Although its borders enclose an area greater than that of all New England, Washington
is the smallest of the Pacific seaboard states.
With the exception of California and Hawaii, it is more densely populated than any other
Western state. Washington State has it all - rain forests, beaches and tide pools,
unparalleled vistas, volcanoes, wildlife, glaciers, lofty mountains, wilderness, jagged
peaks, trout-laden lakes, and wild rivers. The recreational opportunities are endless,
from sportfishing and whale watching to whitewater rafting and mountain climbing. There is
fun, adventure, and challenge out there for all ages.
Travel Washington State! Maybe Tocoma, or a visit to Mount St. Helens could
lead to a trip to the world-class city of Seattle, followed by a journey to Spokane.
Washington is the smallest state west of the Rockies, so you can easily travel each
glorious region of the state! Wherever your trip takes you, you can stay at an
intimate bed and breakfast inn, out of the way romantic rustic inn, a farm B&B,
homestay bed and breakfast, historic hotel, or mountain lodge, or urban inn.
Visitors to Washington might even want to catch a college football game between the
University of Washington Huskies and their rivals, the Washington State Cougars. For the
outdoorsy, river rafting, camping and hiking are just a few of the activities you can
tackle in Washington's state parks and beyond. Washington State offers a cornucopia of
destinations as varied as its topography to fit the taste of almost any traveler. Remember
to explore the grandness of Washington by staying at a wide selection of inns to choose
from a Washington State B&B to a romantic inn.