Washington Car Rentals
Experience Washington in one of our rental cars.
The state of Washington offers tourists a range of terrain to explore. From the Olympic Mountains to the great open space along the Columbia River, there are many different family activities to enjoy. Trips into the state's largest cities will bring you back to reality with lattes, software companies and a unique music scene. While visiting with your family, a Washington rental car will ensure that you make it to all of the state's must-see attractions!
The Space Needle is probably the most iconic attraction in Seattle. Once you make your way up to the O Deck, you'll have a 360-degree view of the city below. While on top of the world, enjoy the Chihuly Garden and Glass as well as the Skycity Restaurant. Be sure to make pit stops in your SeaTac International Airport car rental at the waterfront Seattle Great Wheel, original Starbucks store and Bill Gate's house! The children will enjoy a hands-on experience at the Seattle Aquarium. For families brave enough to go on Bill Speidel's Underground Tour, be careful not get lost beneath the city streets.
In Spokane, there is family fun to be had year-round. In the winter months, take the Spokane International Airport rental car up to the mountains for a wonderful winter ski vacation. Coming through town in the summer? Hit up Silverwood Theme Park and Boulder Beach Water Park! As the northwest's largest theme park, Silverwood has more than 65 rides and attractions, including two huge wooden coasters. You can take the kids to Mobius Kids Children's Museum any time of year. Located in the River Park Square, the museum has hands-on activities for kids. Are you a family of cat lovers? Then you have to stop by Cat Tales Zoological Park. Here, they have more than 40 lions, leopards, pumas, and lynx - just to name a few.
While exploring in your Washington car rental, your family will find rainforests, deserts, meadows, wetlands and more to experience. No matter if you would like to hike, bike, fish, horseback ride or climb, you'll find it in Washington. Over on the Olympic mountains, the family can challenge themselves to some serious mountain climbing or enjoy a stroll through the forests. Don't forget, Washington also has 3,000 miles of coastline, making it a paradise for water lovers. Consider taking a ride on the rapids or glide along in your kayak on one of the freshwater lakes.