Black Hills (Washington) facts for kids
Black Hills behind the state capitol building in Olympia
|Elevation||2,664 ft (812 m)|
Location of the Black Hills
|Parent range||Willapa Hills|
The Black Hills are a small range of hills in Thurston and Grays Harbor counties of Washington. They are a subset of the Willapa Hills. 2,664-foot (812 m) Capitol Peak is the highest peak in the range.
The former name for the Black Hills was the Black Mountains.
The Capitol State Forest has roughly the same boundaries as the Black Hills.
The high school A.G. West Black Hills is named for the hills. So is Black Hills Community Hospital and the local soccer club the Blackhills Football Club.
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