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Counties in Washington that I have Visited

There are 39 counties in Washington
The Evergreen State

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Washington County Outline Map

Washington, courtesy of: Mob Rule

I have visited 23 Counties = 59.0% of Counties in Washington

Pacific Northwest Coastline

Cape Disappointment,
Mouth of the Columbia River

State Capitol in Olympia
State Highpoint at Mount Rainier

Interesting Washington county trivia

There are 30 states that have a county named Washington. Washington State, however, is not one of them. There is a town called George, Washington though.

Counties in Washington

Below are the 39 counties in Washington. Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it. Those counties that I have visited are in Red. If I have a photograph or other item associated with a county somewhere else on my website, there will also be a link.
  1. Adams
  2. Asotin: You Complete Me
  3. Benton: Will the County Seat Move?; Kennewick
  4. Chelan
  5. Clallam: Ultralineamentum (Neah Bay); West Coast Sunrises over Water; Proof!; Going Postal
  6. Clarke: Fighting Words; Union Jack over the USA; Grotian Traditions, Thalwegs and Winner Take All
  7. Columbia
  8. Cowlitz
  9. Douglas
  10. Ferry: What Crosses an Airport Runway?
  11. Franklin: Sacajawea State Park
  12. Garfield: Smallest county population in Washington (2,397 people in 2000 Census); Life is Hard
  13. Grant: Presidential Places; Grand Coulee Dam
  14. Grays Harbor: Where They Lived as Children
  15. Island
  16. Jefferson: More Geo-BREWities
  17. King: Largest county population in Washington (1,737,034 people in 2000 Census); Seattle Harbor; Pike Brewing Co.; Bothell: A Town's Odd Streets and Enclaves; Practically Insignificant; Eruvin; Center of the Universe; Low Clearance; World's Fair Towers; Woonerf; Largest Artificial Islands; Snoqualmie Falls; Gargantuan Garages; Checkerboarding; All In a Name
  18. Kitsap: Flip-Flopping
  19. Kittitas
  20. Klickitat
  21. Lewis
  22. Lincoln: Presidential Layers
  23. Mason
  24. Okanogan: Largest county in Washington (5,268 square miles); Grand Coulee Dam
  25. Pacific: Cape Disappointment, Mouth of the Columbia River; The Final Leg
  26. Pend Oreille: You Complete Me
  27. Pierce: Over the Road; Three American Moscows; Fort Nisqually Historic Site; Bighorn Brewing Company; Harmon Brewery & Restaurant
  28. San Juan: Smallest county in Washington (175 square miles); English Camp - where the Union Jack over the USA; TGIF
  29. Skagit: La Conner; La Conner Brewing Company
  30. Skamania
  31. Snohomish: Iconic Views; Everett Sunset; Scuttlebutt Brewing Co.; Bothell: A Town's Odd Streets and Enclaves
  32. Spokane: In the 4th of July Spirit
  33. Stevens
  34. Thurston: Rock Bands with Geographic Names; Fish Brewing Co. / Fishbowl Pub; Presidential Layers
  35. Wahkiakum: The Final Leg
  36. Walla Walla: Ice Harbor Lock & Dam; Iconic Views
  37. Whatcom: Going Postal; Damfino; Stranded by an International Border; Orchard Street Brewing Co.
  38. Whitman
  39. Yakima

Quick facts about Washington


(1) U.S. Census Bureau FedStats - MapStats: 2000 Land Area; United States.
(2) U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder: 2005 Population Estimates; Table GCT-T1.