Are you looking for a place to go this fall to relax and blow off some steam and stress? But you are tired of visiting LA over and over again and are unaware of where to go somewhere new with a fulfilling experience. In that case, look no further than South Sound Washington.
South Sound Washington is one of the most underrated and underappreciated areas in the entirety of the US. Clear air, beautiful attractions, and plenty of fun activities to divulge into in South Sound Washington.
Below, we have listed the five best activities and places to visit.
Located in Puget Sound, Bainbridge Island is a short ferry ride west of downtown Seattle. It is one of the most beautiful Islands that an area full of them has to offer.
Discover numerous activities on the island, including the Bloedel Reserve and the Fay Bainbridge Park and Campground.
Blake Island is a small island located south of Bainbridge Island. It has been named a State Park. The State Park and The Island itself are both breathtakingly gorgeous.
This place can be accessed by boat or by hiking its various trails. It also has peaceful beaches and trails that lead to scenic views of Mt. Rainier.
There are numerous fun and engaging activities for people, whether they are visiting alone, in couples, or with their family.
Chihuly Garden and Glass
The Chihuly Garden and Glass museum is located in Seattle's Lower Queen Anne neighborhood. It gets its name from the famous artist Dale Chihuly, whose glassworks are displayed in the museum.
Inaugurated in May of 2012, it has a variety of interesting and beautiful exhibitions to display.
From Yoga Under Glass, The Art of Taiichi, Exploration of Drawing, A Closer Look, and various other attractions, it is a definite easy decision when it comes to places to visit.
It is also surrounded by various popular attractions, such as the Space Needle and the Pacific Science Center, making a trip convenient to your overall exploration timetable.
Located in Washington, this strait connects two islands, namely Whidbey Island and Fidalgo Island. Two bridges span the area, and it’s also known as a State Park, which is one of the most visited State Parks in all of Washington.
Visitors can swim in Cranberry Lake, cross those incredibly high bridges or go shell searching by the beachfront.
But for us, our favorite part of the experience is the hike. Take in the stunning sunset and hike through the green forests for a truly once-in-a-lifetime kind of experience (though you can always return for more!).
Located in Seattle, Washington, Discovery Park is a 534-acre park with over 11 miles of hiking trails. It is the largest public park in Seattle.
It features numerous miles of scenic walking trails, including the Olympic Mountain Ranges and the Cascade Mountain ranges, and is bordered by protected tidal beaches. It also has a play area, swimming pool, hiking trails, and basketball and tennis courts.