The state of Washington is well-known for the plethora of experiences it offers in the great outdoors. It is nicknamed the “Evergreen State,” as much of the land is forest. Washington is home to the only rainforest in the continental united states, the Hoh Rain Forest, which is also a part of the Olympic Peninsula National Park. Washington offers nature lovers several other National Parks to visit such as, Mt. Rainier, Mt. Saint Helens, and Mt. Baker. However, for water lovers, a boat hire in Washington can offer equally as exciting opportunities in discovering marine life as well as the state's stunning coast, lakes, and islands. Go to Bellevue, and enjoy boating around in Lake Washington, it’s the second-largest natural lake in the state. Many of the quaint towns surrounding the lake have parks for picnicking. Mercer Island, found in the middle of the lake, also has a fishing pier, public swimming areas, and barbeques for you to use! Or hire a boat in Seattle, Washington’s biggest city, and admire the sun setting over the Olympic Mountains in the distance. From Seattle, check out some of these popular boating destinations: Victoria, Puget Sound, Shoreline, Tacoma, and Edmonds.
Seattle, an ideal starting point in discovering the unparalleled natural beauty of the US's Pacific Northwest Coast. Many who hire a boat in Washington start by exploring the Puget Sound. It is a 100-mile estuary with many basins and waterways that interconnect. For longer boat trips, consider going towards the Olympic Penninsula and admire more than 70 miles of unspoiled beaches. "Must-see" beaches include Second Beach near the town of La Push and Rialto Beach, a prime surfing spot.
Click&Boat allows you to personalize your trip, from finding the right boat, with or without a skipper, to then choosing your ideal destination. Our team is committed to satisfying your boating needs and answer any questions that you may have. So hire a boat in Washington, and start exploring!
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