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The Pacific coast - You can\'t argue with a gentle ocean breeze that soothes you or a raging storm that entertains you as you eat fresh seafood on the shore. Life is good. A volcano near the ocean in the west becomes a sea of mountains and forests and dark diamond lakes as you travel east into some of the most accessible and spectacular wilderness on the planet. The forests and beaches and mountains are here together, to amaze you and soothe you. Hells Canyon and Umatilla National Forest are places you talk about forever.

These are among some the most spectacular and interesting areas you\'ll experience during your visit to Washington State. From natural wonders like the rainforests and towering volcanos, to manmade structures like the Space Needle and the Grand Coulee Dam. Visit them up close; come to Washington State.

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The wealth of wildlife to be found along the strait of Juan de Fuca offers a spectacular opportunity for nature watching. Migrating Gray Whales stream by in Spring and a few spend all year feeding in the Strait. They are often seen playing in the quiet waters in front of the resort. Bird watchers delight in the many species of ducks and shore birds that can be spotted in our area. Nearby nesting Bald Eagles can be seen fishing and raising their young. Snow Creek Resort is in the ideal central location for hiking the wilderness coast and visiting the Makah Museum. Snow Creek Resort offers saltwater fishermen excellent access to the best fishing areas at Neah Bay. Snow Creek Resort also has the facilities that will make launching your fishing boat as easy as 1, 2, 3. You will be able to spend many comfortable nights at Snow Creek Resort in either your own RV, tent or in one of the cozy cabins or that are available for rent. There is also a full compliment of fishing tackle and bait at Snow Creek Resort. Snow Creek is also a Washington State department of Fisheries facility.

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