- TripBuzz discovered 106 different types of activities for couples in the Shoreline area, including Skating Rinks (like Highland Ice Arena), Parks (like Discovery Park), Winery/Vineyard (like Chateau Ste. Michelle Vineyards) and Movie Theaters (like SEE Film Bremerton Cinema), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 412 date ideas in or near Shoreline, Washington, including 411 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Woodinville, Kirkland, Seattle and Poulsbo.
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6325 Double Bluff Rd, Freeland, WA MoreLess Info
This off the leash dog park is also a great place for clamming, rock collecting, ship and eagle watching, and offers sensational beach access. The 4th of July celebration is alternative, with locals bringing their own fireworks.
For almost 70 years, the Bremerton Community Theatre has been bringing live stage productions to local audiences. The theater, which boasts its own 1920s-era pipe organ, puts on several productions each year.
Located along Dyes Inlet, Silverdale Waterfront Park provides access to the beach and waterfront that can be used for boating. The park has a playground, gazebo and picnic areas available including a picnic shelter and grassy fields.
This park sits on the shores of Pine Lake and has two playgrounds, a baseball field, restrooms, a boat launch, swimming area, and a fishing pier; an annual calendar of events including live music, plays, and outdoor movies is available.
90% 10 votes
5237 Langley Road, Langley, WA 98260 MoreLess Info
The Whidbey Island Vineyard & Winery is a winery that produces 3,500 cases of wine per year using grapes grown in Eastern Washington. The vineyard consists of a front patio and multiple picnic tables that sit under an apple orchard.
Offering views of Mount Rainier, Lions Park features lighted softball fields along with basketball and tennis courts. The park also offers a nearly one-mile walking path, picnic areas, children's playgrounds and open grass fields.
86% 56 votes
18201 SE Cougar Mountain Dr, Issaquah, WA 98027 MoreLess Info
This 3,100-acre park connects to Squak Mountain State Park and has elevation between 1,000 and 1,595 feet with scenery that includes mature second growth forests, cliffs, streams, wetlands, talus and caves. There are four trail systems of different lengths and skill level for your exploration.