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Discover Kennewick, WA


Sitting on the fertile banks of the Columbia River lies the sleepy little town of Kennewick, Washington. Together with Richland and Pasco, these three cities form the “Tri-cities” area, a pocket of culture and exciting attractions. Kennewick is thought to mean “Grassy Place” in the local native language, and the town’s summertime beauty is only matched by its powerful winter storms.


Kennewick was incorporated in 1904 but has a long history of being a frontier town, dating back all the way to Lewis and Clark’s infamous expedition to map the Louisiana Purchase for Thomas Jefferson. In fact, the Lewis and Clark Historic Trail goes straight through the city of Kennewick alongside the raging Columbia River.


With a revitalized historic downtown area has slowly evolved to be a pedestrian-friendly haven for restaurants, microbreweries, art galleries, and exquisite shopping centers. With only a few hours drive to either Seattle, Spokane, or many world-class outdoor experiences, when you book an RV in Kennewick, Washington it’ll be a brilliant choice for your next vacation.


The Great Outdoors


Washington state is an outdoors-oriented paradise with ample opportunity for recreation and relaxation. There are many parks and outdoor spaces in the “Tri-cities” area, especially alongside the Columbia River. The Columbia Park has a magnificent riverside trail as well as 400 acres of open space overlooking the water. With playgrounds, skate parks, barbecue pits, band shells, pavilions, and open grassy spaces for picnics, Columbia Park is the perfect place to unwind and beat the heat.


McNary National Wildlife Refuge is a collection of wetlands, river delta, and small islands that are crucial for migratory bird preservation. You can see countless varieties of local and visiting birds here if you enjoy birdwatching.


Sacajawea State Park, named for the important Native American woman who guided Lewis and Clark on their expedition, is right down the river from town and only a short drive in your Kennewick RV rental. The park sits at the confluence of the Snake and Columbia Rivers, and features many recreational activities like boating, fishing, hiking, and biking on its many trails that lead back to Kennewick. The park even has a wonderful history center where you can learn about the expedition of Lewis and Clark, and the importance of Sacagawea, the brilliant Shoshone woman who made it all possible.


Hanford Reach National Monument is a massive swath of land featuring both river and desert ecosystems, and is quite easy to get to when you rent an RV in town. This park was crucial to the war efforts in the 1930s and ‘40s because much of the uranium used to build the first atomic bombs was mined nearby. Now the park is a conservation area dedicated to preserving the 48 endangered and rare species that inhabit it.


Umatilla National Forest, just over the border in Oregon, is not too far to drive in your Kennewick motorhome rental and has lots to do and see as well. The area is rich with beautiful wildlife such as the moose, the black bear, and the bighorn sheep, and there are even recreational ski spots you can visit and use in the wintertime.


Perhaps the best place to visit nearby though is Mount Rainier National Park, just 2.5 hours’ drive away in your Kennewick camper rental. Here you can see two of the largest glaciers in North America, as well as Mount Rainier itself, an over 14,000-foot-tall stratovolcano that dominates the horizon. The park is a huge destination for mountain climbers and mountain bikers and has thousands of trails for you to hike and explore.


City Attractions


Just because the natural beauty of Washington is unmatched by most other places does not mean it is the only thing worth seeing when you rent an RV in Kennewick. The town is a gorgeous collection of historic buildings and lovely people who are warm and welcoming. The Gesa Carousel of Dreams is an over 100-year-old carousel that is still operational and offers you a glimpse into the past. The amusement ride was built and housed in Michigan for many years but was salvaged and moved to the “Tri-cities” area to preserve history and provide a nice place for families to bring their kids.


The Reach Museum is another family-friendly attraction where you can learn about the natural history of southern Washington, and how it was formed by volcanic activity. You can also read up on the Manhattan Project, the invention of the first atomic weapons, and how Washington played a huge role in winning World War II. The city of Kennewick even has a beautiful World Trade Center Memorial that pays respects to the many victims lost in the September 11th attacks in 2001. The memorial has a 6,000-pound piece of a steel column that was found amongst the ruins of the World Trade Center. There is lots more to do when you rent an RV in Kennewick, and the aforementioned activities can only be considered scraping the surface.


RV Friendly


Kennewick and the rest of the “Tri-cities” area is incredibly tourist friendly, especially for those renting an RV. There is a Walmart Supercenter, as well as many places to fill up your tank when you rent an RV in Kennewick. Additionally, there are quite a few options when it comes to staying overnight when you visit the lovely town alongside the Columbia River.


Columbia Sun RV Resort is a perfect place to hold rallies, festivals, or family gatherings with its large open space and pavilion. The resort also has a heated pool and hot tub, a convenience store, laundry facilities, and a disc golf course, too!


Tri-City RV Park is another fabulous option that has free cable and high-speed internet, lots of hiking trails, and a clubhouse for mingling with other guests. Pasco/Tri-Cities KOA is a consistently high-rated park with all you could possibly need on your vacation. A year-round pool, hot tub, and sauna are one of many features that will have you wanting to come back again and again.

RV Rentals in Kennewick, WA

Kennewick, WA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Kennewick. Outdoorsy's Kennewick RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Kennewick are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Mount Pilchuck State Park, Wallace Falls State Park Management Area, and Mt St Helens National Volcanic Monument.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Cowiche Canyon Conservancy Trails Yakima Washington
Ancient Lakes Trail Quincy Washington
Saddlerock Trail Wenatchee Washington
Umtanum Canyon Trail Ellensburg Washington
Badger Canyon Trail Richland Washington
Palouse Falls Trail Washtucna Washington
Umtanum Creek Falls Trail Selah Washington
Clara and Marion Lakes Trail Wenatchee Washington
Frenchman Coulee Quincy Washington
Manastash Ridge Trail Ellensburg Washington

Nearby Campgrounds

Franklin County RV Park

campground Pasco, WA
The Tri-Cities are a set of thriving cities in the southeast corner of Washington State and is the perfect vacation destination for those who love urban activities and nature alike. If you plan to be in the area with your RV, park it at Franklin County RV Park in Pasco, Washington and be ready to explore all of the attractions this place has to offer. Franklin County RV Park offers full service hookups to guests as well as an immaculate place to rest up and enjoy some relaxation. There is a laundry facility and clean restrooms on site. You can also take advantage of cable TV and WiFi while you are there. This park is close to all of the happenings in downtown Pasco and is close to golf courses, rivers, and plenty of hiking trails. This RV park is close to town, but still gives you the quiet atmosphere of a luxury resort.

Columbia Sun RV Resort

campground Kennewick, WA
If you are looking forward to a trip that is naturally beautiful and filled with stunning scenery, then a drive through Kennewick and the Tri-State area in Washington is simply a must. The Columbia Sun RV Resort is the ideal place to hook up the RV and put our feet up, as it boasts massive sites that are pristinely maintained. The sites offer full hookups and guests have the option of going with a 20, 30, or 50 amp site. Each stand has a picnic table and the sites are large enough to accommodate big rigs. The onsite swimming pool offers some respite from the summer heat, and the resort offers breathtaking views of the rolling hills in the distance. There is a basketball court, playground, and fenced-in dog area, as well as well-maintained showers, toilets, and laundry facilities. This resort is close to the freeway, which allows travelers to get back on their journey in no time.

Horn Rapids RV Resort

campground Richland, WA
If you're planning on touring the Columbia Basin and making the most of the beauty and bounty of the Tri-Cities area, you can't go wrong with calling Horn Rapids RV Resort your home away from home. Located in the city of Richland in Washington, Horn Rapids RV Resort offers all the convenience of home while providing true resort amenities. You'll have the resort's pool and hot tub to help you relax, for instance, while the facility's game and playground areas will keep you and your little ones busy and happy. Want to hold a barbecue party? Horn Rapids RV Resort has got that covered--literally, with a picnic-perfect gazebo. Need to buy something? The resort has a full-service mini-mart and deli. Got some guests coming over? The site's ample overflow parking will take care of any extra vehicles. With its spacious pull-through sites, Horn Rapids RV Resort can even handle the largest motor homes. Really, Horn Rapids RV Resort has got the amenities to help you make your next family vacation a relaxing and enjoyable experience.

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