Hi All! I am just planning my very first RV trip and my first trip to the US where I will be driving on the wrong side of the road.
I have had a good luck through the pages on this forum and composed a trip plan and was wondering if anyone had any thoughts, comments, stop-offs or suggestions on my proposed route? If you know of any good RV parks along the route that would also be really useful.
I fly into Seattle late on the first day and have a pick up arranged for early the next day. The plan is to spend two full days in the city and watching some baseball, you could say it was a coincidence my favourite team was in town that week!
I than plan to travel in the morning to Olympic NP for the rest of the day in the park and an overnight.
The next morning I am to travel to Mount St Helens and then onto Mount Rainier NP for an overnight. I think I read in an earlier post that doing this in one day is achievable.
The day will be a day of driving with some stop offs passing White Pass, through the Nez Perce reserve and finishing the day at Riggins near Hells Canyon.
Then on to Craters of the Moon NM for a look around before pressing onto an overnight in Yellowstone.
The next three days I plan to spend in Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Cody.
Then I aim to set off early the next morning to Bozeman, Grant-Kohrs Ranch, Missoula, National Bison Range, Flathead Lake before arriving at Glacier NP in the evening. This sounds like a lot but they are all on the way and it was the only way I could fit everything in, I would really appreciate your thoughts.
Then spend a day in Glacier NP before setting off the next morning to Grand Coulee Dam/Lake Roosevelt.
Finally on the way to drop off stop in at Leavenworth and Snoqualmie Falls before back to Seattle.
Just to give you a bit of background it will be both my girlfriend and I travelling who are both 25 and will be sharing the driving, especially on the more demanding days. We are fairly used to hectic holidays and have fairly demanding lives back home so we are not craving lots of time to rest.
I hope you can help, if not thank you for all the extremely useful information you have posted to this forum in the past, it has been incredibly enlightening.
Many thanks in advance,
Matthew and Emma