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Big Quilcene Estuary

The Big Quilcene Estuary lies on the Quilcene bay on the coast of Jefferson County, Washington in north-west Washington state on the Olympic Peninsula.

                                               

Big Quilcene River

The Big Quilcene River is a river on the Olympic Peninsula in the U.S. state of Washington. It rises in the Buckhorn Wilderness near Marmot Pass, south of Buckhorn Mountain, and near Boulder Ridge. It flows generally east through the Olympic Moun ...

                                               

Birdsview, Washington

A post office called Birdsview was established in 1881, and remained in operation until 1934. The community was named for Birdsey "Bird" Minkler, an early postmaster.

                                               

Brown Cove

                                               

Cape George, Washington

Cape George is an unincorporated community on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state. It lies along the eastern shore of Discovery Bay on the western coast of the Quimper Peninsula in eastern Jefferson County.

                                               

Case Inlet

Case Inlet, in southern Puget Sound in the U.S. state of Washington, is an arm of water between Key Peninsula on the east and Hartstine Island on the west. Its northern end, called North Bay, reaches nearly to Hood Canal, creating the defining is ...

                                               

Center, Washington

Center is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County, Washington, United States. Center was so named because it was at one point considered to be the center of Jefferson County, although it is now significantly to the east. Center is not a t ...

                                               

Chimacum, Washington

Chimacum is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County, Washington, United States, located in the center of the primary agricultural area of the eastern Olympic Peninsula. It was named after the Chimakum group of Indigenous Americans that li ...

                                               

Clearwater River (Queets River)

The Clearwater River is a river situated on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. It is the main tributary of the Queets River. The Clearwater River is 39 miles long. Its drainage basin is 61.5 square miles in area. The Clearwaters main tributarie ...

                                               

Clearwater, Washington

Clearwater is an unincorporated community in western Jefferson County, Washington, United States. Clearwater is located along the Clearwater River and is a primarily timberlands with limited private ownership. The community is just outside the bo ...

                                               

Cornet Bay

                                               

Cornet, Washington

                                               

Coveland, Washington

Coveland was laid out in 1850. The community was named for nearby Penns Cove. A post office called Coveland was established in 1857, and remained in operation until 1881.

                                               

Coyle, Washington

A post office called Coyle was established in 1908, and remained in operation until 1928. The community was named after George Coyle, an early settler.

                                               

Crockett Lake

Crockett Lake is a lake in Island County, Washington at an elevation of 0 feet. The Crockett family homesteaded the site in 1850-ies, and gave the lake its name.

                                               

Cultus Bay

Cultus Bay is a bay in Island County, in the U.S. state of Washington. The cult-this name comes from the Chinook jargon means "worthless". The cult of the Gulf river estuary was diked off, reducing the Airways open exchange. Tide-gates and small ...

                                               

Deepwater Bay (Washington)

Deepwater Bay is a saltwater bay of the Salish Sea on the southeast side of Cypress Island in the U.S. state of Washington. It was the site of an unintentional release of aquaculture-raised Atlantic salmon in 2017, the Cypress Island Atlantic sal ...

                                               

Destruction Island

Destruction Island is a 30-acre island located approximately 3.5 miles off the Washington coast. Home to seabirds, shorebirds, and marine mammals, it is part of the Quillayute Needles National Wildlife Refuge. The Hoh Indians used to frequent the ...

                                               

Dewey, Skagit County, Washington

                                               

Dome Peak

Dome Peak is a high, massive, glaciated mountain in the Glacier Peak Wilderness of Washingtons North Cascades. The remote location of Dome Peak, combined with its height, make it a less common destination for Cascade Range mountaineers. Dome Peak ...

                                               

Donovan Creek Estuary

The Donovan Creek Estuary lies on the Quilcene bay on the coast of Jefferson County, Washington in north-west Washington state on the Olympic Peninsula.

                                               

Double Bluff Beach

Double Bluff Beach on Whidbey Island in the U.S. state of Washington is considered by many to be the best beach on the Southern end of the island, with its offering of shellfish harvest and at times total solitude. The beach tidelands themselves ...

                                               

Duckabush River

The Duckabush River is located in the Olympic Peninsula in Washington, United States. It rises near Mount Duckabush in the Olympic Mountains within the Olympic National Park and drains to Hood Canal, an arm of Puget Sound. In Duckabush name comes ...

                                               

Dungeness River

The Dungeness River is a 28-mile long river located in the Olympic Peninsula in the U.S. state of Washington. It rises near Mount Constance in the Olympic Mountains within the Olympic National Park, flows through the Buckhorn Wilderness, passes b ...

                                               

Ehrlich, Washington

Ehrlich is an extinct town in Skagit County, in the U.S. state of Washington. A post office called Ehrlich was established in 1896 and remained in operation until 1915. The community was named after O. F. Ehrlich, owner of a nearby mill.

                                               

Eldon, Washington

Eldon is an unincorporated community in Mason County, Washington, United States. Eldon is located along U.S. Route 101 on the scenic Hood Canal. Eldon features a small store and several recreational areas and businesses catering to travellers and ...

                                               

Fidalgo Island

Fidalgo Island is an island in Skagit County, Washington, located about 60 mi north of Seattle. To the east, it is separated from the mainland by the Swinomish Channel, and from Whidbey Island to the south by Deception Pass. The island is named a ...

                                               

Fidalgo, Washington

                                               

Gardiner, Washington

Gardiner is an unincorporated community in Jefferson County, Washington, United States. Gardiner is located on the Miller Peninsula, on the Northern coast of the Olympic Peninsula on discovery Bay, which is part of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Gar ...

                                               

Gibraltar, Washington

                                               

Glendale, Washington

Glendale was founded around 1907, and was descriptively named. A post office called Glendale was established in 1905, and remained in operation until 1943.

                                               

Grant, Washington

A post office called Grant was established in 1901, and remained in operation until 1920. Mary Grant, an early postmaster, gave the community her name.

                                               

Grapeview, Washington

Grapeview is a census-designated place in Mason County, Washington, United States. The population was 954 at the 2010 census. It was part of the former Allyn-Grapeview CDP that was broken up into Allyn and Grapeview in 2010. Grapeview is connecte ...

                                               

Gray Wolf River

                                               

Hart Island (Washington)

Hart Island is a minor island in Washington. It is located near the city of Sedro-Woolley on the Skagit River, and is carved out by the Hart Slough. Debays Island is adjacent to Hart Island.

                                               

Hoodsport, Washington

Hoodsport is a census-designated place in Mason County, Washington, United States. The population was 376 at the 2010 census. Hoodsport is located along the Hood Canal, at the intersection of U.S. Route 101 and State Route 119. Lake Cushman is 5 ...

                                               

Indian Island, Washington

Indian Island is an Unincorporated community in Jefferson County, Washington, United States. The whole island is covered by the Marrowstone CDP. It is located between Port Townsend Bay and Kilisut Harbor. Parts also border on Oak Bay and Scow Bay ...

                                               

Ink Blot Natural Area Preserve

Ink Blot Natural Area Preserve is a Washington state Natural Area Preserve located in Mason County. The preserve totals 153 acres, mostly wetlands and Sphagnum bogs in three parallel glacier-formed basins. The reserve was established in 2010 with ...

                                               

Jordan Creek Falls

Jordan Creek Falls drops 588 feet along Jordan Creek in Skagit County, Washington. The cascade has a run of 250 feet and is fed by two large lakes and a large watershed. The falls elevation is at 3.086 feet.

                                               

Keystone, Island County, Washington

Keystone is a small unincorporated community on Whidbey Island in Island County, Washington, in the northwestern United States. It is near the Coupeville Ferry Landing, a dock for the Washington State Ferries route to Port Townsend that provides ...

                                               

Lake Cushman, Washington

Lake Cushman is an unincorporated community on the shores of Lake Cushman in Mason County, Washington, United States. It is also known as Cushman, and is sometimes considered part of the town of Hoodsport. It also features a small state park, Hoo ...

                                               

Lake Kokanee

Lake Kokanee, also known as Lower Lake Cushman, is a 150-acre reservoir on the North Fork of the Skokomish River in Mason County, Washington. The lake is maintained by Cushman Dam No. 2, providing electrical power to the Tacoma Power system.

                                               

Leland, Washington

A post office called Leland was established in 1881, and remained in operation until 1959. The communitys name was phonetically derived from the first letters of each of the names of one Laura E. Andrews, an early settler.

                                               

Lilliwaup, Washington

Lilliwaup is a small unincorporated community in Mason County, Washington, United States. It is located on the west shore of Hood Canal at the mouth of Lilliwaup Creek. U.S. Route 101 passes through the town.

                                               

Little Quilcene Estuary

The Little Quilcene Estuary lies on the Quilcene bay on the coast of Jefferson County, Washington in north-west Washington state on the Olympic Peninsula.

                                               

Little Skookum Inlet

Little Skookum Inlet is a branch of southern Puget Sound which extends westward from Totten Inlet. The community of Kamilche, Washington is on Little Skookum Inlet.

                                               

Mabana, Washington

A post office called Mabana was established in 1912, and remained in operation until 1936. The communitys name is an amalgamation of the name of Mabel Anderson, the child of a first settler.

                                               

Mason Lake

Mason Lake is a natural elongated lake south of Belfair, Washington, United States in Mason County. Named for Charles H. Mason, the first secretary of Washington Territory, the lake is on the isthmus of the Kitsap Peninsula between the Hood Canal ...

                                               

Matlock, Washington

Matlock is an unincorporated community in Mason County, Washington, United States. Matlock is the primary population center for the western part of Mason County, a sporadically populated logging area. The most notable sites are the church, food b ...

                                               

Maxwelton, Washington

Maxwelton is a mostly summer unincorporated community located on the south end of Whidbey Island, Washington. A post office called Maxwelton was founded in 1908 and remained in operation until 1924. The community was named in honor of Maxwelltown ...

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