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Lewis County, located in southwest Washington state, covers 2,449 square miles(96x26 miles) from the summit of the Cascade Range in the east to the Chehalis River valley in the west. Following the path of the Cowlitz River, U.S. Highway 12, a scenic byway, is one of the four major year-round highways connecting western and eastern Washington. In the west, the county is traversed by Interstate 5. Centralia, Chehalis, Morton, Mossyrock, Napavine, Packwood, Pe Ell, Randle, Toledo, Vader, and Winlock make up the larger cities, towns and communities.

The Centralia/Chehalis area is equidistant from Seattle and Portland, 87 miles from each, and 228 miles from Vancouver B.C. Interstate 5 provides access from the north and south. For Centralia, take exit 81 or 82, for Chehalis exits 76, 77 and 79. For East Lewis County, take exit 68 (Highway 12). Traveling from eastern Washington, take Highway 12 via White Pass. Hwy 6 west winds through rural countryside to the Ocean Beaches.

Destination Centralia, in conjunction with Amtrak, offers a visitor package that samples the history of the area. Amtrak's "Shoppers Special" originates from Seattle, Tacoma and Portland. The package includes round-trip train tickets, a greeting at the 1912 depot, and trolley or van transportation to antiques stores, factory outlet malls, National Historic Registry homes, and the city's historic murals. Overnight visitors are chauffeured to and from their lodgings.

Contact: Destination Centralia www.Centralia.com Tourism Lewis County - www.TourLewisCounty.com Destination Packwood 1-800-963-7898




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