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Nature, nature, nature -- in the form of water, mountains, forests, and volcanoes; and wine…starting to sound like a Washington State vacation? Book a Washington vacation rental anywhere in the state, and you’ll be centered in a hearty vacation area.

Washington Outdoors

Get out and get to Washington, where vacationers are astounded at the number of nature opportunities that are presented. With the wealth of water – Pacific Ocean, Puget Sound, the Columbia and Snake Rivers, lakes and countless streams – beach activities, sailing, windsurfing, fishing, scuba diving, and sea kayaking are easily achieved. On land, winter or summer, there is so much to try- hiking, camping, mountain climbing, bicycling, golf, horseback riding, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and dog sledding. In the air, there’s hang gliding, paragliding, and hot air ballooning. You just can’t stay indoors in Washington. Though the luxury of Washington vacation rentals (as opposed to hotels) may tempt you to do just that!

Washington State Vacation Spots

Enjoy the lush greenery and mountains in the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas region, with wilderness beaches unlike the rest of the continental United States. Olympic National Park and Forest sets aside two million acres. You’ll find Kitsap Peninsula with a flair for shops and galleries. A wide range of activities can be performed here in the outdoors from llama trekking to scuba diving. Washington’s Coast brings you back…to when life was simpler. Migratory birds flock here, and people come for the adventures like whale watching, fishing, and clam digging. Sample some cranberries, and savor the history of Lewis and Clark. On Long Beach Peninsula, visit the World Kite Museum and Hall of Fame, and marvel at the storms of the Pacific from a safe spot. Long Beach, Washington vacation rentals are very special, thanks to the unique local attractions. The Islands Region of Washington is also part of the Puget Sound area with islands such as Whidbey, Camano, Fidalgo, and the San Juan Islands. This area is ripe for canoeing and kayaking. The sunnier San Juan Islands have four destination islands out of many island areas, great for hiking, biking, boating and yachting.

Visit the state capital in Volcano Country, where three major volcanoes loom – Mounts St. Helens, Rainier, and Adams. In Olympia, you won’t be bored on a vacation; see the splendor of gardens, dine on fusion cuisine, tour the State Capital Museum, or the Olympia Flight Museum to view military aircraft. Play a round of golf while enjoying the scenic views of this region. The North Cascades are striking mountains with jagged peaks, great for various skill levels of hiking. The Skagit Valley is premier for bald eagle sightings, and gorgeous tulip fields, while Methow Valley beckons cross-country skiers. Highway 20 is the sole road through North Cascades National Park, and provides exceptional views. Don’t forget to cast your line here; the fishing is superior.

High terrain nature seems to just blend in with the high tech of the metropolitan city Seattle. There is a wealth of very interesting, very Seattle places to visit. Go onto the Odeck of the Space Needle, sip coffee at the original Starbucks, or tour history while shopping at the Pike Place Market. You have to check out the nightlife in the city where garage rock and grunge have had influence. Going back outdoors, the Columbia River Plateau region offers a contrast, high desert lands. Find an enormous amount of recreation, from cycling to water sports to fishing to boating to golf. Gingko Petrified Forest State Park can be your history, or pre-history, lesson for the day. Wine Country in Washington leads to fertile lands for many types of agriculture. The Yakima Valley wines are rated highly, and touring of the region provides a great escape from bustling city pace. Also, golf scenery and challenge abound.

The Rocky Mountain Gateway is a dense forest and mountain region, where the Colville National Forest is over one million acres, and the fir trees rise majestically to 7,000 feet. Spokane, with a variety of vacation fun, keeps performance ticket prices at a reasonable level, offers the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, and rolls the dice at several area casinos. Plenty of access to outdoor fun is here, too. Rolling hills describe the Palouse area, abundant in wheat. With incredible appearance, Palouse Falls runs down 198 feet over basalt lava. Animals from Rocky Mountain elk to cougar walk this region, and the Blue Mountains provide a great quantity of snow for skiing. Local history in the Palouse region is recalled in the Boomerang Newspaper and Printing Museum.

A Washington State vacation has so much in store for you! But while popular cities like Seattle distract the attention of toursits, don't overlook some of the greatest Washington State vacation spots! For example, Lake Chelan, Sequim, and Leavenworth, Washington vacation homes are quite popular. So whether it's Seattle or Sequim, Washington vacation rentals you have an eye for, you can find the best accommodations for your trip right here. 


Sites and tours to see

Whidbey Island Garden Tours
Hanford Reach National Monument
Columbia County Courthouse
Hells Canyon
Grand Coulee Dam
Cascade Loop driving tour
Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument
Long Beach Peninsula
Snoqualmie Falls
Space Needle
Seattle Aquarium
Skagit Tours
Pike Place Market
Exotic Meat Company