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100 Best Things to Do in Washington State (WA) 10/20

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.


46. Miner’s Landing at Pier 57 (Seattle)

Have some food, ride the Seattle Great Wheel and the carousel, ride Wings over Washington. Come to Miner’s Landing at Pier 57 to explore some of the history of the area but also have a fun filled afternoon with your family.


47. Apple Capital Loop Trail (Chelan County)

For ten miles of multiuse paved trail circling the Columbia River, try the Apple Capital Loop Trail. The trail takes you through four different parks that offer a variety of activities from a narrow gauge railroad to boating to camping. You’ll also find trails, interesting bridges, and an all around great way to spend a weekend.


48. Goldendale Observatory State Park (Goldendale)

Opened in 1973, this observatory sits on a hilltop 2,100 feet above the town of Goldendale. There’s different things to see at different times of the year as the sky changes with the seasons. Spend an evening here learning all about the stars above you in the dark night sky.


49. Codger Pole (Colfax)

For one of those weird and wonderful things you find while traveling in this country, stop in Colfax to see the Codger. It’s a 65 foot tall sculpture that celebrates a football match played in 1988 that was a rematch of a game that had originally taken place in 1938. All of the players’ heads are carved into the pole. Stop for a quick picture when driving through Colfax.


50. Columbia Hills State Park (Lyle)

If you’re into rock climbing, swimming, hiking, boating, and amazing scenery, this is a must see. Spend a day rock climbing on Horsethief Butte, hiking the trails of the Dalles Mountain Ranch, or just taking in the beautiful views of Mount Adams and Mount Hood.



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