Earth Day is Saturday, April 22, and while there are things you can do every day of the year to make a difference, here are five ways you can celebrate Earth Day this year in Washington State.
Travel & Adventure
From the Bavarian-inspired streets of Leavenworth to the peaks of the Olympic National Park, Michelle Glass, VP of Travel Services at AAA Washington, outlines options for you and your significant other for when you need a little love break with these romantic Washington escapes.
Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway, looking to explore more of your city or are hoping to unplug with a relaxing, nature-filled escape, Washington is home to so many fun experiences and nearby destinations that will ensure your March vacay is truly unforgettable.
Though almost all of the state begs to be explored this spring, the following are five of the best hiking trails in Washington.
Tucked away near the southern tip of Ocean Shores at the edge of the Oyhut Bay Wildlife Reserve sits a quiet, charming resort community that looks like something out of a movie…or perhaps a dream. Although Oyhut Bay Seaside Village is fairly new, its classic cottages and condos by the sea evoke an immediate sense of nostalgia.
Yes, spring may bring rainy days, but it also welcomes wine tastings, flower festivals and seaside adventures. Update your Washington spring bucket list with the help of these outdoor activities.
Ideally situated just steps from the iconic Pike Place Market, Hotel 1000 is a boutique luxury hotel located in Downtown Seattle that has so many wonderful things to offer. From waterfront views, to a full-service spa, to an on-site seafood restaurant and oyster bar, this hotel makes for the perfect weekend destination.
A sea of color awaits at the return of the highly anticipated Tulip Town in Skagit Valley on April 1. The vibrant tulips have nearly come out of their winter slumber and are ready to give you and your family some seasonal fun.
Motif Seattle is the Oz that awaits at the end of the yellow brick road of urban travel. The high-rise hotel is centrally located from many of the city’s most visited and photographed locales such as Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum and The Spheres.
On the edge of the United States and Canadian border is a cluster of islands known as the San Juans. A few hours north of Seattle, this scenic archipelago is one of the Pacific Northwest’s most treasured areas and also home to Friday Harbor, a charming beach town on San Juan Island.