Exploring the Pacific Northwest by RV
Helpful Tips on Traveling the Pacific Coast from California's Redwoods Through Washington's Olympic Peninsula
Article Date: August, 2008
The Pacific Northwest has much to offer to anyone traveling by RV. We've traveled this area numerous times with our motorhomes
and it has always been one of our most popular trips. Coming from Wisconsin we've traveled this route in multiple directions. Sometimes we will come
over the North Cascades and arrive at Anacortes, Washington and begin out trip south. Other times we may come up from the California coast and begin
our northbound trip at Brookings, Oregon. Either direction is fantastic so just choose which direction works out best for you. Like any trip, the
hardest part is making it all fit because there's never enough time to do it all. Other RVers ask me numerous questions regarding this area so I've
put together this overview of what we've found during our travels. Hopefully it will help others in planning their trips in this area. I've put this
travel guide together as if traveling from the southern end up through the northern end. You can easily reverse this route if that better suits your
needs. It's designed from an RVer's point of view so there will be links to RV parks as well as other areas of interest that we have found. I've
segmented it into chapters so that you can go directly to a specific area to review that information. I've also included a couple of popular side
trips that really are not on the coastline but are popular spots, nonetheless.
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