps 8 or more adults.

Although some Class C models fit 8 people (especially those with slide-outs), you’ll typically want to limit your search to Class A models.

Most Class A RVs are luxurious and fully loaded with amenities. The name motorhome says it all – these huge RVs are basically a house on wheels with large kitchens, spacious bathrooms, separate bedrooms, and more.

Here are two of the best 8-person and larger Seattle RV rentals.   

1. 2012 Coachman Family Bunkhouse RV

Coachman Family Bunkhouse Motorhome RV

Daily Price: $194

Sleeps: 8+

Length: 34 Feet

Minimum Rental: 2 Nights

Mileage Charges: 125 Miles Included Per Day ($0.45 Per Additional Mile)

This 2012 Coachman Family Bunkhouse is the epitome of glamping in style.

Large and luxurious, this Seattle RV rental boasts a spacious interior design with full kitchen, large bathroom, and plenty of living space. A separate sleeping area gives parents a little privacy while built-in bunkbeds further increase sleeping capacity.

All told, this roomy motorhome sleeps 8 people total. In addition to the large bed and bunkbed, there’s also a fold-out couch and fold-down dinette table bed.

Other highlights include several slide-outs, a backup camera, TV with DVD player, air conditioner and heater, and lots of storage space. For such a large rig, this RV is easy to drive and gets roughly 7 to 8 miles per gallon of gas.

Top Features:

  • Accommodates 8+ Sleepers
  • Separate Bedroom Plus Bunkbeds
  • Large Kitchen & Bathroom
  • Easy to Drive w/ Backup Camera
  • Lots of Storage Space

What’s Included:

  • Pillows, Linens, Blankets, Towels
  • Deep Cleaning (Required, +$75 One-Time Fee)
  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware

What’s Extra:

  • Early Pick Up or Late Drop Off (+$100)
  • Delivery Within 35 Miles (+$35)
  • Empty Black and Grey Tanks (+$125)
  • Fill Propane (+$25)
  • Fill Gas (+$75)

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • Great rental.
  • Owner is super easy to work with.
  • Nice RV.

This Seattle motorhome rental feels just like home and is perfect for large groups of campers!

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2. 2018 Jayco Precept RV

Jayco Precept Motorhome RV

Daily Price: $200

Sleeps: 10

Length: 37 Feet

Minimum Rental: 3 Nights

Mileage Charges: 100 Miles Included Per Day ($0.35 Per Additional Mile)

Family camping doesn’t get much better than this 2018 Jayco Precept.

This 37-foot RV accommodates up to 10 adults, according to its owners. In addition to a separate bedroom in the rear, this drivable RV has bunkbeds, a sleeping area above the driving seats, a fold-out couch, and a fold-down dinette table bed. Multiple slide-outs increase both living and sleeping space.

But what really sets this Seattle RV rental apart is the two bathrooms! Yes, you heard that right, this RV has two full bathrooms! And with 10 sleepers, two separate bathrooms is a blessing.

Other highlights include a luxurious interior, large kitchen, and a backup camera. 5 TVs with DVD players ensures plenty of entertainment for everyone.

Top Features:

  • Sleeps 10 Adults
  • Separate “Master” Bedroom
  • 2 Full Bathrooms
  • Large Kitchen
  • 5 TVs

What’s Included:

  • Cookware, Silverware, Dishware
  • Pillows, Linens, Blankets, Towels
  • 4 Hours Generator Use Per Day

What’s Extra:

  • Over 4 Hours of Generator Use Per Day (+$3 Per Additional Hour)

What Other Renters Are Saying:

  • Amazing RV.
  • Owner is easy to communicate with.
  • Plenty of room for a family of 8.

Make the most of your RV family road trip with this luxurious 2-bathroom, 5-TV, 10-person Seattle motorhome rental!

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Things to Do Near Seattle

RV Camping Mt Rainier Washington

Now that you’ve booked your Seattle RV rental, it’s time to think about where you want to explore.

Our guide to the best camping in Washington is a good place to start. Here are a few other popular destinations for RV camping near Seattle.

Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier National Park is a popular RV camping destination near Seattle.

It’s most notable for the 14,410-foot tall peak which is prominently visible from Seattle on clear days. Other national park highlights include a variety of alpine lakes, colorful wildflower meadows, a huge abundance of wildlife, and the historic Paradise Inn.

Cougar Rock Campground is one of the best Mount Rainier RV campgrounds. It accommodates RVs up to 35 feet and trailers up to 27 feet. No hookups are offered, although there is an RV dump station.

Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park is a year-round destination for RV camping in Washington State.

It boasts three distinct ecosystems within its boundaries: glacier-capped mountains, sprawling ocean beaches, and temperate rainforest. Make sure to visit Ruby Beach, Lake Crescent, and Sol Duc Falls.

RV camping in Olympic National Park doesn’t get better than Kalaloch Campground. With campsites just 40 feet from the beach, it’s among the most scenic around. Most sites accommodate RVs up to 21 feet. A few accommodate RVs up to 35 feet. No hookups are available, but an RV dump station is provided.

North Cascades National Park

Just two hours north of Seattle, RV campers flock to North Cascades National Park each summer.

Arguably the most remote and pristine of Washington State’s three national parks, North Cascades is a stunning mixture of granite mountains, glacier-capped peaks, turquoise lakes, roaring rivers, and an abundance of wildlife. The scenic North Cascades Highway (or, better yet, the Cascade Loop) are favorite Seattle RV road trip destinations for the whole family.

Newhalem Creek Campground is the best campground for RVs within the park. It can accommodate large RVs. It has no hookups but does have an RV dump station. Nearby Alpine RV Park and Concrete/Grand Creek KOA are two RV camping options with full hookups.

Mount Saint Helens

Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument is another convenient RV camping destination when renting an RV in Seattle.

Most notable for its eruption in 1980, the most destructive in U.S. history, the mountain is popular with nature lovers and history buffs alike. The Ape Caves (actually a spacious lava tube) are a popular all-ages destination for hiking and exploring.

Several RV parks are located near Mount Saint Helens, including the Longview North/Mount St. Helens KOA and the Mt. Saint Helens RV Resort. Both accommodate large RVs. Both provide full hookups and RV dump stations.

Mount Baker 

Located an hour east of coastal Bellingham, Mount Baker and the surrounding Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest are a haven for camping and outdoor recreation.

Best known for the Mt. Baker Ski Area in the winter, the area boasts dozens upon dozens of gorgeous Mount Baker hikes in the spring, summer, and fall. First-time visitors will love scenic Artist Point near the end of Mount Baker Highway.

Swift Creek Campground near Baker Lake has RV campsites while Silver Fir Campground to the north along Mount Baker Highway also accommodates RV campers. Neither has RV hookups or dump stations.

Additional Seattle RV Rental Tips

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Remember to make your booking well in advance as RV rentals in Seattle go quickly. It’s especially important to make advance reservations in the summer.

You can sometimes find RV rentals for reduced rates during the off-season. Although the mountains are typically inaccessible, Olympic National Park is a beautiful destination for those interested in winter camping.

Another way to save money on your Seattle RV rental is to book for a week or a month upfront. A slight discount is often offered for long-term rentals.

Outdoorsy Roadside Assistance and RVshare Roadside Assistance, both included with all rentals, provide 24/7 emergency roadside assistance if you break down or have other technical trouble on your RV road trip.

Please let us know if you have any questions about renting an RV in Seattle! 

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