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Sometimes getting lost in the woods isn't a bad thing; you can find some pretty amazing things. 

The McMillin Family Mausoleum in Washington is a massive structure in the woods that seems like it belongs in ancient Rome.

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You don't have to daydream about sapphire water and stunning views — Lake Crescent, Washington, has bottomless blue water surrounded by alpine landscapes for a breathtaking getaway in nature.

Tucked away in the Olympic National Park, this basin is a "deep, glacially carved lake" that's about 3-hours away from Seattle

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Do you need some travel inspiration? Washington's Gingko Petrified Forest State Park is a fossiled wonderland complete with trails, shoreline, and stunning views. It's the perfect place for a 2-hour road trip away from Seattle.

Tucked away on 7,124-acres in Vantage, Washington, along the Columbia River, this state park is open year-round and is entirely free to visit; however, you'll need a $5 Discover Pass to park. 

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If you're a fan of spooky, Bob's Corn Maze in Washington will give you a good fright, especially if you're afraid of the dark. 

You and your friends can navigate your way through 12 acres of corn that stand 10 feet tall using just a flashlight if you opt for a nighttime visit. 

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Storybook wonderlands may not be real, but this spot will make you feel like you've been taken to a faraway land. Meerkerk Gardens in Washington looks like it's out of a fairytale complete with woodland trails, flowering blooms, and stunning foliage. Are you ready to fall down the rabbit hole?

Just a short drive from Seattle on Whidbey Island, this spot is "Inspired by the Rothchild's Exbury Garden in England," according to the website

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