If life is a highway, your RV, converted van or vintage bus has the miles to prove it. Whether you’re living the digital nomad dream or looking for a sweet place to park your ride over spring break, these RV parks in Washington will fit your free-wheeling lifestyle. Wonder where the road will take you next? Try one of these spots that have families in mind.
Pacific Beach State Park – Pacific Beach
If crashing waves lulling you to sleep sounds like the ideal bedtime soundtrack for your little beach bums, it doesn’t get better than Pacific Beach. Alongside 41 RV sites, you’ll find an expansive sandy stretch as far as the eye can see. Your Littles will spend hours here flying kites, digging holes, skim boarding in the shallows and splashing in the waves. Dig up clams for your site-side dinner (in season of course), and plan a bonfire on the beach for s’mores when you’re done. Ocean side rules!
49 Second St.
Pacific Beach, WA
Oostema Farmstead – Lynden
Add a farm stay to your RV camping experience when you book one of six spots at this working farm up north. With individual fire pits, animals ready to greet your kids and fresh raspberry picking in the summertime, the property-wide activities will keep your kiddos busy. Or venture out in Whatcom County where you'll find spots for hiking, biking, fishing and more! The best part? Fido is welcome on this farm.
Good to know: Don’t have an RV? You can tent camp or rent the Tiny Farmhouse or Farm Apartment here instead.
8402 Northwood Rd.
Rain Forest Resort Village – Quinault
Explore the shores of Lake Quinault and the world’s largest Sitka Spruce when you snag a campground site at the Rain Forest Village Resort. Lake play is what summers at the shore are all about. But families can also find easy rainforest hikes on or near the property as well. Plus, with Kalaloch and Ruby Beach just a short drive away, and spectacular waterfalls tucked into the forests around the resort, it’s easy to spend a few days here.
516 S. Shore Rd.
Twenty-Five Mile Creek State Park – Chelan
With just 11 RV spots, this campsite on the shores of Lake Chelan is super popular. In addition to Lake Chelan’s bounty of spring and summer activities, families can fish and swim at Twenty-Five Mile Creek. It’s also a great launching spot for mountain bikes and scenic hikes, so load up your rack and bring your hiking poles. This is a great stay and play spot!
20520 S. Lakeshore Rd.
Cascade Peaks Campground – Randle
Find a peaceful wooded site at this family-owned campground that boasts 500 campsites on 80 acres. It’s situated along the Cowlitz River and is an easy drive from Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens. Kids can stay busy on the playground and ziplines, and they may even beat you at a round of horseshoes. You’ll also find outdoor pools here, plus planned activities throughout the summer that makes this a no-brainer for families with Littles in tow.
11519 U.S. Hwy. 12
Deception Pass State Park – Oak Harbor
Get to know one of Washington state’s most visited places when you reserve a campsite at Deception Pass. With sweeping views, scenic hikes and plenty of shoreline (both fresh and saltwater) to explore, families can reconnect with nature at this local favorite. Avoid the crowds when you stay at Bowman Bay, and add in exciting perks like a tree canopy climb with AdventureTerra or a bioluminescent kayak tour from Anacortes Kayak Tours. You don’t have to go far to find these adventures!
41299 State Route 20
Oak Harbor, WA
Pearrygin Lake State Park – Winthrop
A great place to stay and play no matter what the season, families will find lots of activities here come spring and summer. Kids can splash safely in the shallows of the lake, before taking a family afternoon hike along the Rex Derr trail on a sunny afternoon. Fishing poles and bikes are the perfect accessories to bring when you stay. And if you’re feeling extra inspired, drive into nearby Winthrop to get your Western fix. Yee-haw!
561 Bear Creek Rd.
Salt Creek Recreation Area – Port Angeles
Mix history with marine biology at this campsite overlooking the Straight of Juan de Fuca. Families can explore rocky shores in search of sea life during low tide, or bring kayaks to paddle around the area in search of seals and orcas. Then it’s time to check out the old WWII concrete bunkers you’ll find at Camp Hayden. Add in a playground, basketball court, horseshoe pits and more and the kids will be completely worn out playing at this 196-acre park by the time the sun sets.
3506 Camp Hayden Rd.
Port Angeles, WA
Skokomish Park Lake Cushman – Hoodsport
Surrounded by mountains, bordering Olympic National Park, you'll find Lake Cushman and this 600-acre campground. Park your rig on one of two loops to enjoy the inlet and abundant water activities. If you're trailering jet skis or have your kayaks with you, put in at the campground's beach. Or hike the nearby Staircase Rapids before returning to your campsite to make dinner under the stars. If quiet and serene is what you're after, you've found the spot.
7211 N. Lake Cushman Rd.
Good to know: Remember your Discover Pass when you camp at any of the State Parks on our list.