- TripBuzz discovered 76 different types of activities for couples in the Friday Harbor area, including Whale Watching Tours (like Spirit of Orca Whale & Wildlife Tours), Kayaking (like Crystal Seas Kayaking), Sailing (like San Juan Classic Day Sailing) and Ziplines (like Zip San Juan), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 93 date ideas in or near Friday Harbor, Washington, including 66 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oak Harbor, Anacortes, Eastsound and Central Saanich.
Operating in Washingtonâ€™s scenic Skagit Valley area, Tulip Country Bike Tours offers guided bicycle tours of the beautiful tulip fields in the valley. The company also offers bike rentals for visitors who want to guide their own tours.
This artist complex provides musical, dance, and theater entertainment for all ages. Partnered with Fort Warden State Park, they offer art paired with nature classes. Residences are also available to artists wishing to immerse themselves in their art.
Common wines like cabernet sauvignon, blush, port, and merlot are produced through FairWinds Winery, which also offers Aligote and Lemberger. There is an on-site tasting room where guests can sample all varieties that are available.
This 434 acre park has more than two miles of shoreline to enjoy the Pacific Ocean and views. The high bluffs provide a scenic view of the Puget Sound. Historic buildings give you plenty to explore on this 19th century fort. Behaved pets welcome.
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The Port Williams Lavender Farm is a local family-owned farm that specializes in the production of lavender. Visitors to the farm commonly purchase items from the farm's gift shop and enjoy the picturesque scenery that the farm has to offer.
Views of the Olympic Mountain Range and the San Juan Islands are offered through the Schooner Suva Day Tours. The antique schooner can hold a small private group for several hours of sailing in local waters.
At Regal Barkley Village 16 IMAX & RPX, visitors can watch blockbuster hits in auditoriums featuring digital projection and surround sound. Visitors can reserve seating beforehand instead of on a first come first serve basis.
Built in 1986, Birch Bay Waterslides is considered to be one of the largest tourist attractions in the area. Two of the most popular slides on the site include Black Tower Slides, including Black Hole which features a 60 foot drop and a large enclosed slide.