- The list below includes 37 free or cheap things to do in or near Leavenworth, Washington, including 26 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Specialty Shops, Rafting and Sleigh Ride.
- From Waterfront Park to Front Street Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Leavenworth and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wenatchee, Cashmere and Peshastin.
Accessible from downtown Leavenworth, this easy, flat hiking trail runs along the Wenatchee, River and winds through riverbank forests. There are plenty of benches placed in scenic areas for taking in the sites, bird watching, or watching salmon swim upstream. Beach inlets periodically appear and are great swim…
The flat and relatively short distance of the path makes the Penstock Trail (Old Pipeline Trail) popular with walkers and amateur hikers. Trail running and bouldering are also popular activities for the recreational area.
This gourmet cheese shop offers hard cheeses, soft cheeses, smoked cheeses, stinky cheeses, sharp cheeses, mild cheeses, herbed cheeses, spiced, fruited and blue cheeses, as well as a wide variety of sausages, salami's, and gift sets. Free tastings available as you shop.
Stroll across the outdoor patio to get the tasting room and brewery and then learn about beer history as you taste from the selection of 4 custom brews and munch on gourmet pretzels, vegetable chips and honey almonds.
Located in the Cascade Mountains, Eagle Creek Ranch offers visitors outdoor activities like horseback riding and horse-drawn sleigh rides. The horseback rides take place on a trail on the property with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
Whitewater rafting trips are the concentration of Orion. They provide unhurried overnight rafting options through both Oregon and Washington and act as a full-service outfitter that provides necessary gear along with professional river guides.
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19115 Chiwawa Loop Road, Leavenworth, WA 98826 MoreLess Info
Magical and romantic, the Mountain Springs Lodge Sleigh Rides are a popular attraction during Washington's chilly months. The company offers rides on a charming red, two-horse sleigh while riders enjoy carol serenades and spiced cider.
Displaying over 6,000 nutcrackers, some that date back to roman time, makes this one of the largest nutcracker collections in the world. Visitors can view a 14 minute video on the history of nutcrackers before taking the self-guided tour. Group tours are available as well.