Washington National Parks
There are three Washington National Parks to visit on a fun and cheap vacation.
There are mountains, rain forests, rugged coast lines and beach areas to see in these Washington parks.
Mount Rainier National Park- Located in Southwestern Washington this is a great place to see a active volcano. Mount Rainer is the fifth highest mountain in the lower 48 states.
The mountain is massive and the top is rarely visible—but when it is, the view exposes a majestic and breathtaking mountain. There are many trails to hike.
Mount Rainier National Park - NPS Picture
North Cascades National Park - Located in Northwestern Washington this park is known for its beautiful snow covered mountain vistas and its glacier lakes that have pine trees all around. There is much wildlife, and trails that are good for family treks.
North Cascades National Park - NPS Picture
North Cascades National Park1 - NPS Picture
Olympic National Park - Located in Northwestern Washington there are Sol Duc hot springs, rain forests, rugged coastlines and skiing at Hurricane Ridge. There are mountain, rain forest and beach tracks. If you hike, look for bald eagles, elk, deer, bears and more.
Olympic National Park - NPS Picture
Note: Pictures are courtesy of the National Park Service.
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