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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.
The Olympic Sculpture Park is a part of the Seattle Art Museum but is so unique, it’s a must see in and of itself. It’s free and open to the public. There are nine acres here of paths, sculptures, and a beach and is one of the only green spaces in Downtown Seattle. Spend an afternoon here seeing the outdoor art.
This is a trail for serious hikers and climbers. Every mile gains a thousand feet of elevation, but if you stick it out, it’s worth it. You’ll see meadows, streams, rocky paths, and gorgeous views. Spend a few hours in the morning or afternoon getting to the summit.
This lodge is located on the coastline at Olympic National Park. When you spend the weekend here, you get to choose from a room in the lodge, cabins, or the nearby Seacrest House. Or, you can always camp at their website. They also don’t have any internet access or televisions in the rooms. This is a place to truly unplug and recharge.
This mountain retreat sits 50 feet off the ground in a red cedar tree. The owner built it himself. It has enough space for five people and is quite accommodating, with a bathroom, kitchen, and dining area. And of course, as you would imagine when spending a weekend in a treehouse, the views are amazing.
Once the home of the Benewah Creamery Company, it served as a kind of concession stand when it was first erected in the 1930s. Since then, it’s been used for a variety of different things. It was added to the list of historic places in 1985. Next time you’re in Spokane, take a few minutes to stop and have a closer look.