It is a state park located near Camden, Ohio. Just North of Oxford.
old north state or Tar Heel Statethe Carolina of the north
to the north of Washington state is the Canadian province of british Columbia & you could also just say Canada or the Canadian border borders Washington state in the north yet the state of Oregon might also be said to border Washington state in the north in the sense of to its own north to the north of Oregon & it is a peculiarity of English that one cant be positively sure which of these two meanings you have in mind moreover it is a peculiarity of geography that regardless of which way you mean the question the state of Idaho also borders Washington state in the north in a few places due to the sinuosities of the snake river
The state south of North Dekota is South Dekota, then further south is Nebraska.
North America, we just have the one.
The state capital of Kansas is Topeka.
There is a Kansas City in Missouri and Kansas.
The state of Kentucky is just north of Tennessee.
The answer is Oregon. Washington state is just north of the state of Oregon.
If you mean Washington DC, Maryland is directly north. If you mean the State of Washington, you will find Canada to the north.
New York is just north of Pennsylvania.
Kanas, OK. New Mexico State, LSU, UC Santa Barbara
Connecticut is just north of new Hampshire and vermont!
Alaska is the only state north of British Columbia.