Spring break season is finally here! 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.
Travel & Adventure
A Weekend in…Seabrook
Transport yourself to Seabrook, one of Washington’s top hidden gems located along the scenic Washington Coast. Experience the excellence, natural beauty, cozy lodging and complete ocean escape that Seabrook has to offer–all while taking in the Pacific Northwest landscapes and the serene backdrop of the Pacific Ocean.
Winterfest at Lake Chelan
Known for its snow-capped surroundings and glacier-filled waters, Downtown Lake Chelan is the ultimate winter wonderland and the perfect place to gather with loved ones and celebrate the chilly season at the annual Winterfest from Jan. 14 to Jan. 23.
Coziest Spots to Visit in Seattle
Washington is a notoriously rainy and often cold state—so naturally, it’s also a prime destination for all things cozy too. We’d argue that few things are better than curling up with a good book or cup of coffee, especially if you’re settled someplace cozy. Seattle—rather unsurprisingly—is home to a lot of these quaint and charming hidden gems that are even more alluring come winter.
A Weekend on…Bainbridge Island
Located in western Washington, Bainbridge Island is a rapidly growing go-to travel destination for many Washington natives and visitors to the Evergreen State. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast, foodie or history buff, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Seattle Holiday Hotel Packages
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and out-of-towners and locals alike are looking to get into the festive spirit in Seattle. From romantic escapes to family-friendly stays, here are just a few of Seattle’s top holiday hotel packages and specials.
A Winter Escape to Amangani
Before the hustle and bustle of the holidays, Washington residents can escape to a luxurious vacation at Jackson Hole’s Amangani, which is a two-hour flight from Seattle. The resort is offering a new winter hot springs experience, thrilling ski trips and some snow fun for the little ones, too.
A Weekend in…Walla Walla
The city of Walla Walla, meaning “many waters,” is well known for its famous sweet onions but has also made its mark as one of the most-sought after wine regions in the United States. Located about 300 miles east of Seattle, this charming city has so much to offer.
8 Wineries & Tasting Rooms in Washington
If you’re looking to sample new vino flavors and get lost in a vineyard this fall, look no further than Washington as your next wine destination. Outside of California, the state actually produces more wine than any other in the U.S. And with picturesque untouched landscapes set as the backdrop, Washington is truly a can’t-miss stop for top-notch vino. Here are some of the best wineries and tasting rooms to visit in Washington.
Seasons at Semiahmoo: Fall Fest
If the crispy marine air that fills the atmosphere around Blaine’s Semiahmoo Resort isn’t enough of a kickstart to autumn, you’ll definitely be celebrating with hot cider, beach bonfires and more during Seasons at Semiahmoo: Fall Fest.