Washington State is packed with natural beauty, outdoor adventures and places to visit. From volcanoes like Mount Rainier to the rain forest on Olympic Peninsula, Washington attracts millions of adventure seekers every year.
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Washington Outdoors Recreation, Adventure and Family Vacations
Fun things to do and exciting places to visit are found in every direction in Washington State.
You can’t just visit Washington state once and expect to see everything that this amazing state offers. It’s truly one of the best to visit in the nation with some incredibly unique attractions.
Top 10 Best Places to Visit Washington State
- Olympic National Park
- San Juan Islands
- Mount Rainier National Park
- North Cascades National Park
- Puget Sound
- Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument
- Deception Pass State Park
- Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
- Sol Duc Hot Springs
- Pacific Crest Trail
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Fishing in Washington State
Washington has more than 3,000 miles of coastlines, and tons of rivers, lakes and reservoirs for anglers to enjoy.
Top 18 Fishing Spots in Washington State:
- Yakima River
- Skagit River
- Fish Lake
- Hoh River
- Stillaguamish River
- Lake Washington
- Sauk River
- Skykomish River
- Bogachiel River
- Grande Ronde River
- Spokane RIver
- Columbia Rivers and Tributaries
- Calawah River
- Lake Roosevelt
- Green Lake
- Cowlitz River
- Naches River
- Sol Duc River
Waterfowl Hunting in Washington
With 35 species of waterfowl in Washington, the Evergreen State has some fantastic duck and goose hunting.
Washington has many waterways (Columbia River, Puget Sound, coastal bays, and estuaries) that provide ample opportunity to hunt waterfowl, but access is limited and often requires a boat.
There are nine species of geese, plus you’ll find clouds of puddle ducks, rafts of divers and sea ducks aplenty. Also, Washington is the only state in the Lower 48 where you can kill a harlequin.
Upland Bird Hunting in Washington State
With rainforests to the west of the mountains and desert regions to the east, game bird hunting destinations in Washington widely vary.
Hunting in Washington State
There is some great hunting to be had in the Pacific Northwest. Washington state offers some unique opportunities, from Roosevelt elk to black bears.
Big Game in Hunting in Washington:
- Black Bear
- Columbia Blacktail Deer
- Mountain Lion
- Mountain Goat
- Mule Deer
- Pronghorn Antelope
- Rocky Mountain Elk
- Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep
- Roosevelt Elk
- Shiras Moose
- Whitetail Deer
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