Washington State Travel Guide



Admitted as the 42 US State on November 11, 1889, Washington is the 18th largest state, and encompasses the Seattle metropolitan area, the Puget Sound coastal inlet of islands and bays, as well as temperate rainforests, a semi-arid basic region, and mountain ranges.

Washington is home to over 140 parks with 17 of those being National Park units.

The Evergreen State is also home to 1,557 National Historic Places, 24 National Historic Landmarks, 18 National Natural Landmarks, 19 Marine Parks, 143 State Parks, 24 National Wildlife Refuges, 9 National Forests, 1 World Heritage Site.

“If you’ve lived in the Pacific Northwest for long you’ve probably figured out that you reside in one of the greatest places on Earth.” Anonymous

Our Washington State Travel Guide Directory below is new and in the process of being built. If you run a business or organization in Washington and would like to be part of this growing directory, please contact us. We will be visiting Washington soon so check back and watch our Directory grow: Parks & Public Lands, Articles & Interviews, Park Gateway Communities, Travel Info & Services, Where to Stay, Food & Drink, See & Do, and Shopping.

visitor bureaus, chamber of commerce, national park travel information, tour operators, tours, roadside help
hotels, motels, campgrounds, RV parks, where to stay in national parks
Restaurants, bars, clubs, gourmet food, coffee shops, eateries that are near to National Parks & Public Lands.

Attractions and activities near to National Parks and public lands.
Shopping in and around National Parks and public lands


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