Our FREE Travel Planner

Planning your spring travels in the Northwest is easy with FREE travel guides from any of our partners. Simply select the travel guide you want to receive and submit your request. The travel guides you order will be mailed to you. All you have to do is plan, pack and go!

 

2021 Spring Travel Planner

  • Alaska

  • Alaska is a place of marvel and mystique, but there’s no need to mount an expedition to experience it all. With nearby glaciers, wildlife, and mountains, Anchorage is the most convenient place to see Alaska, and enjoy it all in comfort. Start planning with your free Official Guide to Anchorage.
  • Be inspired by the light of the Aurora Borealis. Renew your energy under the Midnight Sun. Experience the warmth of Fairbanks – the basecamp to Denali, Interior and Arctic Alaska. Explore your Alaskan vacation at explorefairbanks.com or request a free Official Fairbanks Visitors Guide. Imagine Yourself Here. Explore Fairbanks Responsibly.
  • Alaska begins in Ketchikan. World-class fishing, outdoor adventure, Alaska Native cultural events, spectacular scenery, shopping, and our famous wild Alaska seafood. Only a 90-minute flight from Seattle, and a top cruise destination, Ketchikan delivers beyond expectation. Order our guide to start your adventure.
  • Idaho

  • Lewiston, ID and Clarkston, WA where the spirit of adventure, rich cultural experiences, and award-winning wines make it the perfect blend for your next getaway. Explore our wide-open spaces of Hells Canyon, scenic byways, riverside RV parks, and the Lewis-Clark Valley wine region.
  • Montana

  • Oregon

  • Medford is the heart of Southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley, just south of Oregon’s only national park, Crater Lake. Discovering 70 different wine varietals at over 50 tasting rooms is just the beginning in the heart of the Rogue, plan your adventure at TravelMedford.org
  • Salem and Mid-Willamette Valley region is unhurried and easy to navigate and if natural beauty is what you’re after, this is the place for you. With epic waterfalls, lush forests, rolling hills of farmland and vineyards Salem has the lion’s share of the peaceful beauty we all crave. Visit TravelSalem.com
  • Visit Seaside – Oregon’s original beach town! Seaside has long been the oceanfront and riverside playground for generations of kids and kids-at-heart. There are lots to see and do from restaurants, arcades, and shops to bumper cars, art galleries and outdoor recreation. Everyone needs a beach town, so why not come and Seaside yourself?
  • Tualatin Valley is a place made of friendly communities in a region of lush, natural beauty, and we invite you to soak in the Oregon experience. Order a complimentary Tualatin Valley visitors guide, which is chockful of information about wineries, breweries, outdoor recreation, tax-free shopping and more.
  • Washington

  • Discover the beauty of Anacortes, WA the crown jewel of Fidalgo Island. Explore our beaches, marinas, lakes and forestlands, or stroll through the fine boutiques and cafés in our vintage downtown. Enjoy live music, community theatre, festivals and more.
  • Listen closely. As your soul yearns for wide-open spaces, the mountain peaks of North Cascades National Park and the gentle waves of the Salish Sea are calling. Nature is the core of the Bellingham experience. Start and end here for world-class hiking, sailing, biking, paddling, snow sports, breweries, eateries, arts and lodging. Answer your inner call for outside adventure.
  • Enjoy farm-fresh tastes of the Olympic Peninsula as you "eat your way around the LOOP!" The Olympic Culinary Loop is a must-taste delicious destination any time of the year.
  • Wonder awaits on the Olympic Peninsula, WA! From glacier-topped mountains to wild Pacific Ocean beaches, from the serenity of the rainforest to the intoxicating lavender fields, the Olympic Peninsula is a place to spark your senses. Discover Olympic National Park, charming small towns, coastal cuisine, tribal cultures, and endless outdoor recreation.
  • From the North Cascades, follow the Skagit River through the Skagit Valley to the Salish Sea. Explore Skagit Valley and Find Your Flow from the North Cascades National Park through the vast farmlands to Chuckanut Drive to Deception Pass to Guemes Island. An unforgettable experience awaits in the great PNW!
  • Stanwood-Camano Island is a thriving art community offering boutiques, antiques, wineries, and eclectic dining opportunities. Adventure seekers will find hiking, camping, kayaking and an awesome zipline. For the not-so-adventurous we offer festivals, concerts, and more. Discover the small-town charm and easy island without the hassle of ferries, tickets or tolls.
  • Find Union Gap nestled in the “gap” of the Yakima Valley foothills. Union Gap is where history comes to life with vintage shows, historical re-enactments and museums. It’s your perfect home base for outdoor recreation, wine country and hop country. From tacos and tamales and more, enjoy authentic multicultural flavors, American classics and farm-fresh foods.
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