Washington September 30, 2015
Move To These 12 Towns In Washington If You Wanna Get Away From It All
Whether you’re looking for a place to
retire or just to find a new small town where you can move to that’s far away from all of the craziness in this world, there are a number of remarkable communities throughout Washington that are quite isolated and peaceful. Here are 12 places around the state to reside in if you’re wanting to get away from it all:
This area in Pacific County is home to about 2,975 residents as of the most recent census and is known as the gateway to the beautiful Willapa Bay.
With less than 500 residents, this tiny Whitman County town makes for a quiet and serene community to call home.
Located in eastern Lewis County, this welcoming town has a popular
and spectacular views being located between Mount Rainier National Park and the Mount St. Helens Volcanic National Monument.
Nearly 1,400 residents live in this Snohomish County town located 74 miles northeast of Seattle. The area is a popular year-round destination for hiking, camping, fishing, rafting, festivals and more!
You can find this large island in the Possession Sound area of Puget Sound, located between Whidbey Island and the mainland. The scenic region is home to about 13,000 residents and boasts a huge 134-acre camping park!
This secluded town is home to over 3,300 people and has an ideal climate to grow hops for beer. It can be discovered out in Yakima County, east of Union Gap!
Adjacent to the Canadian border, this small Whatcom County town is the northernmost settlement in our state and has a population just over 1,300.
Out in the pastoral, rolling-hills countryside of northern Clark County you can find this town with a population of about 5,000. The area is well known for the Native American and Lewis and Clark Expedition history and also the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge.
This small town is bounded by two lakes and is nestled in a mountain valley on the Eastern side of the North Cascades. It was actually first settled as a mining town and is home to a unique community!
There are several logging and fishing opportunities by the Naselle River in this cozy Pacific County town with a population less than 500.
11. Trout Lake
Here in Klickitat County you can find some amazing organic dairy and herb farms, as well as access points to Mount Adams and the Gifford Pinchot National Forrest!
This charming town in Garfield County has a low cost of living, low crime rate, and a smaller population of about 1,400, making it a secure and solid place for those who want to live more remotely.
Where else can you move to in Washington if you want to get away from it all? Add to this list below!