- TripBuzz discovered 102 different types of activities for couples in the Redmond area, including Winery/Vineyard (like Sky River Brewing Inc), Parks (like Marymoor Park), Go Karts (like K1 Speed Seattle) and Movie Theaters (like iPic Theaters), and much more.
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Picnic Point Park features a beach, picnic tables and charcoal cookers and is popular for its scenic views including an island, mountain range and passing trains. Combers on the beach can see seashells, crabs, and shellfish.
Located on eight acres, Snoqualmie Point Park is a nature area providing hiking trails and views of Snoqualmie Valley, Mount Si and the Cascade Mountains. The park has areas suitable for picnics and an amphitheater for concerts and other events.
Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate a visit to Ed Munro Seahurst Park, located in Burien. This 178-acre park is comprised of forests and a beach on Puget Sound, and is home to a large variety of wildlife.
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4602 Chennault Beach Rd, B2, Mukilteo, WA 98275 MoreLess Info
Located in Mukilteo,Washington, the Diamond Knot Production Brewery and Taproom features an Alehouse restaurant where both beer and breakfast are on always on the menu. A taproom and tasting tours are also featured at the brewery.
Visitors can try their hand at go-kart racing with Traxx Indoor Raceway. The cars can go up to 30 mph, and the facility provides a helmet and race suit. It also has a banquet room for birthday parties and other events.
Situated along the Snohomish River, the Farm at Swan's Trail offers a wide range of outdoor farm-based amusement for families. Depending on the season, the farm has apple picking, a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, nine-hole putting course, and live duck races.
The Farm is a farm-themed outdoor amusement facility that features a variety of attractions and amenities. There is a corn maze in the shape of Washington State, a miniature golf course, wagon rides, and even live duck races.