Top 10 Spring Break RV Destinations That Won’t be crowded in the Pacific Northwest?

Here are the top 10 Spring Break RV destinations in the Pacific Northwest that are not likely to be overcrowded:

  1. Leavenworth, Washington – A charming Bavarian-style town with a scenic backdrop of snow-capped mountains, hiking trails, and excellent wineries.

  2. Port Townsend, Washington – A historic Victorian seaport town that offers easy access to the Olympic National Park and the San Juan Islands.

  3. Bend, Oregon – A vibrant outdoor destination with numerous hiking and mountain biking trails, river rafting, and excellent breweries and eateries.

  4. Hood River, Oregon – A mecca for windsurfing and kiteboarding enthusiasts, this town also offers scenic drives, excellent wineries, and breweries.

  5. La Conner, Washington – A picturesque waterfront town that offers museums, art galleries, and easy access to the San Juan Islands.

  6. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho – A charming lake town that offers water activities, hiking trails, and scenic drives.

  7. Silverton, Oregon – A quaint small town with excellent hiking trails, waterfalls, and a scenic, historic downtown.

  8. Bellingham, Washington – A lively college town that offers easy access to Mount Baker, the North Cascades, and the San Juan Islands.

  9. Astoria, Oregon – A historic river town that offers maritime museums, scenic drives, and excellent seafood.

  10. Whidbey Island, Washington – A scenic island destination that offers beaches, hiking trails, and charming towns like Coupeville and Langley.

Please note that while these destinations may not be as crowded as some of the more popular Spring Break destinations, it’s still important to follow local guidelines and safety measures regarding COVID-19.

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