Head southern route and come in from Oregon- I-84--The Columbia River Gorge area is incredible! Make Hood River your target. There are RV parks and gorgeous campgrounds. Wineries abound, The gorgeous Mt. Hood up I-35. Restaurants and small town living. Fly Fishing abound at the Deschutes River. White Water Rafting on the White Salmon river or the Klickitat river- all the same rivers that drop down into the Columbia River. All within an hour drive from basing in Hood River area. You can spend days and days in this area.
April 11-16 Hood River County ¬Ľ Hood River Valley Blossom Time
Drive North from the 84 to I-5 through Portland to Washington and The Olympic Peninsula (about 5 hours).
Washington-Olympic Forest as mentioned. Lake Quinault Lodge- historic site. Has an ok RV Campground down the road a bit It is on the Lake and it is a gorgeous place. One restaurant only or it is the Lodge. It is on your way to Klaloch. Don't bother with Forks.
Yes Hoh Rainforest is nice but the road is under construction so you may not get through.
Many other options there.
Check it first. If you go all the way to the Olympic coast make it to Hurricane Ridge and hike the stunning views.
Loop out of the Olympic Peninsula. You have a northern route or southern choice. You have to take a ferry back if you go north.
Or drive south and no ferry or go in the middle towards Bremerton, Poulsbo (Cute town great food, breweries and wine).
Heading north you can go to Port Angeles. Historic and pretty view of Canada. You can hop a ferry and head into Canada. If you are taking that northern route you can stop in Sequim and Fort Warden, Port Townsend. Then you are going to the Edmonds Ferry and crossing back into Seattle. From there you can head north to the TULIPS! It is CHAOTIC. So park the trailer far away and get up EARLY! You will be in back up traffic. It's gorgeous. Blooms- have to time it just right!
Or you head south towards Bremerton/Seabeck. Aircraft carriers and Naval base.
Right near there is
Port Orchard- Manchester St. Park is on your way back from the Olympics Loop. Cute town and on your way to another Ferry option to go back to the Seattle side.
Don't bother with Aberdeen or Hoquiam.
Ocean Shores has alot of options.
I wouldn't do -I-90 because it just isn't that pretty once you hit Spokane and drive towards Seattle. You can head south from there to find the I-84 route.
The roads are nice for now and we are having stellar weather.
There are so many great places.
If you are still here Fathers Day weekend hit up the Vintage trailer rally in Roslyn, WA.
Be safe and enjoy