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Colonel Bob Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 5.84 miles

The Colonel Bob Wilderness now contains a total of 11,961 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 1984 the Colonel Bob Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age of ...

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Wonder Mountain Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 15.28 miles

The Wonder Mountain Wilderness now contains a total of 2,349 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 1984 the Wonder Mountain Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an ...

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Mount Skokomish Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 23.89 miles

The Mount Skokomish Wilderness now contains a total of 13,015 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 1984 the Mount Skokomish Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an...

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Olympic Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 27.47 miles

The Olympic Wilderness now contains a total of 876,669 acres and is managed by the National Park Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 1988 the Olympic Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age of ...

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Copalis National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (360)-457-8451 Email: Kevin_Ryan@fws.gov Distance: 29.50 miles

Copalis Refuge consists of a portion of 870 islands, rocks, and reefs extending for more than 100 miles along Washington's Pacific coast from Cape Flattery to Copalis Beach. These islands are protected from human disturbance, yet are close to abundant ocean food sources. They are a vital sanctuary where 14 species of seabirds nest and raise their young. During migration the total populations o...

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Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge Park

2 Activites Phone: (360)-753-9467 Email: nisqually@fws.gov Distance: 31.78 miles

Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge is located within Grays Harbor Estuary, at the mouth of the Chehalis River, which makes up the second largest watershed in Washington. It is one of four major staging areas for migrating shorebirds in the Pacific Flyway. Up to one million shorebirds gather here in spring and fall to feed and rest. Grays Harbor is designated as a Western Hemisphere Shor...

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The Brothers Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 35.38 miles

The Brothers Wilderness now contains a total of 16,682 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 1984 The Brothers Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age of "...in...

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Buckhorn Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 39.89 miles

The Buckhorn Wilderness now contains a total of 44,258 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 1984 the Buckhorn Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age of "...in...

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Olympic National Forest Park

15 Activites Email: Mailroom_R6_olympic@fs.fed.us Distance: 40.06 miles

Olympic National Forest offers diverse recreation opportunities for day-trippers and vacationers alike. Visitors are rewarded with sounds of rushing rivers, lush rain forests, alpine wildflowers, and views of the Puget Sound from the many peaks on the Olympic mountain range.  Five wilderness areas offer solitude and a chance to experience the rich biodiversity the Olympic Peninsula is known for.  ...

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Quillayute Needles National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (360)-457-8451 Email: Kevin_Ryan@fws.gov Distance: 47.30 miles

Quillayute Needles Refuge consists of a portion of 870 islands, rocks, and reefs extending for more than 100 miles along Washington's coast from Cape Flattery to Copalis Beach. These islands are protected from human disturbance, yet are close to abundant ocean food sources. They are a vital sanctuary where 14 species of seabirds nest and raise their young. During migration the total population...

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Olympic National Park

Rank: 23 11 Activites Email: olym_visitor_center@nps.gov Distance: 49.66 miles

With nearly one million acres, Olympic encompasses several distinctly different ecosystems and protects a rich mosaic of natural and cultural history. Untamed rivers flow from glacier-capped peaks through valleys of old-growth forests, waves crash against a shoreline rich with life, and only trails traverse the vast interior of this internationally recognized wilderness. Come explore!

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Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Park

7 Activites Phone: (360)-753-9467 Email: Danielle_D'Auria@fws.gov Distance: 52.48 miles

Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge is located where the freshwater of the Nisqually River meets the saltwater of south Puget Sound, creating the Nisqually River Delta. The delta is a biologically-rich and diverse area that supports a variety of habitats including the estuary, freshwater wetlands and riparian woodlands. It is considered the last unspoiled major estuary in Puget Sound. The Nisqually...

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Protection Island National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (360)-457-8451 Email: Kevin_Ryan@fws.gov Distance: 61.68 miles

Protection Island Refuge is located near the mouth of Discovery Bay in the Strait of Juan de Fuca in Jefferson County, Washington. Approximately 70 percent of the nesting seabird population of Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca nest on the island, which includes one of the largest nesting colonies of rhinoceros auklets in the world and the largest nesting colony of glaucous-winged gulls in...

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Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge Park

5 Activites Phone: (360)-457-8451 Email: Kevin_Ryan@fws.gov Distance: 61.73 miles

Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge is located along the northern coast of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. The refuge hosts one of the world's longest natural sand spit, which softens the rough sea waves to form a quiet bay and harbor, gravel beaches, and tide flats. Here, eelgrass beds in the bay and harbor provide food for Pacific black brant and a nursery for young salmon and steelhead....

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Lake Washington Ship Canal National Park

5 Activites Phone: (206)-789-2622 Distance: 64.07 miles

The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks is the most popular site along the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The diversity of visitors from around the world attests to its universal appeal. The project is a combination of features: two navigation locks, a spillway dam, a fish ladder, a botanical garden, a regional visitor center and gift shop.

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Klondike Gold Rush - Seattle Unit National Historical Park

Rank: 256 1 Activites Phone: (206)-220-4240 Email: KLSE_ranger_activities@nps.gov Distance: 65.98 miles

So read the headlines of a Seattle newspaper on July 17, 1897, igniting dreams of easy riches in the minds of thousands as word of a rich gold strike in remote northwestern Canada spreads by telegraph across the globe. The Seattle unit of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park preserves the story of the subsequent stampede to the Yukon gold fields and Seattle's crucial role in this event.

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Stevens Pass Greenway National Park

Phone: (509)-548-5807 Email: info@leavenworth.org Distance: 67.61 miles

Follow the thundering Skykomish River from pastoral Puget Sound through the towering peaks of the Cascade Mountains. At Stevens Pass the byway descends sharply to the fragrant pine forests and fruit orchards of the Wenatchee River Valley. Historic communities shaped by the rugged landscape share their stories and their hospitality.

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Nara's Pacific Alaska Region - Seattle National Park

1 Activites Phone: (206)-336-5115 Email: seattle.archives@nara.gov Distance: 70.08 miles

Historical Research Original records NARA's Pacific Alaska Region (Seattle) has more than 30,000 cubic feet of archival holdings, among them textual documents, photographs, maps, and architectural drawings, dating from the 1850s to the 1980s. These archival holdings were created or received by the Federal courts and over 60 Federal agencies in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Federal law req...

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Flattery Rocks National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (360)-457-8451 Email: Kevin_Ryan@fws.gov Distance: 70.50 miles

Flattery Rocks Refuge consists of a portion of 870 islands, rocks, and reefs extending for more than 100 miles along Washington's Pacific coast from Cape Flattery to Copalis Beach. These islands are protected from human disturbance, yet are close to abundant ocean food sources. They are a vital sanctuary where 14 species of seabirds nest and raise their young. During migration the total popula...

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Clear Lake Reservoir National Park

4 Activites Phone: (509)-653-1401 Distance: 71.12 miles

Located on the North Fork of the Tieton River, 34 miles southwest of Naches, WA, Clear Lake Reservoir is created by Clear Creek Dam. The surface area of the reservoir is 260 acres. The rugged mountain terrain, surrounded by coniferous forests, creates magnificent scenic settings. Clear Lake is in the Wenatchee National Forest.

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Keystone Harbor National Park

7 Activites Phone: (206)-764-3442 Distance: 71.63 miles

Operated as part of Fort Casey State Park. Fort Casey State Park (including Keystone Spit) is comprised of 411.46 acres with 7,000 feet of freshwate frontage and 110,810 feet of saltwater shoreline on Admiralty Inlet.

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Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve Park

8 Activites Phone: (360)-678-6084 Distance: 72.37 miles

This stunning landscape at the gateway to Puget Sound, with its rich farmland and promising seaport, lured the earliest American pioneers north of the Columbia River to Ebey's Landing. Today this National Historical Reserve preserves the agricultural and cultural traditions of Ebey's Landing – both native and Euro-American – while offering spectacular opportunities for recreation.

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Mountains To Sound Greenway - I-90 National Park

Phone: (800)-544-1800 Distance: 75.65 miles

Drive east from Seattle on I-90 through pastoral valleys, lush forests and a dramatic mountain landscape. Visit historic towns and scenic spots for forest walks or challenging hikes. Cross the Cascades into a drier climate where coal mining built pioneer towns on the way to the Columbia River.

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Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Park

6 Activites Phone: (360)-484-3482 Email: charlie_stenvall@fws.gov Distance: 80.74 miles

Willapa National Wildlife Refuge is located on the shores of Willapa Bay near the Pacific Ocean. The bay is one of the most pristine estuaries in the United States. From the protected bay, Chum, Chinook, and Coho salmon move to refuge streams to spawn. The bay's shallow water and mud flats support vast beds of eelgrass and shellfish, providing spawning habitat for fish. During spring migration...

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Lewis And Clark National Wildlife Refuge Park

3 Activites Phone: (360)-795-3915 Email: Joel_David@fws.gov Distance: 82.48 miles

Lewis and Clark Refuge, near the mouth of the Columbia River, provides wintering and resting areas for an estimated 1,000 tundra swans, 5,000 geese, and 30,000 ducks. Other species include shorebirds and bald eagles. Estuary waters provide vital food resources for juvenile salmon as they pause to become acclimated to salt water before entering the Pacific Ocean. Bald eagles are present year-ro...

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