RV Rental in Tacoma, WA
On your next trip through the beautiful state of Washington, enjoy the ride in a Tacoma RV rental from Cruise America. Explore the city’s cultural hub as you visit its wealth of museums, restaurants and live music venues. Walk, rollerblade or cycle at Point Defiance Park’s trails. Explore the medium of glass art at the Museum of Glass. Enjoy classic entertainment at the Tacoma Opera. Hit the road and explore the beautiful Washington coastline. Wherever you go, make it a memorable trip in a Tacoma RV rental from Cruise America.
In Tacoma, RV rentals are abundant, as are the travelers that continually rent them. Our Tacoma Cruise America RV rental center can set you up in the RV you need and get you on your way in no time to explore the Tacoma area.
Nestled on the seaside of Washington, Tacoma, once a town that was run by the lumber and railroad communities, has been revitalized. It is now a bustling community rich with attractions and hotspots for tourists and locals alike. Despite whatever the weather is serving up while you are there, you will always find a variety of attractions to visit throughout the year.
On the Road
There are several options that exist when you venture into the wilderness with your Tacoma RV rental. With over 700-acres, Point Defiance is designated for nothing but recreation. There are beaches, kayaking opportunities, boat/watercraft rentals, and even batting cages. Just like Cruise America, they are pet friendly at Point Defiance, as there is a brand new 7-acre no-leash-needed dog park, which has no fences. If you choose to slow down a little, you can take your rented motorhome on the five-mile drive. It is a beautiful roadway that is filled with the best views and greenery nature has to offer. On weekends it changes to foot and bike traffic only.
While out driving in your Cruise America rental, it might behoove you to pass by Bob’s Java Jive located at 2102 S. Tacoma Way on “the strip.” Shaped like an old red and white coffee pot, this instantly recognizable landmark has been around since 1927! It was originally called the Coffee Pot Restaurant, but has now taken on the personality of a gritty greasy dive and bar. However, the personality of the old place keeps customers coming back!
If you are up for leaving the comfort of your rental motorhome and venturing a little closer into the city, the Tacoma Theater District is a sight to behold. The city of Tacoma has a “happening” performance arts scene. There are three theaters that support this part of town. These are the Pantages Theater (open in 1918), the Rialto Theater (also opened in 1918) and the newer Theater on the Square (built in 1993). Each of the theaters is managed by the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts. They work in conjunction with the Tacoma Ballet, Opera, Philharmonic Symphony, and artists from every walk of life and genre. You could also stop by Hell’s Kitchen while in the district for a little rock and roll, or you could visit the gay-friendly The Mix Bar.
For the Museum Buff
It would not be difficult to spend an entire day in the Museum District of Tacoma. This area is made up of four major museums. This is part of what's called the Tacoma Art Walk Program. There is the Washington State History Museum, which will teach you who and what shaped the history of the state of Washington. The Chihuly Bridge of Glass is literally a 500-foot walkway and glass bridge. This journey leads you to the Tacoma Art Museum, which features the typical Pacific Northwest artwork. Nearby is the Museum of Glass, in which you will find the Hot Shop Amphitheater, a 90-foot tall cone where glass blowers show their skills.
RV Rentals in Tacoma, WA
7014 6th Ave
Tacoma , Washington, 98406