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* [[Vancouver (Washington)]] — oldest permanent settlement in the [[Pacific Northwest (United States of America)|Pacific Northwest]] and capital of Clark County; not to be confused with [[Vancouver]], [[British Columbia|BC]] ([[Canada]])
 
* [[Vancouver (Washington)]] — oldest permanent settlement in the [[Pacific Northwest (United States of America)|Pacific Northwest]] and capital of Clark County; not to be confused with [[Vancouver]], [[British Columbia|BC]] ([[Canada]])
* [[Camas (Washington)|Camas]] (second largest city in Clark County)
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* [[Camas (Washington)|Camas]]  
 
*[[Washougal]]
 
*[[Washougal]]
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*[[Battle Ground]](second largest city in Clark County and home to [[Battle Ground Lake State Park]]
 
*[[La Center (Washington)|La Center]]
 
*[[La Center (Washington)|La Center]]
 
* [[Ridgefield (Washington)|Ridgefield]]
 
* [[Ridgefield (Washington)|Ridgefield]]
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===Lewis County===
 
===Lewis County===
  
* [[Centralia]] (largest city in Lewis County)  
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* [[Centralia (Washington)|Centralia]] (largest city in Lewis County)  
 
* [[Chehalis]] (seat of Lewis County)
 
* [[Chehalis]] (seat of Lewis County)
 
* [[Mossyrock]] (Heart of East Lewis County)
 
* [[Mossyrock]] (Heart of East Lewis County)
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* [[Stevenson]] (seat of Skamania County)
 
* [[Stevenson]] (seat of Skamania County)
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* [[Carson (Washington)|Carson]]
  
 
===Wahkiakum County===
 
===Wahkiakum County===
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==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==
 
*[[Fort Vancouver National Historic Site]] - a gem of a park whose story as an economic and cultural center fascinatingly portends that of the modern-day Pacific Northwest
 
*[[Fort Vancouver National Historic Site]] - a gem of a park whose story as an economic and cultural center fascinatingly portends that of the modern-day Pacific Northwest
*[[Lewis and Clark National Historical Park]] - 12 park sites located on a 40-mile stretch of the Pacific coast from [[Long Beach (Washington)|Long Beach]], WA to [[Cannon Beach]], OR  
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*[[Lewis and Clark National Historical Park]] - 12 park sites located on a 40-mile stretch of the Pacific coast from [[Long Beach (Washington)|Long Beach]], WA to [[Cannon Beach]], OR
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*[[Mount St. Helens]]
  
 
==Understand==
 
==Understand==
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===By air===
 
===By air===
  
*Portland International Airport (IATA: PDX)is quite convienient for this region, being just across the river from [[Vancouver (Washington)]]: see the [[Portland]] article for details. Flights to many major US airports and a few international connections.
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*[[Portland (Oregon)#By plane|Portland International Airport]] (IATA: PDX)is quite convienient for this region, being just across the river from [[Vancouver (Washington)|Vancouver]]. Flights to many major US airports and a few international connections.
*Seattle International Airport (IATA: SEA)is located about 2 hours north of Kelso: see the [[Seattle]]article for details. Greater number of international flights than Portland.
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*[[Seattle#By plane|Seattle-Tacoma International Airport]] (IATA: SEA)is located about 2 hours north of [[Kelso (Washington)|Kelso]] by car. Greater number of international flights than [[Portland (Oregon)|Portland]].
  
 
===By car===
 
===By car===
  
I-5 connects the region to Seattle and Portland. If coming from the Columbia Plateau/Central Washington, take US-12 or SR-4 west. From the Oregon Coast, take US-101 across the Columbia River.
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I-5 connects the region to Seattle and Portland. If coming from the Columbia Plateau/Central Washington, take US-12 or SR-14 west. From the Oregon Coast, take US-101 across the Columbia River.
  
 
===By train===
 
===By train===

Revision as of 23:19, 10 September 2012

Southwest Washington is a region of Washington.

Contents

Regions

Cities

Cowlitz County

Clark County

Lewis County

Pacific County

Skamania County

Wahkiakum County

Other destinations

Understand

For our purposes, the Southwest Washington region consists of Cowlitz, Clark, Lewis, Pacific, Skamania, and Wahkiakum counties.

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By car

I-5 connects the region to Seattle and Portland. If coming from the Columbia Plateau/Central Washington, take US-12 or SR-14 west. From the Oregon Coast, take US-101 across the Columbia River.

By train

The Amtrak Cascades service stops in Kelso and Vancouver, WA.

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