Rockhounding Near Seattle: 13 Places To Hunt Rocks, Crystals, and Fossils

Are there any rock, mineral, or gem enthusiasts out there? Here are a few locations for those interested in rockhounding near Seattle during the summer. Rockhounding Near Seattle (A Visitor’s Guide) Disclaimer The information provided in this article by YesDirt.com is for informational purposes and is subject to change. Laws are updated. Accessibility guidelines and restrictions … Read more

Rockhounding Mt. St. Helens: A Beginner’s Guide To A Great Trip

The Gifford Pinchot National Forest National Forest, which spans over 1,320,000 acres, is home to the famous Mt St Helen National Monument, which is known for its 15-mile high deadly eruption more than four decades ago. These days, rockhounding Mt. St. Helens has become a rage, particularly for gold, especially since it’s an active volcano … Read more

Rockhounding Olympic Peninsula: 10 Breathtaking Locations with Unique Treasures

More tourists and visitors are planning their own rockhounding Olympic Peninsula adventures every year. Caches of amazing rocks lie about 100 miles of beach along the Pacific Coast, surrounding the inland rivers from Mt. Olympus, along the northern coast. Where To Go Rockhounding In the Olympic Peninsula Our journey across the Peninsula will start at … Read more

Rockhounding Washington State: 10+ Amazing Sites You Should Check Out

Rockhounding Washington State is definitely something for a rock collector’s bucket list. Aside from the crazy beauty of the state (trees, rivers, mountains, beaches) you can find an extraordinary variety of unique rocks and fossils. Due to years of significant volcanic activity in the state, you’ll be able to hunt for and find agate, jasper, … Read more