Drive the RV through Bellingham's towering forests and down the seashore for unforgettable camping.
Known as the "Outdoorsman's Paradise," Bellingham offers a stunning mix of forests, seashore, and mountains. Walk through Stimpson Family Nature Preserve to see 400-year-old Douglas firs, or take the campervan for a cruise along Chuckanut Drive for coastal views of Larrabee State Park. Head to Mt. Baker to enjoy a summer hike or skiing and snowboarding in winter. Just south of the Canadian border and an easy drive up from Seattle, Bellingham delivers quiet campsites that are easy to enjoy year-round. June and July are especially popular for RV camping, as snow can linger on the mountain roads into early summer. It's advised to check road routes when planning an RV trip to Washington to ensure the journey will be smooth. Full-hookup campsites are common in the area, with plenty of options for pet-friendly RV camping. Book early to score a site with a firepit and enjoy the stunning night skies around Bellingham.