Your Spokane Campervan Rental Kicks Off With Escape
When you want a Spokane campervan rental, try Escape Campervans. Our Seattle campervan rental location is close by and just the way to start your next road trip. By picking up your camper van in Seattle, you’re ready to go to the Woodland Park Zoo, Hiram Chittenden Locks, or Mt. Ranier National Park. Or buckle up for a cross-country trek in your fully outfitted campervan.
Why Choose A Campervan Rental For An Unforgettable Trip?
Your Spokane camper van rental comes with a new level of spontaneity. Camp at a campsite without worrying about what it’s like outside. Then, you can head to parts unknown on your own time frame. With an Escape Campervan, you’re wandering as you feel in the moment, knowing that each campervan road trip is unique.
Of course, you’ll need a fantastic campervan for an epic campervan vacation! All our vehicles are fun to drive and come with a queen-sized bed, a propane kitchen, and an iconic look. Unlike a cumbersome RV, campervans handle like a car would and can be small enough for most tent camping sites. You can even try and disperse camp with your Escape campervan — just take extra care to adhere to the Leave No Trace philosophy.
What Spokane Campervan Rental Will You Need?
You have many models when picking your Spokane campervan rental. Most choices come down to campervan size, storage, and itinerary.
The Mavericks campervan is our most asked about van. With the Mavericks, there’s a soft queen-size bed, a foldaway in-van table and seats, a 2-burner Coleman propane stove, a mini-fridge, and a sink. It’s an easy pick for a weekend trip to the Woodland Park Zoo. The Mavericks also works well for a family campout at Mt. Rainier National Park. Tack on a rooftop sleeper, and an entire family of five all have a place to sleep.
The Big Sur campervan is a bit bigger than our other models and offers you more legroom for your friends and family. You still get a full kitchen in the back, but you won’t have to fold down the back seats in order to use the campervan’s bed. The Big Sur is perfect if you want some more storage space or a comfy ride for longer excursions out of state.
Need a deluxe bedding set, picnic table, or canopy for your Spokane campervan rental? Browse all the extras that you can rent for your drive. And with each rental, you’ll get friendly customer service and around-the-clock roadside assistance as complimentary services!
Ascending to 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier stands as an icon in the Washington landscape. An active volcano, Mount Rainier is the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S.A., spawning five major rivers. Subalpine wildflower meadows ring the icy volcano while ancient forest cloaks Mount Rainier’s lower slopes. Wildlife abounds in the park’s ecosystems. A lifetime of discovery awaits.
Mount Rainier National Park is open all year. Visitation peaks in July and August with warmer weather and blooming wildflowers. In spring and autumn, weather determines the availability of facilities and roads. During winter months a number of roads, facilities, and entrances close for the season.
Located in the southwest corner of the park via SR 706, the Nisqually Entrance provides year-round access to the park. NOTE: To reach the Nisqually entrance using GPS use the address 39000 State Route 706 E, Ashford, WA 98304. Fee station. If entering the park outside of daylight hours, purchase an online pass at Recreation.gov in advance, or at the next available staffed entrance.
Carbon River Entrance in the northwest corner of the park is open year-round via SR165 through Wilkeson. Vehicle access is permitted only to the park entrance. Beyond that point the Carbon River Road is open to pedestrians and bicyclists. Pay entrance fees at Carbon River Ranger Station a few miles before park boundary, or use payment envelopes after hours. Hours vary, call 360-829-9639.
Sunrise, White River, and southbound SR 123 are accessed via SR 410 from Enumclaw through the White River Entrance, open from late June to mid October. Fee station located on turn-off from SR 410 on the road to Sunrise. Hours may vary. Fee envelopes available for after hours.
In summer, travelers coming from east of the Cascades can enter the park using Chinook Pass (SR410), passing under the Chinook Entrance Arch walking bridge. Entrance open June to mid-November, 24 hours a day. No fee station; purchase pass at the next available staffed entrance.
Branching off of SR123 just north of Ohanapecosh, Stevens Canyon Entrance provides access to Stevens Canyon Road, Paradise, and the west side of the park. Open late May to mid September. Fee station with fee envelopes available after hours.
Located along SR 123 via Hwy 12 from Yakima or Packwood, this park entrance is open 24 hours a day from late May to early November. This is the closest entrance to the Ohanapecosh area. No fee station; purchase pass at the next available staffed entrance.
In summer, travelers coming from the north can enter the park using SR410, which connects to SR123 and turns east at Cayuse Pass. Entrance open late May to early November, 24 hours a day. No fee station; purchase pass at the next available staffed entrance.
Mount Rainier National Park
SR 410/North Entrance
Directions For Your Spokane Campervan Rental In Seattle
You start your road trip in Seattle. Find the Escape Campervan depot on Pacific Highway S, by the Seattle Tacoma International Airport. The fastest route to get to the depot from Spokane is on Highway 90 and offramp at the Pacific Highway S. ramp.
You’ll find us at 22834 Pacific Hwy S., and you can store your car at Kent-Des Moines Park & Ride. Some of our renters book a rideshare option, like Lyft or Uber, to get to the depot.
Where To Travel To After You Pick Up Your Spokane Campervan Rental
Once you pick up your camper van in Seattle, it’s off to the Woodland Park Zoo by using Highway 509. Or head on over to Hiram Chittenden Locks that’s only 2 miles away. Of course, you have a campervan, so it’s perfectly feasible to see both on the same trip! Visit our blog for itineraries to see other venues that are worth seeing around Seattle and Spokane.
Some people want the challenge of taking their Escape campervan on a cross-country road trip. It’s relatively easy to do this when you use the Highway 90 route. Then drop off your campervan at any Escape destination and get a flight back home.
Claim Your Escape Campervan To Start Your Road Trip
To begin your campervan journey, rent a campervan. Or call us at 1-877-270-8267 to personally talk with our reservations team. We’ll happily answer all your questions and set up your campervan. Then tick off the days until you’re able to explore Washington in your Escape Campervan!