A Late Summer Trip to Some Washington RV Destinations

Washington RV destinationsSummer is winding down. For your kids, this is often a moment of anxiety as they brace for the horrors of returning to the classroom. To ease the anxiety, make the most of the final summer weeks with a trip to some Washington RV destinations. Don’t have an RV? Rent one at Buttera Motors. Washington has no shortage of family-friendly outdoor recreation locations.

3 Washington RV Destinations

Adams Fork Campground

This site is nestled right along the edges of the Cispus River. The area is an excellent base for exploring Mount St. Helens or the area’s many multi-use trails. If you prefer to stick close to the campsite, you can also pack a fishing pole and some tackle & bait to fish along the river.

Beaver Creek Campground

This is the go-to spot for steelhead trout and Chinook salmon fishing. The site also has a playground for the little ones. The surrounding forest provides a safe roaming area for the children to discover some of the native plants and wildlife. For hikers, be sure to explore the Big Four Ice Caves Trail. The trail ends with a magnificent view of the Big Four Mountains.

Charbonneau Park

Reserve America listed Charbonneau Park as one of America’s Top 100 Family Campgrounds. The park provides ample opportunities for anglers, kayakers, hikers, and bikers. The main campground is located along the banks of Lake Sacajawea. The park itself was named after the husband of Sacajawea, who served as an interpreter during the famous Lewis & Clark Expedition.

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Edited by Justin Vorhees

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