The Most Instagrammable Spots In Washington

The Most Instagrammable Spots In Washington

From Washington’s rugged coastlines, tranquil islands and snow capped peaks, to its culinary treasures, quaint towns and urban hotspots such as Seattle, this is a seriously slick state. Home to grunge and coffee, as well as rainforests, it’s quite unique.

As it’s such a beautiful state, we wanted to nail down the 7 best places to get an Instagram shot for that perfect travel photo. Get the camera out for these photogenic places…

Washington Instagram Spots

1. Palouse Falls

Palouse Falls is a 105 acre camping park where you will instantly feel at one with nature, be rewarded with great views and feel the escape from the urban life.


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2. Kerry Park

Walk up here and photograph not just one of the best Seattle Instagram shots but one that’s up there with any in the world. Absolutely stunning.


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3. The Freeway Park

Tucked away the heart of the city is this concrete artwork masterpiece. You’ll find all the right angles here to get your perfect Instagram shot.


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4. Hurricane Ridge

Hurricane Ridge is a mountainous area in Washington’s Olympic National Park which looks every bit as pretty in the summer light as it does when capped with snow.


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5. Olympic National Park

The park features multiple ecosystems including the Olympic Mountains to ancient forests.  Mt. Olympus is a huge focus but the coastline and trekking are also as good as it gets.


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6. Tacoma Sunset

The city looks absolutely spectacular with the mountain in the background and a sunset bathing it in gorgeous natural light.


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7. Lake Crescent

You’ll find this deep lake on Route 101 and the lake is the second deepest in the state. It’s known for its exceptionally blue waters that are a joy to behold in the summer months.


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June 30, 2019 9:22 pm

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August 21, 2019 5:18 pm

There are far more beautiful areas in Eastern Washington than just Palouse Falls. 6 of your 7 suggestions are in Western Washington. Lazy research here. Articles like this make the rest of the country think that every person from Washington State originates from Seattle.

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