Washington August 30, 2016
13 Small Towns In Washington That Offer Nothing But Peace And Quiet
Have you had a crazy busy summer? Perhaps it’s time to visit one of our many beautiful small towns that have nothing more to offer than a peaceful escape from reality. And if you want to move somewhere to get away from it all, this list is for you.
Looking for small town riverside living at the foothills of the Cascade Mountain range? Look no further than the charming town of Naches.
2. Kettle Falls
This tiny town in Stevens County sits on the edge of the wilderness, and it's the ultimate place to go for peace and quiet.
3. Fall City
Fall City is only 26 miles east of Seattle, but you'd never know it. Since it's part of the historic Snoqualmie River Valley farming community, it does have some amenities to offer but there's also plenty of peace and quiet to be found.
Packwood's central location between Mt. Rainier, Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Adams makes it an ideal destination for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors and doesn't need anything else to be happy.
There's not much to this tiny town in Okanogan County... and those who live here like it that way.
Only about 300 people call Spangle home. It's only 18 miles south of Spokane, but it offers a much quieter way of life.
7. Desert Aire
If you enjoy golfing, boating or just relaxing by the Columbia River, this little town of about 1,200 people might be right up your alley.
8. Trout Lake
Trout Lake is a lovely little town in Southern Washington, and it's got a warm, welcoming community and just enough amenities to enjoy a quiet life there.
If you're looking for a coastal getaway but don't want to deal with a crowded beach town, Chinook is home to less than 500 people and is a favorite hub for fishermen.
Newport sits on the Washington-Idaho border about an hour's drive north of Spokane. It's a prime place for seeing some of the Northwest's finest wildlife.
11. Soap Lake
The town of Soap Lake was named for the nearby lake with mineral-rich water that is thought to have healing properties. But even if you don't believe the lake hype, you'll find a calm way of life here.
This community in Chelan County is only accessible by boat, plane or hiking. Needless to say, it's the ultimate place to go for some solitude.
Green, rolling hills and the Snake River Bridge are all you'll really find in Starbuck, which has a population of 129.
Washington has so many charming small towns, doesn’t it? Here are a few more.