Counties in Washington that I have Visited
There are 39 counties in Washington
The Evergreen State
Washington, courtesy of: Mob Rule
I have visited 23 Counties = 59.0% of Counties in Washington
Quick facts about Washington
- Location: See map below.
- Size(1): 66,544 square miles. Washington is the 20th largest state. The next larger state is Oklahoma and the next smaller state is Georgia.
- Population(2): 6,287,759 people. Washington is the 14th most populous state. The next more populous state is Massachusetts and the next less populous state is Indiana.
- Population Density: 94.49 people per square mile. Washington is the 25th most densely populated state. The next more densely populated state is Wisconsin and the next less densely populated state is Louisiana.
- Bordering States: Washington shares a border with 2 states: Oregon and Idaho.
- Admission to the Union: November 11, 1889. Washington was the 42nd state admitted to the Union, after Montana and before Idaho.
- Capital: Olympia.
- Highest Point: 14,411 feet at Mount Rainier. See SummitPost's Mount Rainier page.
- Lowest Point: Sea Level at the Pacific Ocean.
- Government website: Access Washington - Official State Government Website.
- Official Tourism website: Experience Washington.
- Still not enough? See Wikipedia's Washington page.
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 WashingtonBelow 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 Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it.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.
- Clallam: Ultralineamentum (Neah Bay); West Coast Sunrises over Water
- Garfield: Smallest county population in Washington (2,397 people in 2000 Census).
- Grays Harbor
- 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
- Okanogan: Largest county in Washington (5,268 square miles).
- Pacific: Cape Disappointment, Mouth of the Columbia River
- Pend Oreille
- Pierce: Fort Nisqually Historic Site; Bighorn Brewing Company; Harmon Brewery & Restaurant
- San Juan: Smallest county in Washington (175 square miles); English Camp - where the Union Jack over the USA.
- Skagit: La Conner; La Conner Brewing Company
- Snohomish: Everett Sunset; Scuttlebutt Brewing Co.; Bothell: A Town's Odd Streets and Enclaves
- Thurston: Fish Brewing Co. / Fishbowl Pub
- Walla Walla
- Whatcom: Orchard Street Brewing Co.