- TripBuzz discovered 91 different types of activities for couples in the Lakewood area, including Parks (like Fort Steilacoom Park), Movie Theaters (like AMC Loews Lakewood Towne Center 12), Theaters (like Lakewood Playhouse) and Bowling (like Bowling Centers-Bowlero Lanes), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 199 date ideas in or near Lakewood, Washington, including 182 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lacey, Olympia, Gig Harbor and Tacoma.
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19501 144th Ave NE, Ste D-700, Woodinville, WA 98072 MoreLess Info
A Washington State craft winery, Piccola Cellars makes and delivers a variety of wines to restaurants and other businesses. The company ships wines in stainless steel kegs for a sustainable and unique trademark.
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Edmonds Center for the Arts, 410 4th Ave N, Edmonds, WA 98020 MoreLess Info
Starring local comedians, Edmonds Comedy Night is a two night, annual event with live stand up entertainment. The show has a VIP area that includes reserved seats, drink tickets, and more.
Visitors to the Kitsap Memorial State Park can partake in a variety of activities including fishing, scuba diving, hiking, swimming, beachcombing, clamming, and crabbing. The park offers campsites as well as cabins for rental.
Nestled within the trees of Bothell, Cedar Grove Park boasts a variety of features fit to complete a family outing. The near 14 acres is complete with play areas, picnic pavilions, public grills, sport courts, walking paths, and parking.
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One of the highest mountains in the United States, Mount Rainier provides an outdoor experience for the entire family. Hiking is available, ranging from small climbs to more challenging, with a park facilitated by staff.
Featuring 24 wood lanes, Lynnwood Bowl & Skate offers open bowling along with a maple skating surface for open skating. The center provides skating lessons, a climbing wall, a dining menu and a full bar with adult beverages.
Spread over 13 acres, Miner's Corner County Park is the first fully accessible park in the area, including an accessible playground with a sand and water play habitat. Multiple paths and play spaces are positioned through the natural woodlands, and there is a 10-foot tall wheelchair accessible lookout tower.