4 Beautiful Sites In Washington You May Not Have Known Existed
Are you in the mood for adventure? Are you curious what hidden gems you can explore in Washington?
From tucked away national parks to hidden waterfalls, Washington is home to some gorgeous sites that many people don’t know about.
Spoon Creek Falls, Olympic National Park
Spoon Creek Falls is a waterfall tucked away in Olympic National Park. Take a short and sweet hike down to this unique waterfall that cascades down 70 feet in two tiers. The best time of year to visit Spoon Creek Falls is October through July. You can find the waterfall in Olympic National Park by driving up Wynoochee Valley Road.
Salt Creek Recreation Area, Port Angeles
If you’re looking for a spot to camp, or simply want to enjoy a day on the beach, Salt Creek Recreation area is a Washington gem that’s just waiting to be discovered. Tucked inside a forest of trees, Salt Creek Recreation Area is a 196-acre park full of tide pools, hiking trails, and tranquil camping spots.
Washington has over 157 miles of coastline, and Salt Creek Recreation Area is one of many underrated beaches that can be explored. Shi Shi Beach, Owen Beach, and many others are beautiful destinations for summer family vacations.
Pee Wee Falls, Pend Oreille County
Pee Wee Falls is another hidden waterfall in Washington that is worth visiting, however, you can only reach this waterfall through a watercraft. If you don’t mind paddling out to see it, this waterfall is a stunning sight.
Falls Creek Cave, Gifford Pinchot National Park
Located just outside of Carson, Falls Creek Cave is a lava cave that doesn’t require any crawling to access, unlike some other lava caves. Bring your lights, and have fun!
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