The precautions and restrictions recommended in response to the outbreak of COVID-19 seem to rapidly change each day. There are a few things that are clear:
It’s important to keep up with current government and CDC recommendations.
Social distancing is incredibly important at this time.
Time outdoors is still strongly recommended for personal health.
At the current moment, many state parks remain open for day visits. However, there are some changes to services. For example, many visitor centers and campgrounds may be closed to aid in social distancing. Before going anywhere to hike, it’s important to check the most up to date information about closures and restrictions. Washington State Parks is frequently updating their COVID-19 response.
Why Hiking is Recommended
There are many benefits to being outdoors in light of the current pandemic. Being outdoors is [...]
Have you started to plan your spring and summer adventures yet? Here is our RV Travel Guide, laid out in 9 easy steps. If you’ve every wondered how to plan your route, timeline, budget, packing and weather – here’s your guide!
Step 1: Outline your route
Do you want to take the scenic route, avoid paying tolls, or get to your destination quickly? Answering these question will help determine your stopping points and the places you plan to stay along the way.
Step 2: Create your timeline
Once you know what route you plan to take, you should create a timeline. This outlines how far you’ll drive each day, the roadside attractions you want to stop and see, and the time of day you plan to arrive at your destinations. When you plan your RV camping timeline, don’t forget to [...]
With the early spring-like weather this year, you may be already dreaming of your first trip in your RV. However, before you get ready to pack your bags, it’s important to tackle a thorough cleaning of your RV. Check off our RV Spring Cleaning Checklist to get your rig ready for the wide open road. Does your RV need maintenance? Get it scheduled in our Service Department today!
Spring Cleaning Supplies
Before you slip on those rubber gloves, you’ll want to make sure you have all the needed supplies to clean your RV. Not sure where to find them? Stop by our shop for all your RV needs! We suggest the following:
Think it’s too early to start thinking about that summer camping itinerary? Think again! Many of the most popular state park camping locations can be reserved now – and will fill up quick.
Beacon Rock State Park
Beacon Rock State Park is one park that just recently opened its campsites for reservations. Formerly only a first come first serve park, Beacon Rock State park is a popular destination located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Beacon Rock itself is the core of an ancient volcano. The park includes 9,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River and more than 26 miles of roads and trails open to hiking, mountain biking and equestrian use.
Reservations at Beacon Rock
If you’re counting on nabbing a first come, first serve spot at Beacon Rock this [...]
At its core, the term ‘romantic’ is all about feeling, and atmosphere. It is about the connection between two people who love each other very much. It is simply about connecting with the one you love, creating an atmosphere of intimacy and happiness, and showing your loved one that you really care. An RV vacation can be the perfect way to create this feeling and atmosphere.
Looking to enhance the connection with your significant other? Consider investing in an RV for endless romantic opportunities. There are (more than!) 5 ways that an RV turns up the romance.
Let’s be honest, there are few things more romantic than spontaneity. An RV allows you to take off at the drop of a hat. You don’t have to worry about hotels, trains or planes. Simply [...]
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is now recruiting hundreds of seasonal park aides for summer 2020.
Each summer, State Parks employs 400 park aides and 45 senior park aides to work the busy season, which runs from April through September. People of all ages from diverse backgrounds work as park aides. They work in parks all over the state and in varying types of terrain and climate, depending on location. Park aides register campers, maintain trails, clean campgrounds and comfort stations and perform a variety of custodial maintenance chores. They also may staff park offices, interact with visitors and help with interpretive and educational programs.
“Seasonal park aide positions are perfect for high school or college students who need a good summer job — [...]
The steady sound of surf crashing on a rocky shore. Icy white waves thundering and curling into dramatic arcs against high black cliffs. Steely skies and curtains of rain sweeping across choppy waters.The drama and power of Washington’s waters in winter are nothing short of awe inspiring.
Storm watching is a popular pastime here when winter weather hits our coastal and Puget Sound waters from October to April. And state parks are home to ideal — and safe — vantage points for witnessing the raw drama, power and beauty the of Pacific Northwest storm season. Here’s the scoop on some dynamic destinations
Bay View State Park
Watch the rains wash over the San Juan Archipelago from this tiny gem of a park. Small and easy to [...]
All Seasons RV is a proud supplier of Salem Cruise Lite Travel Trailers. The Cruise Lite is a great way to introduce your family to the RV lifestyle. Full of great features that are usually only found in RVs at higher prices, the Cruise Lite offers you quality and value.
The Salem Cruise Lite is a lightweight yet affordable travel trailer for those wanting to cruise into fun. The Cruise Lite offers all the features of a regular RV but on a chassis that is 30% lighter than the conventional chassis. A lighter chassis equals better fuel economy and easy towing.
Even though the Salem Cruise is lightweight that doesn’t mean it is any lighter on the standard features. With galleys that have three burner cooktops, microwave, refrigerators and double galley sinks you will not lack in meal preparations. Not to [...]
Are you starting to plan your summer travels yet? Would you like to spend an extended time at a State Park this summer? Looking for a way to use your RV to give back? Did you know that you could become a State Park Campground Host?
What is a campground host?
Many camp hosts are living the dream. They sign on for one to three months each at a lineup of parks, and they work 28 hours a week for their campsite. Camp host duties could mean cleaning campsites, assisting park aides, gardening, answering questions, doing handiwork, running educational programs and recommending activities.
How do you become a campground host?
Camp hosts must have a background check. The application process, which includes fingerprinting, takes up to two months. Otherwise, all that’s required is an RV [...]
Wishing you, your family and friends a New Year full of adventure, travel and memories to treasure. The team at All Seasons RV is thankful for your support and patronage. We thank you for trusting us as your local RV dealer and service center.
We look forward to supporting you and all of your outdoor adventures in the New Year! What’s the first trip you have planned?