Best RV Parks in the Northwest

Jim and Mary’s RV Resort – Missoula, MT

Conveniently located off of I-90 and close to Missoula’s charming downtown, Jim and Mary’s RV Resort has built a name for itself for providing professional, well-managed services and a beautifully landscaped environment. Park reviews boast ornately landscaped flower gardens, ample space for big rigs, and reliable hook-ups. This is a great place to stop on your way to Glacier or if you’re traveling through the state on I-90.

Spring Creek Campground and Trout Ranch – Big Timber, MT

If you’re looking to explore the true beauty of Montana, Spring Creek Campground is the perfect choice. Locating north of Yellowstone, Spring Creek Campground offers all the standard RV park amenities, like WI-FI and 50-amp service, despite its rustic nature. What’s more, Spring Creek offers an impressive trout ranch, making it possible to catch your own dinner for $.50 an inch. Or visit the nearby Hunter’s Hot Springs to learn more about Montana’s frontier history

Polson Motorcoach and RV Resort – Polson, MT

Unlike most RV parks, even the ones on this list, Polson Motorcoach and RV Resort is truly luxurious. This Class A motorcoach resort is located just south of Glacier National Park, and overlooks the stunning Flathead Lake and Mission Mountain Range. While most of lots are now privately owned, many can still be rented out to travelers passing through. And most sites even offer full outdoor kitchen areas, complete with granite countertops, cushy outdoor seating, and large fire pits for entertaining. If you’re looking for a truly luxurious RV experience, this resort should be at the top of your list.

Ambassador RV Park – Caldwell, ID

Located close to Boise as well as several nearby wineries, Ambassador RV Park offers all the usual amenities of other top-of-the-line parks, as well as a remarkably relaxing and family-friendly atmosphere.   Close to travel plazas and major shopping centers, Ambassador RV Park is especially convenient for those traveling along I-84.

Blackwell Island RV Park – Coeur d’Alene, ID

If you’re spending time on Lake Coeur d’Alene or the Spokane River, Blackwell Island RV Park is a great option, especially for those traveling in larger vehicles. While Blackwell Island boast less luxury than some other options on this list, it’s convenient location, close to the Coeur d’Alene, Spokane, and Post Falls areas, as well as its spacious lot sizes and friendliness towards big rigs make it worth noting. The park’s proximity to Lake Coeur d’Alene make it an especially perfect option for travelers interested in watersports.

Alderwood RV Resort – Spokane, WA

Similar to Blackwell Island, Alderwood RV Resort is mainly on this list due more to pragmatics than luxury. Thanks to its proximity to I-90 and well-landscaped environment, Alderwood RV Resort is a great option for those traveling through the Spokane area, but its smaller lots can make it difficult for big rigs to find proper spacing. If you can find spacing, you’ll enjoy a beautifully landscaped park, full of trees and areas to walk your dog.

Columbia Sun RV Park – Kennewick, WA

Only one mile off I-82, you’ll find the Columbia Sun RV Park, a beautiful park despite its modest surroundings. Located conveniently close to major shopping centers like Walmart and Costco, the Columbia Sun RV Park is also nearby some of Washington’s best wine-tasting. As a relatively new park, the Columbia Sun offers updated amenities and luxurious services like work-out facilities and kid-friendly play-grounds.

Hoquiam River RV Park – Olympic Peninsula, WA

Another newer park, the Hoquiam River RV Park is a great option for those traveling through the Washington coastal area—particularly for those driving big rigs. While there are not as many nearby shopping areas, this park does offer easy access to Highway 10 and well-managed services. Though not as luxurious as other resorts, the Hoquiam River offers beautiful river views, easy trail access, and a great base-camp for exploring Washington’s beautiful coast.

Seven Feathers RV Resort – Canyonville, OR

Located just off 1-5 south of Roseburg, Oregon and 2 hours east of Crater Lake National Park, the Seven Feathers RV Resort boasts all the amenities of a luxury RV resort, including an indoor pool, workout center, playground, and group fire pits. If you’re looking for something truly unique, visit the nearby Wildlife Safari to see everything from Roosevelt Elk to newborn cheetahs.

Crown Villa RV Resort – Bend, OR

With large spaces designed to comfortably fit any big rig and a tediously manicured grounds, the Crown Villa RV Resort in Bend is the perfect destination for those traveling through the state. With a thriving local community, Bend offers a number of things to both see and do as well as the convenience of city shopping centers and box-stores. Hike nearby trails, enjoy a local microbrew, or simply relax among the mature pine trees that fill the resort.