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Ariel, Washington

Ariel is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington. Ariel is located 11 miles northeast of the city of Woodland along Washington State Route 503, situated north of the Lewis River and on the southwest bank of Lake Merwin. The Arie ...

                                               

Artic, Washington

A post office called Artic was established in 1887, and remained in operation until 1907. The community was named for Mrs. Arta Saunders a recording error by postal officials accounts for the error in spelling, which was never corrected.

                                               

Axford, Washington

A post office called Axford was established in 1888, and remained in operation until 1904. The community was named after one Mr. Axford, a pioneer settler.

                                               

Bear River (Washington)

The Bear River, or Bear Branch, originates just north of the mouth of the Columbia River in the Bear River Range and Willapa Hills. It flows generally north and west, emptying into the southern end of Willapa Bay.

                                               

Boistfort Peak

Boistfort Peak, also called Baw Faw Peak is a peak in the Willapa Hills in Washington state. The summit was once the site of a fire lookout and is the highest point in the Willapa Hills. Today it has communication antennae including the WA7UHD 2- ...

                                               

Boistfort, Washington

Boistfort is an unincorporated community in Lewis County, Washington, United States. It lies 19 miles away from Chehalis and has one of the tallest peaks that is not a mountain in the entire state of Washington, Boistfort Peak. It has a K-8 schoo ...

                                               

Breakers station

Breakers Station was a mail and passenger stop on the Ilwaco Railroad and Navigation Company line on the Long Beach Peninsula in Washington. It was originally called Tioga. In 1917 it was listed as a town 5 miles north of Long Beach, Washington. ...

                                               

Breidablick, Washington

Breidablick is an unincorporated community in northern Kitsap County, Washington. The name comes from "Breidablik", a mythical place in Norse legends, and was chosen in 1892 by Ole M. Abel, who had a post office and store on his homestead. It is ...

                                               

Bunker Hill, Washington

Bunker Hill is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington, USA. Bunker Hill is located northwest of the city of Longview, reached by traveling westbound out of the city along Washington State Route 4, also known as Ocean Beach High ...

                                               

Camas Cemetery

Camas Cemetery is a cemetery in Camas, Washington that was first used in 1860. In the Camas Catholic cemetery, also known as Dead lake cemetery, was located on Ne lake road near Lacamas lake. In 1984 the graves from there were moved to the Camas ...

                                               

Cape Disappointment (Washington)

Cape Disappointment is a headland of the Pacific Northwest, located at the extreme southwestern corner of Washington, United States on the north side of the Columbia River bar. The point of the cape is located on the Pacific Ocean in Washingtons ...

                                               

Caples Landing, Washington

Caples Landing is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington. The Caples Landing community is located 2.54 miles west of Woodland along Caples Road, on the east shore of Columbia River and across the river from Columbia City, Orego ...

                                               

Caples, Washington

Caples is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington. The Caples community is located 2.44 miles west of Woodland along Caples Road, on the east shore of Columbia River and across the river from Columbia City, Oregon. The Caples co ...

                                               

Carrolls, Washington

Carrolls is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington, south of the city of Kelso. Carrolls is located south on Old Pacific Highway from exit 36 of Interstate 5. The Carrolls community is part of the Kelso School District, a K-12 ...

                                               

Castle Creek (Washington)

Castle Creek is a tributary of the North Fork Toutle River on the flank of Mount St. Helens in Washington State. It rises about two miles northwest of the crater rim) and flows generally to the northwest. The outflow of Castle Lake joins the cree ...

                                               

Cedar District Formation

The Cedar District Formation is a geologic formation exposed on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands of British Columbia and San Juan Islands of Washington. It preserves fossils dating back to the Campanian Epoch of the Cretaceous period. It dates ...

                                               

Ceres, Washington

A post office called Ceres was established in 1908, and remained in operation until 1931. The community was named after Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture.

                                               

Cinebar, Washington

Cinebar is an unincorporated community in Washington State between State Route 508 and U.S. Route 12. Named for the cinnabar present in the mountains to the northeast, Cinebar is a rural area with a post office and fire station on State Route 508 ...

                                               

Coal Creek, Washington

Coal Creek is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington. Coal Creek is located northwest of the city of Longview, reached by traveling westbound out of the city along Washington State Route 4, also known as Ocean Beach Highway, an ...

                                               

Colonel Bob Mountain

Colonel Bob is a summit in the Colonel Bob Wilderness, on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state. It is one of the highest points in Grays Harbor County, the highest being named Gibson Peak. Henry Fisher map from 1890 depicts the mountain Colo ...

                                               

Copalis Crossing, Washington

Copalis Crossing is an unincorporated community in Grays Harbor County, Washington, United States. Copalis Crossing is 5 miles east of Copalis Beach. Copalis Crossing has a post office with ZIP code 98536.

                                               

Cora, Washington

Cora was founded in 1886, and named after Cora Davis, a first settler. A post office was established at Cora in 1890, and remained in operation until 1908.

                                               

Cottonwood Island (Washington)

Cottonwood Island is an island in the U.S. state of Washington. The island lies in the Columbia River between Kalama, Washington and the cities of Longview and Kelso, Washington further downstream. Poplar island was named after the grove of Cotto ...

                                               

Cougar, Washington

Cougar is an unincorporated community and former town in Cowlitz County, Washington. Cougar is located around 30 miles northeast of Woodland along Washington State Route 503 and situated along the northwest bank of Yale Lake, a reservoir on the L ...

                                               

Coweeman River

The Coweeman River is a tributary of the Cowlitz River, in the South West corner of the U.S. state of Washington. Its name comes from the Cowlitz word ko-wee-na, meaning "short one", referring to a short Indian who once lived along the river.

                                               

Curtis, Washington

Curtis is an unincorporated community in Washington. A post office named Curtis has been in place since 1901. Ben Curtis, an early postmaster, gave the community its name.

                                               

Davis Terrace, Washington

Davis Terrace is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington, nearly surrounded by the city of Kelso. Davis Terrace is located south bank of the Coweeman River near the intersection of Grade Street and Coweeman Drive. The Davis Terr ...

                                               

Deep River, Washington

Deep River is a census-designated place in Wahkiakum County, Washington, northwest of the town of Cathlamet and east of the city of Long Beach. The population was 204 as of the 2010 census. It is the current residence of Krist Novoselic, the bass ...

                                               

Deer Harbor, Washington

Deer Harbor is an unincorporated community on Orcas Island in San Juan County, Washington, United States. As with most San Juan Islands communities, Deer Harbor is known for its recreation and tourism, including kayaking, whale watching, and fish ...

                                               

Diablo Lake

Diablo Lake is a reservoir in the North Cascade mountains of northern Washington state, United States. Created by Diablo Dam, the lake is located between Ross Lake and Gorge Lake on the Skagit River at an elevation of 1.201 feet above sea level. ...

                                               

Doe Bay, Washington

Doe Bay, Washington is a small unincorporated community in San Juan County, Washington, United States. Doe Bay sits on the south-eastern shore of Orcas Island and is home to Doe Bay Resort and Retreat. DOE Bay is about 19.1 miles 30.7 km by road ...

                                               

Dolphin, Washington

A post office called Dolphin was established in 1908 and remained in operation until 1924. The community was named for a dolphin marine structure near the original town site.

                                               

Doty, Washington

Doty is an unincorporated community located between Dryad and Pe Ell in Washington, United States. C.A. Doty built a sawmill here around 1900, and the community that sprang up around it was named after him. Doty once boasted the largest sawmill i ...

                                               

Dryad, Washington

Dryad is a rural unincorporated community between Doty and Adna in Washington State. It is one of many former lumber towns that sprang up on the Willapa Harbor Line of the Northern Pacific Railway. The community, formerly known as Salal, was orig ...

                                               

Duluth, Washington

Duluth is a census-designated place in Clark County, Washington, United States. The population was 1.544 at the 2010 census. It is located in 11 km 18 km North of downtown Vancouver, Washington, with access from exit 11 on route 5.

                                               

Ethel, Lewis County, Washington

Ethel is an unincorporated community on U.S. Route 12 in east Lewis County, Washington, United States. It is near Salkum. Post office name Ethel has been in operation since 1886. Just who is the namesake Ethel was remains unclear.

                                               

Etna, Washington

Etna is an unincorporated community in Clark County, Washington. It lies at an elevation of 299 feet. Post office under the name "Etna" was established in 1882 and remained in operation until 1918. Name transfer from Etna green, Indiana.

                                               

Eufaula Heights, Washington

Eufaula Heights is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington. Eufaula Heights is located northwest of the city of Longview, reached by traveling westbound out of the city along Washington State Route 4, also known as Ocean Beach H ...

                                               

Eufaula, Washington

Eufaula is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington. Eufaula is located northwest of the city of Longview, reached by traveling westbound out of the city along Washington State Route 4, also known as Ocean Beach Highway, turning ...

                                               

Evaline, Washington

Evaline is a small unincorporated community in Washington, United States, south of Napavine and 3 miles north of Winlock. Evelyn primary school is located at 111 school RD, Winlock, WA, 98596 Lewis County. This K-6 school with 36 students in 2006.

                                               

Evergreen Terrace, Washington

Evergreen Terrace is an unincorporated community in Cowlitz County, Washington. Evergreen Terrace is located northwest of the city of Longview, reached by traveling westbound out of the city along Pacific Way, and turning onto Pacific Terrace. Th ...

                                               

Fargher Lake, Washington

Fargher Lake is an unincorporated community in Clark County, Washington, United States. It is located about 7 mi 11 km North-West of the town of Yacolt. Settlements, as well as former lake are nearby, both have the name "lake Farger".

                                               

Fern Prairie, Washington

Fern Prairie is a census-designated place in Clark County, Washington, United States. The population was 1.884 at the 2010 census. It is located in the southern part of Clark County, 16 miles 26 km East of Vancouver city centre and 4 km, 6 km to ...

                                               

Frances, Washington

Frances is an unincorporated community in Pacific County, Washington, United States. Frances is located along State Route 6 east of the community of Lebam. Frances and surrounding areas are part of an area heavily affected by the logging industry.

                                               

Frankfort, Washington

Frankfort, a ghost town located near the mouth of the Columbia River, was originally settled in 1876 in Pacific County, Washington near Portuguese Point. In 1890, a community was platted by two promoters, Frank Bourn and Frank Scott. Together the ...

                                               

Galvin, Washington

Galvin is a small unincorporated community in Lewis County, Washington, United States, near Lincoln Creek and the Chehalis River four miles northwest of Centralia. Galvin was platted on 3 June 1910 as a logging settlement. Originally named Lincol ...

                                               

Glenoma, Washington

Glenoma is a small unincorporated community in Lewis County, Washington, United States. It derives its name from the words "glen" and "ome".

                                               

Grays Point (Washington)

Grays Point is the western, downstream point of Grays Bay, on the north shore of the Columbia River estuary, at river mile 20, in Washington State, United States of America. Grays Point sticks out slightly and bluntly from the greater headland at ...

                                               

Hall, Washington

A post office called Hall was established in 1906, and remained in operation until 1934. The community was named after James F. Hall, the original owner of the town site.

                                               

Hanaford Valley

Hanaford Valley is a valley in the U.S. state of Washington. Hanaford valley is named Theophilus, and Lucy Hapwood Hanaford, the citizens of the pioneer.