210+ Washington Trivia Questions and Answers

Washington state is the only US state named after the late President George Washington. The ethnically and geographically diverse state is popular for its snow-capped volcanic mountains and agricultural prowess.

For outdoor freaks, the rivers, bays, inlets, and museums are prime destinations to explore. More precisely, the Space Needle Tower, built for the 1962 World’s Fair, is an iconic landmark in Washington state.

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Adjacent to the Space Needle is the legendary museum, Washington Chihuly Gardens and Glass in Seattle. The Tacoma native unmatched craft has journeyed across continents, taking the art of blown glass to astounding heights.

Washington takes pride in being the 2nd largest premium wine producer in the US. The state produces mouth-watering wine from the 900-plus wineries in the area.

Learn more from ‘the Evergreen state’ popular for being the birthplace of Father’s Day.

1. What state borders Washington in the south?

Oregon.

 

2. Washington was a Union territory during the American Civil War, Washington State did not physically take part in the Civil War, it was a what?

Union Territory

 

3. Washington is west of what US state?

Idaho

 

4. Washington is part of a region known as the what?

Pacific Northwest.

 

5. Washington is south of what Canadian province?

The Canadian province of British Columbia.

 

6. Mount St. Helens is the only volcano that is actively erupting in the state, however, all of the volcanoes in the state are considered what?

Active volcanoes.

 

7. To the west of Washington State is what body of water?

 

8. Which mountain is the tallest mountain in the state of Washington?

 

9. Named after George Washington, the State of Washington was admitted to the Union as the 42nd state in what year?

1889

 

10. How tall is Mt. Rainier?

14,411 feet.

 

11. Where does the state of Washington rank among the states in population?

13th most populous

 

12. What mountain is considered the most dangerous volcano in the Cascade Range?

Mount Rainier

 

13. What percentage of Washington state’s residents live in the Seattle metropolitan area?

About 60%.

 

14. Western Washington is the location of what mountains?

The Olympic Mountains

 

15. The state of Washington has the second largest population of any state in the what?

The Western United States.

 

16. What is Seattle’s lowest officially recorded temperature?

0 °F set on January 31, 1950.

 

17. Rich in stands of Douglas fir, hemlock, ponderosa and white pine, spruce, larch, and cedar, Washington is a leading producer of what?

Lumber

 

18. Mount Baker gets a whole lot of snow, and in 1999, it set the world record for snowfall in a single season with how much snow?

1,140 inches (95 ft.)

 

19. How many dams does the state of Washington have?

Over 1,000

 

20. Washington state’s lowest temperature ever recorded was what?

−48 °F in Winthrop and Mazama

 

21. What is another nickname sometimes used in reference to the state of Washington?

The Evergreen State

 

22. What was the highest recorded temperature in the state of Washington?

118 °F at Ice Harbor Dam.

 

23. What is the state of Washington’s largest city?

Seattle

 

24. What percentage of Washington’s land area is covered by forests?

52%

 

25. What is the capital of the state of Washington?

Olympia

 

26. In 1775, was The first recorded European landing on the Washington coast in 1775 by what Spanish Explorer?

Spanish Captain Don Bruno de Heceta.

 

27. The U.S. State of Washington is the only U.S. state named after a what?

President

 

28. American captain Robert Gray discovered the mouth of the Columbia River and named the river after his what?

His ship, the Columbia.

 

29. During the Great Depression, a number of hydroelectric dams were built along what river primarily to produce electricity?

The Columbia River.

 

30. Which Washington volcano erupted on May 18, 1980?

Mount St. Helens.

 

31. Washington state’s  Yakima River Valley became known for what kind of fruit?

Apples

 

32. In  1941 the largest concrete structure in the United States was completed. What structure was it?

The Grand Coulee Dam

 

33. The Mount St. Helens eruption flattened the forests, flooded the Columbia River and its tributaries with ash and mud, and killed how many people?

57

 

34. A popular but false urban legend saddest that Washington DC’s landscape was original?

Swamp

 

35. The Census Bureau estimates the population of the state of Washington was how many people on July 1, 2013?

6,971,406

 

36. By law, Washington is illegal to do what?

Ride an ugly horse

 

37. Because of the favorable climate Washington state has led the U.S. in apple production since when?

The 1920s

 

38. Denzel Washington’s first film as a director was what?

Finding Fish

 

39. Where does the state of Washington rank compared with the other states in the production of wine?

Second behind only California.

 

40. Founded in 1885, Washington, DC’s Gridiron Club is a prestigious organization for what?

Journalists

 

41. For transportation purposes, the state of Washington has the largest system of “what” in the United States?

Ferries.

 

42. Four of the states have active volcanoes; Washington, ——–Alaska, and Hawaii, whose Mauna Loa is the world’s largest volcano.

California

 

43. How many ferries navigate the Puget Sound and associated waterways in Washington’s marine highway?

Twenty-eight ferries

 

44. George Washington Carver advocated planting peanuts and sweet potatoes to replace what?

Cotton and Tobacco

 

45. Washington is home to Four of the five longest floating bridges in the world are located in Washington state, and their names are what?

The Evergreen Point Floating Bridge, Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge, Homer M. Hadley Memorial Bridge, and the Hood Canal Bridge.

 

46. George Washington had numerous pets and dogs, including two not-presidential names?

Drunkard and Tipsy

 

47. The state of Washington legalized assisted suicide in 2008 when they voted on and passed the what?

Washington Death with Dignity Act.

 

48. If it’s 4:00 pm in Seattle Washington, what time is it in Portland Oregon?

4

 

49. In November of 2012, Washington state became one of two US states to legalize the sale and possession of marijuana for what?

Recreational use

50. In 1944, frustrated Congressman Maury Maverick coined what word for Washington Jargon?

Gobbledygook

 

51. Joachim Prinz, who spoke just before Martin Luther King at the 1963 March on Washington, is a what?

Rabbi

 

52. In what city is the Smithsonian Institute?

Washington

 

53. Later popularized in the Batman comics, ‘Gotham’ was first an NYC term coined by what author?

Washington Irving

 

54. In what city do they watch the most TV evangelists per cap?

Washington DC

 

55. Marion Barry –Mayor of Washington was arrested for what?

Possession of Crack

 

56. In which state is Mount Helens?

Washington

 

57. On which river does the Us capitol Washington DC stand?

Potomac

 

58. In what state is Walla Walla?

Washington

 

59. Only two men are said to have run unopposed for US president, George Washington, and whom?

James Monroe

 

60. Introduced in 1847, the first two stamps issued by the USPS featured George Washington and what other American?

Benjamin Franklin

 

61. Other than Martha  Washington, which two women have been represented on US currency?

Pocahontas and Susan B Anthony

 

62. What did British Troops destroy in Washington DC in 1814?

The president’s house.

 

63. Which city of Mt. Vernon, Washington grows more—–than the entire country of Holland?

Tulips

 

64. The westernmost point in the contiguous Us is where?

Cape Alava, Washington

 

65. What did George Washington soak his wooden teeth in for taste?

Port

 

66. There are more telephones than people in?

Washington, USA

 

67. What hath God wrought the first message sent by who?

S Morse Washington to Baltimore

 

68. Washington police officers get a half-hour class on how to?

Sit down

 

69. What is a 100-year-old safe Washington DC?

Centennial Safe

 

70. What award did Washington create in 1782 as a decoration to recognize merit in enlisted men and non-commissioned officers?

Purpleheart

 

71. What is the capital state of the USA?

Washington DC

 

72. Which bridge spans the Hudson River?

George Washington Bridge

 

73. Which river is spanned by the George Washington Bridge?

Hudson

 

74. Which group was banned from the official Washington 4th July celebrations in 1983 because the secretary of the interior said they would attract an undesirable element?

The beach boys

 

75. What team were the Yankees playing the night Lou Gehrig delivered his famous ‘luckiest Man’ speech?

Washington Senators

 

76. Which museum in Washington DC is said to be the largest in the world?\

The Smithsonian institute

 

77. What type of candy is banned in Washington?

Lollipops

 

78. Which city occupies roughly the same latitude?

Washington, DC& Athens

 

79. Where is George Washington buried?

Mt Vernon, Virginia

 

80. Who appeared on the first US postage stamps?

Washington- Franklin

 

81. Who originally designed the Washington Monument?

Robert Mills

 

82. Who was the first president of the US?

George Washington

 

83. Who penned the Novel ‘The Pelican Brief’ that was made into a film starring Julia Roberts and Denzil Washington?

John Grisham

 

84. Who was first in war first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen?

George Washington

 

85. Who was George Washington’s vice-president?

John Adams

 

86. Who won the 1988 Superbowl?

Washington Redskins

 

87. Who was shot as he left Washington Hilton in 1981?

Ronald Reagan

 

88. Whose likeness is displayed on the purple heart medal?

George Washington

 

89. Who was the first black mayor of Chicago?

Harold Washington

 

90. Whose tribute to soul singer Geno Washington reached No.1 in 1980?

Dexy’s Midnight Runners

 

91. What body of water lies to the north of the Olympic Peninsula?

The Strait of Juan de Fuca

 

92. Which of these four tribes were and still are known for their whaling ability? Your options: [ Cowlitz ] [ Makah ] [ Hoh ] [ Nez Perce ]

Makah

 

93. Which town in eastern Washington has been called the “town so nice they named it twice”? Your options: [ Walla Walla ] [ Hubba Hubba ] [ Gooba Gooba ] [ Boola Boola ]

Walla Walla

 

94. Which of these is not an actual city in the Evergreen State? Your options: [ Ralston ] [ Boeing ] [ Carnation ] [ Starbuck ]

Boeing

 

95. Washington’s geology and climate is quite diverse. Which of the following is NOT one of the eight regions identified by the state’s Department of Natural Resources? Your options: [ Olympic Mountains ] [ Rocky Mountains ] [ Columbia Basin ] [ Portland Basin ]

Rocky Mountains

 

96. Name the body of water directly west of Seattle?

Puget Sound

 

97. The large park at the north end of the island is named after a famous botanist. What is that botanist’s name?

Luther Burbank

 

98. Most people know that the Columbia River forms much of the southern border of Washington, but what river marks a small section of the eastern border? (Step carefully on this one.)

Snake River

 

99. The largest city in Clark County shares a name with a Canadian city (and both are named after the same explorer,) and the two are often confused. However, this city is just across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon. It boasts miles of walking trails, and is the seat of county government.

Vancouver

100. Eastern Washington sports some magnificent couples. How were they formed?

Massive floods

 

101. What is widely believed to be the cause of the Great Seattle Fire of 1889?

The tipping over of a glue pot.

 

102. Why was “Lid Park” given that name?

The park was built on top of a freeway tunnel, so it’s the “lid”.

 

103. Who became the mayor of Seattle in 2002?

Greg Nickels.

 

104. This small town in northeastern Clark County lent its name to a huge forest fire that was one of the greatest disasters in early 20th-century Washington. Its name, fittingly, comes from the name of a Native American demon which was said to have spirited children away in the area. Your options: [ Washougal ] [ Amboy ] [ Yacolt ] [ La Center ]

Yacolt

 

105. This major Washington city was named after the chief of the Duwamish and Suquamish tribes.

Seattle

 

106. Paul Allen and Bill Gates, who were both born in Seattle, were co-founders of what successful software company?

Microsoft

 

107. The Washington State capital is in what county?

Thurston

 

108. What is the name of the airport you’d most likely fly into if you were to visit Seattle?

SeaTac International Airport

 

109. What is the highest mountain in the Olympic Peninsula?

Mt. Olympus

 

110. In which county do you find Wenatchee, Leavenworth, and Cashmere? Your options: [ Snohomish ] [ Kittitas ] [ Douglas ] [ Chelan ]

Chelan

 

111. In what year did Mount St. Helens erupt?

1980

 

112. What landmark on the coast in Washington did British Captain John Meares name?

Cape Disappointment

 

113. Name one of the Coastal Tribes.

Tillamook

 

114. What is Washington’s state flower?

Rhododendron

 

115. Obviously Washington was named after our first President, but which of these towns is a lie? Your options: [ George ] [ President ] [ Martha ] [ Mount Vernon ]

President

 

116. What two lakes were drained when their dams on the Elwha River were removed?

Lake Aldwell and Lake Mills

 

117. Just south of the business district is a park that is often referred to by Island residents, particularly those with small children, as “The Train Park”. What is the Train Park’s formal name?

Mercerdale Park

 

118. The Palouse is an interesting area in southeastern Washington. It does not have many trees, but it is covered with numerous random hills, humps, and hollows. A city in the Palouse region is the home of Washington State University. Can you name this city?

Pullman

 

119. Which of these animals would you rarely find in Washington? Your options: [ Bald Eagle ] [ Prairie Dog ] [ Coyote ] [ Rattlesnake ]

Prairie Dog

 

120. The _______________ Mountains divide the more arid eastern Washington and more lush western Washington

Cascade

 

121. What’s the name of the lake that was directly in the path of the destruction?

Spirit Lake

 

122. The second-largest and fastest-growing city in Clark County is named after an event that never took place. What was the event that never happened?

A battle

 

123. Which doesn’t describe a Shaman? Your options: [ Medicine Man ] [ Ghost Dancer ] [ Spiritual Leader ] [ Holder of tribal customs ]

Ghost Dancer

 

124. All of these musicians were born in Seattle. Except… Your options: [ Kurt Cobain ] [ Jimi Hendrix ] [ Sir Mix-A-Lot ] [ Kenny G. ]

Kurt Cobain

 

125. Which of these well known names is not in Washington State? Your options: [ Boston Harbor ] [ Pittsburgh ] [ Little Rock ] [ Des Moines ]

Pittsburgh

 

126. Which of these is NOT an exhibit at the Woodland Park Zoo? Your options: [ Butterflies & Blooms ] [ Desert Dome ] [ Jaguar Cove ] [ Banyan Wilds ]

Desert Dome

 

127. This channel separates Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands.

Deception Pass

 

128. What is the body of water directly to the east of downtown Seattle?

Lake Washington

 

129. Bellingham and Mount Baker are in what county?

Whatcom

 

130. What mountain range changes the weather on the Olympic Peninsula?

The Olympic Mountains

 

131. Named after a wildflower, this city on the banks of the Columbia was once known primarily for its paper mill, belching sulfur fumes into the sky. Now it is gaining a better reputation as the hub of high-tech industry in Clark County.

Camas

 

132. My hometown, Ellensburg, hosts a professional sporting event every Labor Day weekend. It is the largest event of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. What kind of event is it? (Don’t let this one throw you.)

Rodeo

 

133. Which company was founded in Seattle? Your options: [ Starbucks ] [ Disney ] [ McDonalds ] [ Krispy Kreme Doughnuts ]

Starbucks

 

134. Tacoma is in which county? Your options: [ Thurston ] [ King ] [ Lewis ] [ Pierce ]

Pierce

 

135. How many Plateau Tribes are there altogether?

36

 

136. What famous Indian chief was buried in the Colville Indian Reservation?

Chief Joseph

 

137. Which of these silly cities doesn’t exist? Your options: [ Humptulips ] [ Pissamone ] [ Duckabush ] [ Tillicum ]

Pissamone

 

138. What is the state tree?

Western hemlock

 

139. Why were the dams on the Elwha River removed?

To allow salmon to travel unimpeded to spawn

 

140. What town had the oldest and longest running lumber mill in the state until it shut down in the 1990s?

Port Gamble

 

141. The largest city in eastern Washington was also exactly the 100th largest city in the US in 2012. Can you remember the name of this city, whether written or spoken?

Spokane

 

142. What is the state fish?

Steelhead trout

 

143. What region was formed by basaltic lava flows?

Columbia Plateau

 

144. In what month was the largest eruption of Mount St. Helens?

May

 

145. All of the following colleges are located in Washington EXCEPT _______________. Your options: [ Hillsdale College ] [ Clark College ] [ Gonzaga University ] [ Whitman College ]

Hillsdale College

 

146. What was the most important food for the Pacific NW Indians?

Salmon

 

147. This city is best known as the gateway to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area on the Washington side of the river, and its name was derived from an Indian phrase meaning “rushing waters.” Only a small part of the city is actually in Clark County; the rest is in Skamania County.

Washougal

 

148. Strange but true…which one is false? Your options: [ Concrete ] [ Avalanche ] [ Electron ] [ Staircase ]

Avalanche

 

149. Since 1981, what is Seattle’s official nickname?

The Emerald City

150. What is the river that makes up most of Washington’s southern border?

Columbia River

 

151. This town in Grays Harbor county was named after a city in Scotland.

Aberdeen

 

152. Which of the following are not potential dangers for hikers in the mountains on the Olympic Peninsula? Your options: [ Mountain goats ] [ Avalanches and rockslides ] [ Olympic marmots ] [ Giardia ]

Olympic marmots

 

153. This city was once the hub of steamboat trade on the Lewis River, receiving freight and passengers from the Columbia River.

La Center

 

154. Where did the Seattle Mariners play for their 2004 season?

Safeco Field

 

155. Which is the second largest city in Washington state? Your options: [ Spokane ] [ Bellevue ] [ Tacoma ] [ Everett ]

Spokane

 

156. Which of Seattle’s skyscrapers was at one time the tallest building west of Chicago? Your options: [ The Smith Tower ] [ The Columbia Tower ] [ The Space Needle ] [ The Weston Hotel ]

The Smith Tower

 

157. After whom is Mercer Island named?

Thomas Mercer

 

158. What two counties are the Tri Cities in? (Pasco, Richland, and Kennewick)

Benton and Franklin

 

159. The area of Seattle is famous for its rainy days, but which of the following East Coast cities receives more rainfall each year on average? Your options: [ Boston ] [ All of them ] [ Miami ] [ Philadelphia ]

All of them

 

160. What famous mission was founded in eastern Washington in the 1830s?

Whitman Mission

 

161. In the extreme northeast of the state is a county named for an Indian tribe–not for the name they called themselves, but the name that French fur traders gave them. The French words mean, roughly, “hangs from ear”. What is the name of this county?

Pend Oreille

 

162. How many days did it take for the ash cloud to reach the east coast?

3

 

163. Yakima is the largest city in south-central Washington. The Yakima Valley, once known primarily for apples, later became a major wine region as well. But how in the world do you pronounce it?

YAK-i-mah

 

164. What was the Indian name for Mt. St. Helens?

Loowit

 

165. While the western side of Washington is quite wet, eastern Washington receives considerably little rainfall due to the mountains. What is the name of this effect?

Rainshadow

 

166. Okay, sportsmen, which isn’t a town? Your options: [ Hunters ] [ Bullet ] [ Elk ] [ Deer Park ]

Bullet

 

167. You have just moved into a home in “The Lakes” neighborhood at the south end of the Island. Which elementary school is closest to your home? Your options: [ South Mercer Elementary ] [ Lakeridge Elementary ] [ Island Park Elementary ] [ Tivnan Elementary ]

Lakeridge Elementary

 

168. Name the city on the Canadian side of the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

Victoria

 

169. On the northern border of Clark County, extending into Cowlitz County, this small community is known for its tulips and lilacs.

Woodland

 

170. What are nurse logs?

Decaying logs from which new trees are growing

 

171. Seattle has many sister cities. Which is not one of its sister cities? Your options: [ Paris, France ] [ Beersheba, Israel ] [ Gdynia, Poland ] [ Reykjavík, Iceland ]

Paris, France

 

172. Which of these names is a little too fishy? Your options: [ White Salmon ] [ Bass ] [ Marlin ] [ Trout Lake ]

Bass

 

173. What was the elevation of Mount St. Helens before the eruption?

9,677 feet

 

174. What canal is also a fjord?

Hood Canal

 

175. What is Washington’s state grass?

Bluebunch wheatgrass

 

176. Does the evidence indicate that the first Native Americans arrived in the PNW between_____?

14,000-30,000 years

 

177. What major river runs near the town of Sequim?

Dungeness River

 

178. A small Catholic college in eastern Washington has a typical undergraduate enrollment of under 5000 students (2012 data), but one of the top college basketball programs in the US. What is this school, named for a relatively obscure Italian saint?

Gonzaga University

 

179. This Washington County’s southern border is entirely on the Columbia River. Its name is from a Native American word meaning “swift waters”.

Skamania County

 

180. Which of these trees is NOT native to Washington? Your options: [ Douglas fir ] [ Redwood ] [ Ponderosa pine ] [ Western larch ]

Redwood

 

181. How many acres does the Pike Place Market cover?

9 acres

 

182. What major waterfall is located in the southeast of Washington?

Palouse Falls

 

183. Which museum is NOT located in Seattle? Your options: [ EMP-Experience Music Project ] [ Seattle Wax Museum ] [ The Science Fiction Museum ] [ Museum of Flight ]

Seattle Wax Museum

 

184. What triggered that eruption?

earthquake

 

185. Which of the following professional sports teams does not belong to Seattle? Your options: [ Silvertips ] [ Mariners ] [ Seahawks ] [ Sounders ]

Silvertips

 

186. This town in Whatcom County was named in honor of an early settler who was the first storekeeper and postmaster, not the ill-fated general who died at the Little Bighorn.

Custer

 

187. This tiny community in northern Clark County was possibly named for the initials of three of its founders.

Amboy

 

188. Which tribe was coastal? Your options: [ Yakama ] [ Lummi ] [ Spokane ] [ Puyallup ]

Lummi

 

189. Among the following corporations, which does NOT have its headquarters in Washington state? Your options: [ Hasbro ] [ Microsoft ] [ Starbucks ] [ Costco ]

Hasbro

 

190. Which ‘Mo-Town’ isn’t real? Your options: [ Dodge ] [ Chevrolet ] [ Ford ] [ Plymouth ]

Chevrolet

 

191. Drivers going to Seattle from Mercer Island or coming to Mercer Island from Seattle enjoy what unique benefit? (HOV = High occupancy vehicle, or carpool, lane)

HOV lane use by single occupant vehicles

 

192. This dam in Douglas County is named for the Nez Perce chief who led his tribe on a 1,100-mile battle trying to reach Canada.

Chief Joseph Dam

 

193. What is the mountain range running north-south through the middle of the state?

Cascade Mountains

 

194. In what county are the cities Raymond, South Bend, and Long Beach?

Pacific

 

195. What large, Canadian island is across the waterway to the north of the Olympic Peninsula?

Vancouver Island

 

196. What body of water separates Kitsap Peninsula from Olympic Peninsula?

Hood Canal

 

197. In a remote area of eastern Washington, there is a huge structure. It is the largest electric power producing facility in the country. Woody Guthrie actually wrote a song about this facility. What is its name?

Grand Coulee Dam

 

198. What day of the week did this enormous mountain blow her top in May 1980?

Sunday

 

199. What was the community of Felida named after?

The cat family

200. What year did the Pacific Northwest Indian wars end?

1877

 

201. Seattle is the seat of what county?

King County

 

202. These three towns make up the ‘Tri-Cities’ area.

Richland, Pasco, and Kennewick

 

203. Where is the Catholic cemetery on Mercer Island?

There are no cemeteries on Mercer Island

 

204. What statement is true about waterfalls and the Olympic Peninsula?

There is a Waterfall Trail that guides people to easily accessible waterfalls all around the peninsula

 

205. Which of these towns with animal namesakes is the imposter? Your options: [ Cougar ] [ Eagle ] [ Beaver ] [ Dungeness ]

Eagle

 

206. In the Quinault Rain Forest in western Washington, the annual rainfall has been measured as high as 180 inches (15 feet)! What is the average rainfall in Ellensburg, a mere 100 miles east of Seattle on I-90?

9 inches

 

207. The Eiffel Tower is to Paris as what is to Seattle?

Space Needle

 

208. What discovery helped put Seattle on the map?

The discovery of gold in Alaska

 

209. Which Washington county is the only one to have 100% coastal boundaries? Your options: [ Island ] [ Grays Harbor ] [ Kitsap ] [ San Juan ]

San Juan

 

210. And lastly, what is the body of water in Seattle that also happens to be where the famous billionaire Bill Gates resides next to?

Lake Washington

 

211. This community boasts some of the priciest houses in Clark County, as well as a wildlife refuge, but is best known as “The Birthplace of U-Haul.”

Ridgefield

 

212. This town in Lewis County was named for a German settler — not Luke’s father.

Vader

 

213. What is the largest island in the San Juan islands?

Orcas

 

214. Which of these towns is on an island? Your options: [ Bellingham ] [ Everett ] [ Port Townsend ] [ Oak Harbor ]

Oak Harbor

 

215. Where is Washington’s geographic center?

Chelan County

 

216. What is Washington’s state song?

“Washington My Home”

 

217. In what county are the cities Monroe, Everett, and Marysville?

Snohomish

 

218. The Grand Coulee Dam is a popular tourist attraction. The Grand Coulee Dam is located in how many Washington counties?

3

 

 

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