Everett, WA offers campers a unique location as it is close to the Canadian border and next to the west coast waters. We offer you the best way to book an RV rental in Everett WA, as you can compare on our platform RVs from different suppliers and individuals without having to surf big amounts of the net.
The city is unique as it was surrendered to the United States in the late 19th century in the a treaty of Point Elliott. The city is a at a great location for RVers, 25 miles north of Seattle and has a population of 103,000. It also is home to the world’s largest building, the Boeing Assembly plant of Everett WA.
It might not be the most sunny of places, but RV rentals in Everett are located in a location that is suited for people heading north to Canada and Alaska and people heading south for a west coast trip.
Everett is also home to the world’s largest public marina. You can also visit the city’s many parks with your RV rental in Everett WA. Forrest Park, and Walter E. Hall park are a great way to get some air and stretch your legs after long motorhome trips. There is also a Japanese garden, designed by Everett’s sister city Iwakuni. There you’ll find plants and shrubbery that you wouldn’t stumble on otherwise with your campervan. For nature goers, a point of interest also might be Jetty Island. It is a 2 mile stretch and a wildlife preservation effort without plumbing and electricity. You won’t be able to drive your RV rental through Everett's water however but there are fairies to take you there in the summer. Shortly after you can check out the Evergreen Arboretum and garden that stretches over 2.4 acres.
If you’re a sports fan be sure to go check out the Xfinity Arena where they host multiple events year long.
There are three RV parks that we recommend, all of them with solid reviews and some more quiet than others.
Campanda is the world's leading marketplace to list and rent RVs. With a fleet of over 25,000 RVs spread in more than 40 countries, we give campers a chance to rent a rig all around the world. Our vetting process assures that whether you book an RV rental in Everett or an RV rental somewhere else, you always get a quality product. With our reviewing system, suppliers who aren’t giving campers the service they deserve get flagged enhancing the experience of campers as time goes on. For us Everett is not just a chance to rent a motorhome. It is a chance to demonstrate that quality RV rentals in Washington should be the norm and not the example.
The Campanda platform is very easy to use. You first filter your options based on which city you want to go RVing in. Then you can narrow your selection further by applying a RV type filter or a number of travelers filter. When you can’t quite find what you’re looking for you have three option.
First you can include a message in an inquiry to the supplier to ask if a particular RV rental in Everett comes with a specific trait like for example, you can ask him if he has any trailers with 100 gallon water tank. Second, you can contact our support team and ask them directly what type of motorhome you need and they will get on their bikes and find the vehicle you desire. Third, if you are looking to get a specific question answered you can just refer to our FAQ, there you will find questions and answers to typical questions about the RV rental service.
There are many RVs to choose from, so it’s important to know the differences between all of them from a practical standpoint but also from a technical one. The C Class RV is the most typical and most popular RV. Mechanically it resemble a big pick up truck and drives like a fully loaded one. It also provides enough space for around 5 people. So count this rig out if you are more than 5 as you will feel cramped the whole way and you will step on each other’s toes all the time. A B or A Class RV would be a better option not just for the space it offers, these RVs are designed to give large families enough compartments so that everyone feels they have their own corner and freedom within the vehicle. Be warned however that some states require you to have a CDL license to operate them. Lastly, trailers are always a good option for people who have trucks or V8s. They offer a lot of space for the campers, never have mileage restrictions, and can be hooked up to the your car in a way that charges them as you drive, just like a C or B class RV.
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