#mtrainier

Tla-na-na Visits Mt Rainier National Park

Tla-na-na is a GoCamp Eurovan Weekender, just back from a fun trip to Mt Rainier National Park and the coast. She is a spacious, versatile and spirited road tripper.

Named for the Inuit word for snow, Tla-na-na is drawn to mountain peaks and sweeping vistas. To reserve Tla-na-na, simply click   here   or the   Reserve Now   link above. 

Named for the Inuit word for snow, Tla-na-na is drawn to mountain peaks and sweeping vistas. To reserve Tla-na-na, simply click here or the Reserve Now link above. 

Tla-na-na is well-maintained with a great after-market sound system. She drives like a champ and will lead you to boundless adventure and good times.

Tla-na-na comes with cozy Pendleton wool blankets, local treats like Pedal Roaster Coffee and you can add a corn hole set to keep the family entertained. Though watching the sun set over the coast seems like entertainment enough!

There's no better way to end the day.

There's no better way to end the day.

To reserve Tla-na-na, simply click here or the Reserve Now link above. 

Photo credit: North is Down

Sweet 16 on the Ohanapecosh -- oh my gosh!

My daughter turned 16 this week so we headed off in the van called Tilly Jane to celebrate. We spent two nights in Mt Rainier National Park at the Ohanapecosh Campground and did lots of hiking and swimming. The Silver Falls Trail starts and ends in the campground and on a hot summer day you can cool down after the hike by jumping in the river. Brace yourself though, it's cold! We also really enjoyed the Naches Peak Loop Trail just up the road from the campground. It connects with the famed Pacific Crest Trail and offers magical views of the park and surrounding area. Plus there was a mountain lake, so more swimming. 

Beyond the hikes and great views, the best part about this trip was just spending time with my daughter. A classic teen, she was out the front door with a quick "see ya, gotta go" about 10 minutes after we got home. But she gifted me the video below as a thank you for the trip, so I forgive her for not helping me unload the van. You're welcome Zoe.