Duvall, WA, USA

Duvall, WA, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 736 vacation rentals near Duvall. From 431 apartments to 180 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Duvall for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Small town living with oodles of charm to offer

Want to explore the glory of the Pacific Northwest without the bustle of the city? A Duvall vacation rental fits the bill. This little Snoqualmie Valley town, oozing with charm, is just half an hour east of Seattle but will feel like a world away. Is the great outdoors you're thing? Hikers and bikers alike will thrill in the multitude of trails throughout the Snoqualmie Watershed, one of the area's top producers of Coho Salmon. Come in the summer for the best weather and enjoy live music, movies, and more.

A gateway to the wonders of the great outdoors

With the Puget Sound and San Juan Islands within an hour's drive, there's no shortage of water activities available. Or, if you prefer the ground beneath your feet, the vast Wenatchee National Forest, home of Glacier Peak, lies only an hour to the west. Other outdoor destinations include Cherry Creek Falls, Lake Sammamish, and Cherry Valley. Summertime is an ideal time to visit Duvall; the town's McCormick Park hosts "Duvall Days" in June, complete with a parade and car show. There's also a live concert series in July and "Movies in the Park" in August.

A taste of the past and a taste of salmon

Looking for something to do when the notorious rain darkens the day? Train enthusiasts can make their way to the the Northwest Railway Museum and those with a taste for the area's past will surely enjoy the Issaquah History Museums. On more pleasant days, the whole family can travel back in time at Camlann Medieval Village. Or take a tour of the over 100-year-old Dougherty Farmstead (open Sundays, May through September). Love salmon? The Snoqualmie Watershed is filled with fisheries and is one of the region's largest producers of coho salmon.

Umbrella, check! Poncho, check! Galoshes, check!

The Pacific Northwest is known for being wet, and the Snoqualmie Valley is no exception. The region is a marine west coast climate, which means temperatures rarely fluctuate too drastically. Visitors at a Duvall vacation rental should expect rain during any season, though fall through spring are the wettest. The area is subject to flooding is these months as well, so you may want to bring some boots if you're planning on making your visit then. Summer offers a better chance of good weather and of an overall drier experience.

Ocean to the left of me, mountains to the right

The quaint town of Duvall is nicely situated in a river valley near the confluence of the Snoqualmie and Skykomish Rivers. To the south and east are vistas of snowcapped mountains rising above lush forests. To the west lies the bays of the Puget Sound, and intricate series of waterways leading out the Pacific Ocean and the numerous San Juan Islands. A Duvall vacation rental offers a peaceful midway point to start an adventure to all of the wondrous beauty the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Just don't forget an umbrella!