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No rows of high-rise hotels or conspicuous condos here – just natural beauty, historical flavor and elegant accommodations. Washington’s coast is much more than a beach destination. Native Americans thrived here for thousands of years before Lewis and Clark first sighted the Pacific Ocean from Washington. Now families and lovers come to snuggle and watch the waves do somersaults on the sand.

Washington State Ferry

Washington State Ferry at Sunset by Russell Barlow

Updated:04/23/19The Washington State Ferry System   The Washington State Ferry system services the islands of Washington as well as connecting the mainland with the peninsula and other points.  The system even connects to Victoria, British Columbia. Traveling by ferry is a state of mind as much as a means of transportation to some of the […]

Washington State Coastline Area Info

Washington State Coastline Driftwood

Updated:10/7/16Washington State Coastline Along the Washington State coastline adventure abounds on both land and sea, be it birding or whale watching, kite flying or winter storm watching, horseback riding or clam digging. Abundant oysters and fish are the freshest anywhere, whether you catch them yourself or just order them in a restaurant. And remember to […]