Destinations

Fairfax Ghost Town Bridge - Carbonado WA

Fairfax Bridge near Rainier National Park

A 97-year-old bridge? 250ft tall? On the way to Rainier National Park? Sounded like something we should check out. Where is the Fairfax Bridge? The Fairfax Bridge sits just south…

Olympic Game Farm

Olympic Game Farm

Open for over 40 years, the Olympic Game Farm in Sequim is the perfect weekend trip for the whole family. Originally designed to be a holding facility for the animal…

Northern State Hospital

Northern State Hospital Farm

Looking for a quirky but historically rich day trip with some friends? The Northern State Hospital Farm located in Sedro-Woolley, might be what you’re after!  Opened as the third hospital…

Spokane River

Garbage Eating Goat-Statue

Installed in 1974, this goat statue does indeed eat your garbage, making it a useful and quirky attraction. Originally introduced to Spokane as an art installment for the World’s Fair…

Barron Ghost Town

As high school history class taught us, in the late 1800’s there was a gold rush in western America. While most headed out west to California, Canada and Alaska, Washington…

Longview’s Crown Jewel

Dubbed “the city’s crown jewel,” Lake Sacajawea and Japanese Gardens is essentially a one-stop park for outdoor activities. Visitors can run, walk, jog or even bike on the 3.5 miles…

Peace Arch

The Peace Arch

On the border between Canada and Blaine, Washington, there stands a Peace Arch. Every year, over 500,000 tourists come and visit this very special arch and the surrounding park. Unique…

Borst Museum

Visiting The Borst Home Museum In Centralia

A visit to Centralia isn’t complete without stopping by the Borst Home Museum where you can learn about the family who once lived there. The museum offers a peek into…

cranberries

Visiting The Cranberry Museum In Long Beach

The Pacific Coast Cranberry Research Foundation, was established in 1922, almost one hundred years ago, in Long Beach. Their goals, per their website are to fund cranberry research, maintain cranberry…

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Washington Lavender

Washington Lavender located in Port Angeles, Washington is a relaxation haven. The land was originally bought 15 years ago by a Canadian couple, Dan and Jane Abbott. They had a…

Pend Oreille County train rides

Scenic Pend Oreille River Train

Beginning in Newport, WA, this scenic train ride will take you on an adventure you’re sure to remember. From August through the end of October you can take a ride…

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Norwegian Influence in Poulsbo

Founded by Ole Stubb, a Norwegian immigrant in 1875, Poulsbo is often referred to as “Little Norway,” with good reason. Throughout history this portion of land in the North Kitsap…