Part of a series of guides to the US State and National Parks, this is a must for both visitors and residents who want to enjoy the wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities in these two states. Follow in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark and early Native Americans, as Oregon and Washington's numerous parks, forests, and historic sites are visited in detail. This book focuses on each area's rich history and unique geographical features. The guide will help you find the perfect place for a weekend getaway, an active family outing, whale watching, a quiet wilderness retreat - almost any type of outdoor experience you desire. Includes nature trails, scenic drives, historic sites, hiking tips, facilities, activities.
I quit this book right away. Total waste of money for an audio book. Like most people, I bought this book to listen in my car while driving. I do not want to listen to the reader read endless list of addresses and phone numbers. Total waste of time in an audio setting. Not to mention, listening to the reader call Oregon "Ore-GONE" drove me absolutely nuts.
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