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Ecotourism - Resorts and Lodges in Washington
With such stunning scenery, it comes as no surprise that Washington strives to preserve its pristine mountain peaks, lush woodlands, and Pacific coastline. Come observe and appreciate nature at The Semiahmoo Resort, whose tide pools, estuaries, and waterways attract thousands of geese, ducks, gulls, loons, and shorebirds each year. This area was recently named on the Audubon Society’s list as one of the state’s top birding destinations. Drayton Harbor also attracts a high population of endangered species including the bald eagle, peregrine falcon, and marbled murrelet. Only 200 yards from the entrance of Mt. Rainier National Park, Stone Creek Lodge at Mt. Rainier is the perfect base camp for the eco-friendly traveler. Explore Mt. Rainier's miles of trails, which boast breathtaking scenery, deep old-growth forests, rushing streams, flower-dotted meadows, and massive glaciers.
The Olympic Peninsula of Washing offers a bevy of outdoor areas to explore on your own, or with the help of highly qualified guides. The Quinault Rain Forest offers a picture perfect backdrop for the resort, and is the perfect spot for outdoor adventures during your stay. You can also utilize miles of hiking and biking trails in the Olympic...
Snug Harbor Marina Resort is proud to unite with the Center for Whale Research to offer unforgettable outdoor experiences during your time in the San Juan Islands. Besides exciting charters to see the whales in their natural habitat, they provide important information on the whale population for their conservation. Spend the afternoon learning from...
Washington Top List Picks
When it comes to the best locations for a weekend getaways, your activities may differ but lodging is always a category where you want the best. Washington is a unique location because of its varying... more
As the Columbia River meanders through the gorge, forests of cedars and pines tower up the edges of cliffs and mountains looking down on lakes, hot springs, creeks, and waterfalls splashing into the... more