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- We discovered a total of 386 date ideas in or near Redmond, Washington, including 365 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Woodinville, Kirkland, Seattle and Issaquah.
The Manette Bridge spans the Port Washington Narrows near the Puget Sound, connecting the cities of Bremerton and Manette. Wide pedestrian lanes provide walkers and bikers views of the sound and access to restaurants near the bridge.
Nelson Park contains a playground for small children and a covered area with picnic tables, while also providing a look back into the history of the area. The park includes a cabin with artifacts dating back to the late 1800s.
An ecologically-friendly park, Long Lake County Park features a pier for fishing and water access. Other features include a large community center, basketball courts, sports fields, and a playground for kids.
395 SPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: 50% Off PowellsWood Garden Admission or Membership
430 South Dash Point Road, Federal Way, WA MoreLess Info
At PowellsWood, A Northwest Garden, visitors can explore a variety of rain forest and woodland themed gardens with perennials, ferns, and creeks. The garden grows both native and international plants like the Portuguese laurel.
A movie theater with 10 screens, Regal Poulsbo Stadium 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, a game room and a concession area with food and drinks.
A 32-lane bowling center, Hi-Joy Bowl offers open and league bowling as well as private event and party hosting. The center provides shoe rental, a full-service bar, arcade games and a restaurant with food and drinks.
822 Bay Street, Port Orchard, WA 98366 MoreLess Info
Dragonfly Cinema Movie Theater is a movie theater that showcases local and independent movies, bring back classics and neo-classic/retro favorites, family-friendly features, and second-run films. It is also a venue for local painters and sculptors to showcase their work.