Take the Pacific Northwest Trivia Quiz

Think you know your Pacific Northwest trivia? I’ve put together this little trivia quiz to test your knowledge and to get you thinking about your next Pacific Northwest Adventure.

The tiniest park in the world resides in Portland Oregon. What’s it called?

  • Forest Park
  • Washington Park
  • Peninsula Park
  • Mills End Park

    In the “Twilight” novels/movie franchise, Bella and Charlie’s hometown is what tiny Washington town?

  • Forks
  • Prineville
  • Port Angeles
  • Condon

    The deepest lake in the U.S holds mysterious qualities due to its immense depth. What’s its name? 

  • Shasta Lake
  • Crater Lake
  • Diamond Lake
  • Lost Creek Lake

    What city is the capital of Washington State? 

  • Salem
  • Tacoma
  • Olympia
  • Spokane

    The most dangerous lighthouse on the west coast is…

  • Cape Disappointment
  • North Head
  • Terrible Tilly
  • Haceta Head

    Who/what was San Juan Island named by?

  • A Spanish explorer
  • A Catholic Saint
  • The first horse brought to the island
  • The Puerto Rican city of the same name

    Seattle Coffee is known the world over, but what year did the business start?

  • 1984
  • 1968
  • 1971
  • 1998

    What sportswear company was NOT founded in Oregon?

  • DaKine
  • Adidas
  • Columbia
  • Nike

    This city of Portland has the most of these per capita than anywhere else in the world.

  • Hipsters
  • Food Carts
  • Starbucks
  • Bikes

    Which movie was NOT shot mostly in Oregon? (be careful with this one)

  • Free Willy
  • Kindergarten Cop
  • The Shining
  • The Goonies

Answers: 

Mills End Park, Forks, Crater Lake, Olympia, Terrible Tilly, A Catholic saint, 1971, Adidas, Food carts, The Shining

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