PNW Itineraries

There are few places in North America where you can ski, sail, enjoy cosmopolitan urban culture, and hike through lush temperate rainforest. Fortunately, there’s Vancouver, British Columbia, a stunning city set seaside just north of Seattle and the Canadian border. This city has so much to offer that one visit won’t be enough. But we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite things

The Pacific Northwest region is one of the fastest growing in the country and with good reason. The majestic views and landscapes and active, bustling cities provide something for just about everyone. Check out these eight must-see Pacific Northwest destinations on your next road trip out west with ROAMERICA. 1. Seattle, Washington   The Emerald City has long been a pillar of the Pacific Northwest because of its

I know what you’re thinking: “There’s no way to pack the kids into the van for an epic family road trip that doesn’t end in disaster.” But surprisingly enough, a good Pacific Northwest family road trip can check off quite a few boxes — pristine wilderness and national parks, beaches, museums, water slides, and urban adventure. Before hitting the road on that multi-month cross-country road trip,

The Pacific Northwest is full of natural wonders; you could spend a lifetime exploring and still not discover all that this magical place has to offer. From impossibly high peaks to dramatic coastline, from lush temperate rainforests to high desert plains, the Pacific Northwest is truly a treasure trove of incredible landscapes. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite PNW destinations that

The Pacific Northwest is packed full of fun activities for the whole family, including ferry rides, children’s museums, food tours, and staying in a Bavarian-styled village. Though most known for its outdoor recreation, the Pacific Northwest is also home to some amazing cities and towns that offer world-class cultural activities as well as opportunities to get outside. We at ROAMERICA have put together a list

If you love mountain biking, then surely the Pacific Northwest is on your list of must-ride places. From winding trails through old-growth forests to rugged coastline routes, there’s truly something for every level and every type of rider. This itinerary focuses on some of the best mountain biking in the Pacific Northwest, though it’s certainly not exhaustive. Do you have a favorite destination? Post a

The San Juan Islands are an archipelago of 172 islands and reefs between Seattle, Washington, and Vancoucer, Canada. Four of the islands can be accessed by ferry: Orcas Island, San Juan Island, Lopez Island, and Shaw Island. A true San Juan Island experience will include whale-watching, farm-to-table cuisine, and a good dose of outdoor recreation. We’ve put together a weekend-long itinerary to help you make

The Pacific Northwest is home to lush valleys, verdant hillsides, and cosmopolitan cities teaming with amazing foods and beverages; it’s almost impossible to pare a gourmet food and beverage road trip down into just one weekend! So, we chose two special destinations in which you’ll find amazing bites, delicious wines, and even better views. Taste your way around the Pacific Northwest and enjoy the ultimate

The Pacific Northwest is packed with popular destinations, ranging from natural wonders like Mount Hood to urban eateries like Voodoo Doughnut. However, if you’re looking to break away from the typical tourist spots, explore these 7 hidden gem destinations in the Pacific Northwest today in your ROAMERICA campervan rental. 1. Ape Cave If you want a true underground adventure, look no further than Ape Caves on the