The Evergreen State is the unofficial nickname of Washington state, invented by an early pioneer and historian named C.T. Conover and adopted by many visitors and residents. Anyone who sets foot in the state understands the designation intuitively, with its abundance of ponderosa pines, Douglas fir, and western red cedar, as well as enough rainfall to keep the region’s lush vegetation green throughout the year. This verdant carpet leads the curious in all directions, to mountainous peaks and the Puget Sound in the West and to sprawling prairies in the East. Seattle has something for every intrepid traveler. Glampers, in particular, will enjoy a variety of stylish accommodations that suit the natural beauty of the state. Book one of these log cabins for a getaway to Washington that will be unforgettable.