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Washington State has been referred to as America's vacationland and it is easy to see why. One visit to this unique region and you will want to come back again and again. Washington State Travel Information For Northwest WashingtonWashington State is perhaps best known for its delicious apples and pears, but the Lynden WA area is also the raspberry capitol of the country and beautiful Mt. Baker is popular with skiers and snowboards not just from Washington State but across British Columbia as well. 

Avid hikers flock to Larrabee State Park and Cyclist are drawn to beautiful Chuckanut drive-- considered one of the most scenic drives in all of Washington and is a segment of the exciting new Millennium Trial system. This exciting project provides cyclist with a route that reaches the Canadian border in Blaine WA and has numerous waterfront vistas and campsites along the way. Plans are being drawn up to extend the Millennium trail from Canada all the way down through California to the Mexican border.

WA TRAVEL Guide & Information LinkTulip Time

The annual Skagit county tulip festival has delighted millions of visitors over the years with its spectacular display of color. Words can almost not describe the beauty your eyes are seeing. Make sure you bring extra memory sticks-- You won't be able to stop taking pictures.

San Juan Islands

Wa State Travel Guide Information Link To Marine HighwayThe San Juan Islands are home to numerous bald eagles, dolphins, seals, and a number of pods of resident killer whales, more commonly known these days as Orca whales. Whale watching excursions depart from WA REAL ESTATE INFORMATION - TRAVEL GUIDE PAGEnumerous ports around the sound such as, Friday harbor, Anacortes, Port Angeles, and Bellingham Washington.  Washington State is also home to numerous state and national parks, such as the Olympic National park, Larrabee state park, and the magnificent & fascinating Mt. St. Helen's Volcanic park.

No trip to Washington state is complete without a visit to Seattle, Washington's largest city with a variety of things to see and do. Visit the Air Museum, Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Take a tour of Lake Union, Lake Washington, and the Locks. 

Link to Olympic National Park Visitor GuideThe natural beauty and quality of life have long lured world famous corporations such as Microsoft and Boeing to the state, as well as other numerous high tech companies. Areas such as Anacortes, Blaine, and Bellingham Washington have become popular with retirees looking for a truly special place to enjoy their hard earned retirement.

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Beautiful Bellingham Bay Overlooking the Alaska Marine Highway System Ferry Terminal.   Bellingham Washington
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