Published Feb 14, 2018
Which of these tiny towns has got it all?
"This area is truly God's country. It is postcard beautiful year round. We have awesome fishing, hunting, hiking, biking..."
via Angel G.
"…This area is truly God's country. It is postcard beautiful year round. We have awesome fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, horseback riding, boating and…"
"…What a beautiful town! You can hike in the Olympics, less than an hour away, or walk on the beautiful beaches that surround Port Townsend. You'll…"
"…Oysterville is a piece of history that's still freely accessible. It's the real, authentic version of those recreated historical towns you have to pa…"
"…La Conner is the ideal getaway! It's a walkable town that boasts fabulous dining, uncomparable shopping and charmings inns. It's a place where peopl…"
"…Friendly people, enchanting scenery, seems a million miles from Seattle when it's really just a day trip. SOOOO worth the drive!…"
"…This BEST Tiny Town is truly tiny and wonderful. "Downtown" is certainly the Mazama Store. A wide variety of food, drink, deli delights, espresso, ice…"
"…The heart of the state! Great restaurants, hiking, biking, whitewqter rafting, wine tasting, antiquing, shopping, Aplets & Cotlets and the best baker…"
"…I enjoy the outdoor farmer's markets as well as the little restaurants. There's a remodeled hotel with restaurant and indoor theater that's fun to st…"
"…360 days of sunshine per year. Over 22 wineries in Chelan/Manson area. Great camp spots. Bike
Riding encouraged, walking paths on River, boat ride …"
"…Duvall is my favorite small town. Full of character, loaded with options for eating out, wonderful parks and trails, and the friendliest people. Per…"
"…Love Coupeville! Still maintains it's "hometown" flavor- hasn't gone all "touristy" yet. Perhaps it's the isolation from the highway - but it's still…"
"…Town with a lot of character and a fabulous bakery on the main street--best maple bars in the world. …"
"…Charming shops, great restaurants, and the view is amazing! I hope everyone agrees that Eastsound is the clear choice for "BEST Tiny Town" in Evening…"
"…DON'T BLINK....... When drive thru.....
Darling town about 2 blocks long with lots of history! Train station, Train restaurant with the best Smoked …"
"…City Park and gateway to recreation. Glacier Peak Wilderness; meadows, lakes and glaciers.…"
"…I grew up in Duvall (which I also love), lived in Bellevue and West Seattle, but really missed the Snoqualmie Valley. Fall City was perfect for my hus…"
"…Gig Harbor is the best little tourist town in the Northwest! Drive down to the historic downtown waterfront and see breathtaking views of Mt. Rainier …"
"…A little town with a lot going on. Cabins to rent that are more like 5 star houses tucked here and there in forest settings. Only a half hour to su…"
"…City Of Ilwaco is built around beautiful fishing port and boat yard. located in the port or near by are gourmet restaurants, up scale gift shops, nati…"
"…Ashford could use a few more high quality stores and activities in town, such as a nice mountaineering museum!…"
"…Burien has been improving year after year. Old Burien is picturesque with great local shops (try the kitchen shop!). The Danish bakery has been sellin…"
"…This town is so very unique. The authentic board sidewalks, and western themed store fronts make it feel like you're in a real western town! I have be…"
"…Poulsbo is a real gem. The Scandinavian building are real historic era not prefab to draw tourism. The gifts and galleries are interesting, there is…"
"…First off the people are wonderful! I have yet to run into someone rude. There is a little of everything in Roslyn. From the famous Roslyn Cafe, to…"
"…26 miles of driveable beach, but it's nice and wide so if you are walking or wanting to have a bonfire, there's plenty of room for everyone, people in…"
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