- The list below includes 352 free or cheap things to do in or near Lynnwood, Washington, including 93 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Children's Play Area, Bowling and Playgrounds.
- From Lynndale Park to Wilcox Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lynnwood and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Seattle, Poulsbo, Kirkland and Bellevue.
Visitors can enjoy a walk along the docks of the downtown Kirkland waterfront at Marina Park. The park provides a view of Lake Washington, walking and jogging trails, and it also host special events like 4th of July celebrations.
Featuring a mix of beer and mini-golf, Flatstick Pub is a unique location offering a number of fun amenities for its guests. Visitors to the pub commonly enjoy playing a round of indoor mini-golf, drinking local beers, or watching sports.
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Juanita Beach Park, 9703 NE Juanita Drive, Kirkland, WA 98034 MoreLess Info
Northwest Paddle Surfers specializes in the rental of Stand Up Paddle boards. Single and two person kayaks and an 8 person board for parties is available. PaddleFlow Yoga combines SUP boarding and Yoga for on the lake yoga classes.
The 12 acre Peter Kirk Park features a library, several community buildings, two pools open sports fields, a skate park, tennis courts, a playground area, and wireless internet access. The picnic areas allow gas-fired grills and concessions are available.
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4014 University Way Northeast, Seattle, WA 98195 MoreLess Info
The University of Washington campus provides an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, as well as the surrounding campus town. Visitors can enjoy lake activities as well as various restaurants, shops, and university buildings.
Agua Verde Paddle Club combines a kayak and stand up paddle board rental facility with seaside dining in a casual atmosphere. Visitors can paddle around the bay and take in wildlife views, then return to the restaurant to dine.
This working pumpkin farm has seasonal and year round activities, including a gift shop, Harvest Market, corn maze, 20-acres of pumkin fields, 3-D Pumpkin Barn Adventure, face painting, hayrides, Espresso Shop, Craven Farm Cook Shack, and Pumpkin Slinger.
The completed area of the Centennial Trail covers approximately 30 miles with a 10-foot-wide multi-purpose trail and a 6-foot-wide equestrian trail. Multiple picnic tables and picnic shelters are also available to those utilizing the trails.