Dank is going across America and finding the best tourist spots for travelers who love adventure as much as they love weed. Here’s a closer look at the cannabis tourism industry of Washington:
Tours & Activities
The Kush Tour (Seattle)
This behind the scenes tour of the cannabis industry is both fun and educational. Guests will watch a glass blowing demonstration, explore a tier II grow operation, and visit an extraction lab to learn about concentrates and edibles. If you take this tour on a Saturday, you’ll be delighted to also make a stop at 3 Howls, one of Seattle’s trendiest micro-whiskey distilleries.
Bed Baked and Beyond (Seattle)
This gorgeous Victorian bed and breakfast is run by a chef and a beer expert, so you can munch and mingle during your stay. While smoking is allowed outdoors only, there are plenty of places to relax and blaze up in the backyard, ranging from lawn chairs around a fire pit to the hidden lounge in the ‘pot’-ing shed.
Orcas Island Lodge (Eastsound)
Orcas Island is a beautiful, scenic location that offers breathtaking views of Puget Sound and the surrounding wildlife. This retreat is completely 420 friendly and also allows for the responsible consumption of alcoholic beverages. You’ll be feeling light and lifted as you barbecue, play some ping pong, and relax on an island rope hammock.
Mountain Views B&B (Monroe)
This retreat in the awe inspiring Cascade mountain range is the ultimate stoner getaway. Guests can stay in one of the tiny houses on the property, in the main home, or in one of the luxury tree houses. Hang out and get high with Veggie Might, the B&B’s resident pig, and Juma Sultan, an African Gray Parrot that asks visitors, “Where’s my marijuana?”
Bremer Mountain Retreat (Morton)
These beautiful cabins, stocked with complimentary cannabis, offer an unforgettable camping experience. At Bremer Mountain Retreat, hiking, swimming, and fishing are just a short walk away. Guests can enjoy fruits and veggies grown in the gardens right on camp and are even allowed to smoke inside the cabins.