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Lacey, Washington, is an ideal place to begin your RV rental experience in the Pacific-Northwest. When you book an RV in Lacey, you’re free to enjoy all of the area’s breathtaking attractions as well as nearby lakes, parkland, and the Pacific Ocean. The state capital Olympia, is less than a 10-minute drive away, while the state’s largest city, Seattle can be reached in around an hour with your Lacey motorhome rental. Thanks to its convenient proximity to I-5, wherever you're planning on visiting with your camper motorhome rental from Lacey, you'll be off to an excellent start.

Lacey is within a two-hour drive of an exciting variety of parks. In fact, the city itself boasts over 1,100 acres of in-city parkland as well as five freshwater lakes. Lacey’s legacy as a resort town is still in evidence today and you will find plenty to see and do when picking up or dropping off your rental RV. On the scenic Puget Sound at the foot of the Cascade Mountains, Lacey even has a 3,700-acre wildlife refuge bordering its eastern boundary, the Nisqually National Wildlife Reserve.

The city was settled during the 1850s and you can still discover remnants of its historic roots today. Aside from admiring the historic buildings on a historic walking tour of Lacey, you can also enjoy a range of cultural and arts activities that take place all year round. Summer is a particularly sociable time of year with concerts and movies held in city parks, as well as art exhibits and classes. Whenever you choose to pick up your Lacey motorhome rental, you can be certain that you’ve made an excellent choice for an unforgettable vacation.

The Great Outdoors

When you reserve a Lacey RV rental, you’ll be within easy driving distance of multiple state and national parks. The whole surrounding area is home to a fantastic selection of natural wonders, rugged landscapes, and famous landmarks. Mount Rainier itself is visible from the city and you can reach the famous Mount Rainier National Park in less than a 90-minute drive in your Lacey luxury RV rental. Mount Rainier is a glaciated active volcano, spawning five major rivers with a summit over 14,400 feet above sea level. Thousands of climbers per year make the grueling summit climb, which includes an eight-mile section with a vertical elevation over 9,000 feet. If this doesn’t sound like your idea of a relaxing vacation, no worries, there are plenty of other activities and sights to see in this magnificent park. Hiking is extremely popular with over 260 miles of maintained trails alone. Discover forests, lakes, and meadows with a wide range of trails that are suited to all levels and abilities. Go boating on Mowich Lake, the park's largest and deepest lake, or cycle the park's scenic roads. For breathtaking views of Mount Rainier, drive up to the Sunrise Area, the highest part of the park that is accessible to vehicles, at an altitude of 6,400 feet. Sunrise is also home to an excellent trail system and one of the park's many visitor centers.

Just under an hour's drive in your Lacey camper rental brings you to Tiger Mountain State Forest, one of the area's most popular forests. The forest borders the city of Issaquah, near I-90. Its 13,700 acres incorporate the West Tiger Mountain Natural Resources Conservation Area, where you can visit old-growth forest, talus caves, and see uniquely shaped terrain from the glaciers that once dominated the area. In the Issaquah area alone, there are over 150 miles of hiking trails, as well as plenty of biking trails. The forest habitat is important to the conservation of many local animals such as elk, cougars, and the pygmy owl. Visit the High Point Trailhead for an easily accessible interpretive short loop trail, or go all out for the summit of Tiger Peak One that stands at almost 3,000 feet.

You'll find Olallie State Park, also known as Twin Falls State Park less than an hour and a half away in your Lacey RV rental. This forested, day-use park is famous for its waterfalls and the Twin Falls Trail is one of the Seattle area's most popular hikes. The 2.5-mile round trip takes you through some of the park's most stunning scenery right up to the waterfalls. This approximately 2,300-acre park is a great place to relax with its six miles of moderate grade hiking trails. You can also try out some of the area's most accessible rock climbing at Deception Crags. Fishing and whitewater rafting are popular activities on the park's Snoqualmie River. Those thinking about trying a longer hike can access the Iron Horse State Park Trail from the park itself. There are plenty of other parks all well worth a visit in the surrounding area, so hit the road in your Lacey motorhome rental and get exploring.

RV Parks

Thanks to the area's popularity, there are plenty of options when it comes down to selecting somewhere to park up your travel trailer rental near Lacey. If you're looking to spend a night or two in the vicinity, then you could check out the American Heritage Campground, situated a little over seven miles away near to neighboring Olympia. This campground is open year-round to RVers looking for a tranquil place to stay. Full hookups are available and there is also a laundry room and camp store. The campground is mainly forested with some grassy areas and paved bicycle tracks. Restrooms, showers, and a summertime heated pool are also available.

You could also consider somewhere like Columbus Park to park your Lacey camper rental. Situated on the Black Lake, around 10 miles away from Lacey, this campground offers fishing, outdoor rental kitchens, and roped-off swimming areas. Just outside of Olympia, this RV park is within a short distance of grocery stores, restaurants, and the local mall. There are full and partial service sites available. With such a large number of RV parks in the surrounding area, you'll have plenty to choose from.

Exploring the City

When you're picking up or dropping off your Lacey motorhome rental, be sure to take some time out to explore the city. Stop by the historic quarter and visit the Lacey Museum, housed in the 1928 Russell House. Over the years, the building has served various purposes, from a fire station to the first Lacey City Hall. Nowadays, it provides interesting exhibits of Lacey's historical past. You can learn about the city's roots from the Oregon Trail settlers and find out what life was like in the Puget Sound area during those early days. The museum also houses artifacts donated by the local native tribe, alongside unique homesteading, railroad, and automobile exhibits. Private guided tours are held year-round and it's a great way to find out about the local area from passionate Lacey inhabitants.

The great outdoors is central to the Lacey way of life. Enjoy the views of Mount Rainier from the city's many parks. With over 1,100 acres of city parkland, you can really get your vacation off to a relaxing start. The city organizes over 22 annual events and festivals, so check out what's going on when you're visiting. Aside from hiking, wildlife watching at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge that borders the city, or enjoying a summer movie or concert outdoors, you could also try out one of the city's golf courses.

In addition to all of the city's excellent parks and outdoor activities, you'll also find that Lacey is home to a number of small, locally-owned breweries, wineries, and distilleries. Instead of just stocking up at a large store, take the time to visit some of these local producers around the city. They are all experts in their trades and its a great way to support small producers and local businesses, as well as trying out some unique products. Lacey also has several local restaurants where you can enjoy home-cooked food and a variety of different cuisines. So be sure to stop by before hitting the road in your Lacey RV rental.

RV Rentals in Lacey, WA

Lacey, WA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Lacey. Outdoorsy's Lacey RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Lacey are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Mount Pilchuck State Park, Wallace Falls State Park Management Area, and Mt St Helens National Volcanic Monument.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Twin Falls Trail North Bend Washington
Lake 22 Trail Granite Falls Washington
Wallace Falls Trail Gold Bar Washington
Little Si Trail North Bend Washington
Snow Lake Trail Snoqualmie Pass Washington
Rattlesnake Ledge Trail North Bend Washington
Mount Si Trail North Bend Washington
Lake Serene Trail Gold Bar Washington
Mount Pilchuck Trail Granite Falls Washington
Poo Poo Point Trail Issaquah Washington

Nearby Campgrounds

Trailer Inns RV Park of Seattle/Bellevue

campground Kent, WA
Although Kent in Washington is not big on RV camping, it does have some spots for those who need to stay a night or two. The Trailer Inns RV Park of Seattle/Bellevue is the perfect option for those who wish to be close to all the attractions Seattle has to offer. Although the parking spaces are quite small and narrow, they can accommodate rigs of up to 60 ft. These sites have full hookups and for those who still require a bit of entertainment after experiencing the delights of Seattle, will find the 30-channel free cable TV to fill the spot. The park also offers phone hookups and basic WiFi. Guests also have access to a clubhouse and game room, indoor heated swimming pool, sauna and indoor hot tubs. The park also houses laundry facilities and sells propane gas for those who need it. The park also happens to be one of the only local parks that are pet-friendly.

White River Amphitheatre

attraction Auburn, WA
You do not need to travel to the big city and fight traffic in order to find great entertainment when you visit the White River Amphitheatre. The theatre is located in the rural area of Auburn, Washington and hosts some big name events without all of the chaos that traveling to Seattle or Tacoma can cause. You will get to take in an outstanding show and have a great time every step of the way. The White River Amphitheatre hosts comedy shows, live concerts, festivals, and more. There is always something going on, so check out the events that will be happening while you are in town. The White River Amphitheatre has something to suit everyone's tastes and provides a great way to be social and meet new people. The theatre is clean and modern and has an abundance of comfortable seating. You can sip on a cold beverage or eat a delicious meal while you are there.

Fort Nisqually Living History Museum

attraction Tacoma, WA
A museum is history, and the Fort Nisqually Living History Museum is a compelling combination of heritage life, historic record, and living history. Visitors can engage in historic dialogue with a variety of interpretive staff and volunteers in period clothing and an historic environment, with actors that are recreating life at a 19th century fur-trade post in the Pacific Northwest. This was the first European settlement in the region now known as Puget Sound, and was owned and operated by the Hudson?s Bay Company. The site is part of the larger regional park that encompasses most of scenic Point Defiance, and consists of many reconstructed buildings that were built from original foundations and plans. Visit at any time of year to see authentic, historic craftsmanship, skills demonstrations, and other interactive activities. The fort also hosts several special events that are relevant to the period and fun for everyone, like Queen Victoria?s Birthday and a 19th Century Christmas.

Olympia Campground

campground Olympia, WA
You can camp next to Douglas firs which seem to touch the sky and offer much privacy. Amenities include a store, laundry room, TV room with Wi Fi hotspots, outdoor heated pool, and a small playground. Stay in the trees with your RV.

Shadygreen Campground

campground Auburn, WA
Washington is known as the Evergreen State and has an abundance of trees that stay lush and green all year long. If you are looking for a wilderness camping experience that is close to the city, reserve an RV lot at Shadygreen Campground in Auburn, Washington. This campground is located near the city and provides quick access to the attractions and Mount Rainier. Shadygreen Campground is open all year long and provides guests with a relaxing camping experience. They offer electricity and water hookups as well as well kept RV lots. The campground is located next to the Stuck River, so you can play in the water and explore the natural environment around you. There are picnic shelters on site and clean restrooms. Bask in the glory of the temperate climate of the Puget Sound and surround yourself with greenery and natural beauty. You will get to take in the fresh air and find out why residents love this place so much.

Manchester State Park

campground Port Orchard, WA
In this 111-acre camping park, you'll have a secluded, wooded area to park your RV, where you can enjoy the sights and sounds of Fir and Maple woods as you sit by your campfire. There?s a 1/4 mile hike to the 3,400 foot shoreline of Rich Passage in Puget Sound, where you can swim, kayak or boat. You can explore the historical sites nearby, check out the Bremerton Navy exhibits, and you will be close enough to town. A great RV rental destination.

Discovery Park

attraction Seattle, WA
Seattle is home to more than 400 city parks, which encompass 10.2 percent of its land area. There are many to choose from, yet the most popular is perhaps Discovery Park which has 534 acres located on the shores of Puget Sound, it contains 11.81 miles of walking trails, and it is city?s largest public park. Bears and cougars have been sighted in this rugged terrain and on clear days you will be fortunate enough to have stunning views of Mt Rainier, a 14,411-foot glacier-encrusted volcano. This park offers urban dwellers a rich natural area to escape the city, but it is actually within city limits.

The Space Needle

attraction Seattle, WA
Known as the icon of the Pacific Northwest, it was once the tallest structure west of the Mississippi, with a height of 605 feet. You can enjoy 360 degree views of the city, and of the Cascade Mountains and Mount Rainier, as you dine at the Sky City restaurant. Your trip to Seattle wouldn?t be complete without visiting the top of the needle.

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