This is my first post here. I'm hoping to get some advice on planning a 2 week RV trip with my family in June of 2016. We are a family of 5 including 2 girls(ages 14 and 13) and 1 boy(age 7). We have 2 weeks to do this trip. We'll be pulling our 25' travel trailer with our Toyota Tundra. I plan to leave within days of the kids getting out of school. We may start the trip in Pinecrest Lake, Ca for the first two days as its an annual tradition. Next we'd like to visit my parents in Red Bluff, Ca where we plan to leave our golden retriever in good hands. We'd like to bring him but feel that it would interfere with too many things like bike riding, eating out, etc. We'll spend 1 night there then head north on highway 5 into Oregon. From here the trip is up in the air and where I need everyone's help with suggestions on places to stay, things to see, things to do, etc. Our rough plan is to travel up the center of Oregon and Washington as far as Seattle, then return via a coastal route.
A little about us might help with suggestions. We love mountains, trees, and lakes and streams as opposed to open flat land, deserts, etc. We've been zip-lining and jet boating on a previous trip in Oregon in 2011. This time I think we'd like to do some more zip-lining as well as river rafting and maybe some motorized rentals at the dunes. My girls are at the age where their phones and I-pods are their life-lines. I hope to keep them so occupied that they don't even think about them, but I realize that I may need to let them catch up with social media from time to time when we get some down time. My daughters are at the age where the boys are starting to take notice in them and they seem to want to spend less and less time together as a family. I'm thinking this may be the last trip that they will be willing to do with old mom and pop for this many days so I want to make it one we'll all remember.
Okay, now you know what I'm looking to accomplish. Bring on all of your great ideas and experiences you are willing to share. Thanks in advance!