On the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State there is a beautiful port town called Port Townsend. The town is a National Historic Landmark District and a much visited area by RVers and tourists alike. It really is a pretty place. The town is filled with small shops and you are right on the ocean. There are many park benches to sit on and take it all in. To get there many people take the ferry at Keystone or at Port Angeles, or if you are coming from the south you can drive the peninsula, just take HWY 101 out of Olympia. If you are not coming from the south and you want to save a buck, you can rent an RV campsite at the Fort Casey State Park (360-902-8844) which is right there at the Keystone Ferry. From there you can go across on the ferry as foot passengers right into downtown Port Townsend. This way you save yourself the costly ferry ride for your RV fare. If you do take your RV over on the ferry I would recommend staying at Point Hudson Marina & RV Park, 103 Hudson St.Port Townsend (360-385-2828 800-228-2803). This five-star RV site is right on the ocean and right in Port Townsend. It has full hookups. We have camped here and it is very nice.