Welcome visitor can you Log In or Create an Account

Call us now: +5999 6637989

100 Best Things to Do in Washington State (WA) 8/20

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.


36. World’s Skinniest Latte Shop (Friday Harbor)

This tiny cafe was built in an alley between two buildings and is so small, there isn’t any room for seating. They have a selection of coffee drinks, ice cream, and juices. Stop in and get something to go when you’re spending a day in Friday Harbor.


37. Skagit Valley Tulip Festival (Mt Vernon)

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is a month long event that happens in April to coincide with the tulip blooms. There are so many events happening throughout the month, you’ll have to check to see what is happening specifically when you plan a weekend visit here. Some of the activities include concerts, art shows, bike tours, petting zoos, parades, barbecues, and even a basketball tournament.


38. Harbor Days Festival (Olympia)

Labor Day weekend, tugboats and the Harbor Day festival have been taking over Olympia for more than 40 years. They have a variety of activities, including an arts and crafts show, tugboat races, paddle board races, as well as free McDonald’s fries. Stop by for an afternoon and be sure to watch a race.


39. Discover Sea Kayak (Friday Harbor)

This is a full service kayak and bike rental shop in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. You can take a full day, half day, sunset, or bioluminescence kayak tour which are led by knowledgeable guides who know that small groups are the best way to catch sight of an orca. You can also rent bikes here and spend a long day exploring the island.


40. Cape Flattery Trail (Flattery)

Cape Flattery is the northwesternmost point in the continental United States. This unique trail goes through an indian reservation and is made of a cedar plank boardwalk for a ¾ mile hike. It only takes about twenty minutes or so and the view is absolutely spectacular. Keep on the look out for eagles, otters, octopi, and other animals that have made this place home.



No votes yet