Find a free Evergreen State tourism planner online
March 14, 2010
By Warren Kagarise
NEW — 6 a.m. March 14, 2010
State tourism officials showcased Issaquah Alps trails and the Salmon Days Festival in the new official state travel planner.
Washington State Tourism and the state Department of Commerce recently released a 152-page, full-color print travel planner, and also made the guide available online here.
Organizers said the online offering represented a way to decrease the environmental impact of the guide. Besides English, find versions of the online guide in Spanish, French, German and Japanese translations.
Order a printed copy of the planner for free through the state tourism Web site or by calling 800-544-1800 toll free.
The guide includes information about attractions and events across the Evergreen State.
“As the economy continues to recover, Pacific Northwest residents are looking for affordable vacation ideas in their own backyards, and we hope this travel planner will be a valuable tool, as well as a source of travel inspiration,” Marsha Massey, executive director for Washington State Tourism, said in a news release. “Our great state has so many experiences to offer visitors, from its breathtaking beaches and national parks to refreshingly vibrant urban centers and cutting-edge culinary hot spots.”