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Farmington is in Washington State, USA.


Literally on the edge of Washington, Farmington is a slumbering little community of 151 residents. It is known for having the state's smallest post office and allegedly the country's tallest wooden flagpole.

Get in[edit]

Farmington can be reached by car, motorcycle, or bicycle. There is no public transportation service or rail line.

Get around[edit]

Getting around the town is easily accomplished by car, motorcycle, bicycle, and on foot.


The Post Office (Main & Second), McCroskey State Park (Across the Idaho border, a scenic gravel drive)


Mill around and hope for someone to talk to, sleep, plan where to go next.


The post office sells stamps and money orders.


The last restaurant in town closed upon the owner's death sometime in the early '90's.


See "Eat"


Pitch a tent on Skyline Drive, otherwise there is a convenient park bench across from the post office.


Someone elsewhere

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As soon as possible.

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