I have visited the state countless times visiting all the national parks, and exploring the city with my girlfriend whose a Seattle local. The state has so much to offer visitors and is a “must visit”!
July–September is the busy season and the best time for warm, dry days good for hiking and exploring Seattle. July and August are the warmest and driest months in Washington great for tree canopy climbing and swimming or boating the ocean on the west coast. Most visitors opt to visit in summer and early fall.
If you are a budget traveler, visit in the winter or spring in the off-season for better rates and savings. Washington has great skiing and snowshoeing and the winters are relatively mild.
These 15 unique places to stay in Seattle will have you packing your bags and on a plane stat. Perhaps you would like to stay in a jungle oasis or a tiny home. What about a tree house? This list of unique places to stay has all different types of spaces to meet your needs.
North Cascades National Park covers more than 2 million acres, of federally designated wilderness, making it one of the largest parks in the lower 48 states. I’ve put together this ultimate hiking & camping guide to help you plan your North Cascades National Park getaway and make the most of your time there.