Map Washington State for Printing

Washington State, located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, is known for its diverse landscapes, vibrant cities, and thriving economy.

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Here is a detailed description of some of the main cities, towns, ports, and principal roads in Washington State:


  1. Seattle:
    • Largest city in Washington and the Pacific Northwest.
    • Known for the iconic Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and a thriving tech industry.
    • Major seaport and the headquarters of several Fortune 500 companies.
  2. Tacoma:
    • Located south of Seattle and known for its port and industrial activities.
    • Home to the Museum of Glass and Point Defiance Park.
  3. Spokane:
    • Eastern Washington’s largest city.
    • Offers outdoor recreation and cultural attractions, such as Riverfront Park and the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.
  4. Bellevue:
    • A suburb of Seattle, known for its thriving business community and upscale neighborhoods.
    • Home to Bellevue Square, a prominent shopping and entertainment center.
  5. Vancouver:
    • Not to be confused with the Canadian city of the same name, Vancouver is in Southwest Washington.
    • A growing city with a mix of residential and commercial developments.
  6. Everett:
    • Located north of Seattle, known for its aerospace industry.
    • Home to the Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour.


  1. Olympia:
    • The state capital, located in the southern part of the state.
    • Rich in history and government institutions.
  2. Bellingham:
    • Situated in the northwest corner of the state.
    • Known for its proximity to the San Juan Islands and Western Washington University.
  3. Yakima:
    • In the central part of the state, known for its agriculture, particularly apples and wine.
    • Hosts the annual Central Washington State Fair.
  4. Wenatchee:
    • Located in North Central Washington, known for its apple orchards.
    • Offers outdoor activities and scenic views.


  1. Port of Seattle:
    • One of the largest and busiest ports on the West Coast.
    • Handles a diverse range of cargo and is a major gateway for trade with Asia.
  2. Port of Tacoma:
    • Located south of Seattle, it is a major container port and industrial center.
  3. Port of Everett:
    • A deep-water port north of Seattle, primarily known for its aerospace industry and cargo activities.

Principal Roads:

  1. Interstate 5 (I-5):
    • The major north-south interstate highway, connecting cities like Seattle, Tacoma, and Vancouver.
  2. Interstate 90 (I-90):
    • The major east-west interstate highway, connecting Seattle with Spokane and ultimately reaching the East Coast.
  3. State Route 520 (SR-520):
    • Connects Seattle and Bellevue, spanning Lake Washington.
  4. US Route 2 (US-2):
    • An east-west highway connecting Everett and Spokane.
  5. US Route 97 (US-97):
    • Runs north-south through central Washington, passing through cities like Wenatchee and Yakima.

These descriptions provide a broad overview of some of the key cities, towns, ports, and principal roads in Washington State. The state’s geography and infrastructure contribute to its diverse economy and cultural richness.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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