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While outdoor beauty abounds in the state of Washington, in addition to the sprawling mountains, lakes, and sea, you’ll also find the fun, the elegant, the educational, and the strange. Washington is a great state that has a wide variety of things to offer.
Fort Casey was built in the late 1800s but was used as a military training facility until the mid-1940s. Modern day Navy pilots fly over the fort today when doing training exercises. You are free to explore Fort Casey from the mounted guns to the bunkers. Allow yourself about an hour here.
This is one of the best places to whale watch from land. In addition the to orcas and gray whales you’ll see, there’s also sea lions and porpoises viewable from here. Visit for a few hours from May to September to catch the whale migration.
There are a lot of lava tubes hidden in the Pacific Northwest and the Guler Ice Caves are waiting to be explored. Lasting until early summer are very delicate ice formations. Since they melt and come back yearly, each year it looks different. Spend an hour or so here and bring your camera for some one of a kind shots.
At Lake Chelan, you’ll find opportunities to boat, camp, bicycle, and fish plus enjoy the beautiful lake and surrounding mountains. This quiet tourist spot also has wineries, exciting adventures, local ale and cider brews, and a variety of dining options. It’s a great place to visit for a weekend getaway.
This zoo is home to almost 300 different species in unique habitats. See the orangutans in their open forest canopy, see the penguins swimming, and visit Banyan Wilds, the modern exhibit for tigers and sloth bears. There’s also butterflies, giraffes, and hippos. Spend 2-3 hours here to get a look at all of the animals.