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About Coast

From rugged coastline to dense forests to pristine lakes, the Washington Coast is a great destination for those who love adventure and exploration. With numerous Washington Coast vacation rentals along the way, you’ll never have a problem finding a comfortable place to stay. Here’s why you should add a trip to the Washington Coast to your bucket list.

Introduction to the Washington Coast

As one of the first inhabited areas in North America, the Washington Coast and larger Pacific Northwest region boast a history stretching back over 13,000 years. Today, the Washington Coast retains much of its original appeal, with rugged cliffs, green forests, and both sea and inland lakes. There’s no bad season to travel to the coast, and most visitors prefer the slightly warmer and drier seasons of spring, summer, and fall.

Transit Along the Washington Coast

If you opt to stay in an urban center like Seattle, you can take advantage of public transportation options like a light rail and a comprehensive bus system. To explore the coast to its fullest, though, plan to rent a car or drive your own. While a compact car may fit your needs, be sure it can accommodate any adventure, climbing, or camping gear you choose to pack.


At the northern end of the Washington Coast, Seattle is a logical place to start your coastal adventure. Be sure to partake in some of the capital city’s most loved attractions, like a trip to the top of the Space Needle and a visit to the Experience Music Project. Fuel up for the rest of your trip at Pike Place Market, which features products from dozens of local farmers, fishermen, and food producers.

Olympic National Park and Hoh Rain Forest

Nature lovers won’t want to miss Olympic National Park or Hoh Rain Forest, a unique and well-preserved area filled with an incomprehensible array of shades of green. Here you’ll find majestic old growth trees and extensive moss carpets, as well as both small ferns and gigantic spruce trees. Stop by the visitor’s center to learn about the long history of the rain forest, hike the various trails, and even ascend Mt. Olympus in the center of Hoh Rain Forest.

Long Beach Peninsula and Willapa Bay

Towards the southern end of the Washington Coast, Long Beach Peninsula features nearly 30 miles of hardy beaches. Whether you’re seeking solitude or company, this place offers a bit of both. You’ll find quiet spots on the beach, ...

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