Welcome to our Puget Sound Visitor Information page aimed at connecting you with local resources and guides. Our directory and accompanying descriptions will help you plan and navigate your travels around the Puget Sound, part of the Salish Sea.
Learn more about the Puget Sound region through regional media and web guides.
If you will have access to a vehicle during your stay, see traffic webcams and possible scenic drives to ease your travels.
See individual cities and towns for additional visitor information as well as information on accommodations, activities and attractions in specific Puget Sound cities. When looking for a city or town, you can choose from either an alphabetical list, or, a list by the Puget Sound Region.
Puget Sound Magazine.com. Phone: 206-414-1589.
Web Radio Puget Sound. Featuring live mp3 stream Internet radio with 12 station genres, dial-up and broadband connections in stereo.
Cascade Loop Scenic Byway
This 400 mile scenic driving tour extends from the Puget Sound to the Cascade Mountains. Follow the Skykomish River on the Stevens Pass Greenway taking you through the towns of Skykomish, Stevens Pass, Index, Gold Bar and Sultan. Suring your journey, you can stop along the way and hike one of the many trails or view scenic waterfalls located off the highway.
Olympic Loop. Great Washington State Birding Trail. (Olympic National Forest - Forest Service website.)
Puget Sound Traffic Cams Website of the Northwest Region, Washington State Department of Transportation. Provides images from cameras located along many of the major freeways in the Puget Sound area.
People for Puget Sound
Web site of People for Puget Sound, a non-profit citizens group dedicated to protecting and restoring the land and waters of Puget Sound and the Northwest Straits. Includes newsletter, issues, and marine attractions.
A web site where you can find what you want to know about Western Washington. From local town information to up to the minute news breaks.
Note: See individual cities and towns for additional visitor information as well as information on accommodations, activities and attractions in specific cities. When looking for a city or town, you can choose from either an alphabetical list, or, a list by region.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Biking Puget Sound: 60 Rides from Olympia to the San Juans, 2nd Edition by Bill Thorness. This Mountaineers book highlights 60 of the best routes with amazing scenery along with the Handy at a Glance chart including the routes features, difficulty level, length, elevation gain, time and points of interest. Order now...
A Complete Guide To The Lighthouses on Puget Sound Including Admiralty Inlet by Christopher Petrich. Full featured companion guide to the Puget Sound lighthouses featuring history, locations and hours, maps, driving directions and photographs. Order now...
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