Visit the Northwest with an Escape Camper Van Rental in Seattle
If you are looking for camper van rentals in the Pacific Northwest, then our Seattle rental location should be your first stop. The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has several inbound flight options making it a great starting point for international and domestic travelers alike!
About our Seattle rental location
Starting a camper van road trip in Seattle also comes with the added benefit of being able to drop off your camper van rental at one of our other rental sites. This provides for an epic one-way trip along the Pacific Northwest without the hassle of having to return the camper van to Seattle.
Note: We only offer one-way travel within the US. This means if you rent a camper van in Seattle, you can drop off at any of our US rental locations. However, you can pick up in the US, drive into Canada, and drop back off at our US rental sites.
To get to our location from the Airport, we strongly suggest using Lyft or Uber.
22441 Pacific Hwy S
Des Moines, WA 98198
Our Seattle camper van location is the starting point for some great Pacific Northwest sights:
Seattle rental location features
- Close to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free coffee and tea
- Supermarket & restaurants within a 5-minute drive
- Open 7 days a week
- Clean restroom
Camper van road trip ideas from Seattle
After you pick up your van, we recommend checking out the city of Seattle to load up on supplies and see the sights the city has to offer. Take a quick ferry ride on Puget Sound while you take in the sights of the cascades and Mount Rainier. Or head to the famous Pike’s Place market, to see a fish toss. Be sure and stop at the famous Pike’s Place chowder just off the main street and enjoy any of their world-famous chowders. If you’re traveling with kids, the Seattle Aquarium is a family-friendly attraction to seek out as well.
From downtown Seattle, you are just a few hours from Mount Rainier, Olympic, and North Cascades National Parks. Or head north and visit Vancouver and explore Canada’s iconic Canadian Rockies and breathtaking National Parks. Also, since Portland, Oregon, is just three hours away, take a stop there and learn why everyone raves about the delicious food, and then head along the Oregon coast or inland to discover the famous waterfall hikes.