- The list below includes 42 free or cheap things to do in or near Port Angeles, Washington, including 63 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Bowling, Camping Site and Parks.
- From Salt Creek Recreation Area to Olympic National Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Port Angeles and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sequim and Forks.
Old Mill Park is situated on 6.6 acres of land and features saltwater beach access, hiking trails, picnic areas, and restrooms. The park also features a fitness center as well as trails that can be used for biking.
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.
A trail of yellow footsteps painted on the sidewalks guide visitors along the walking tour of Duncan Totem Poles. Throughout the town over 40 totem poles dot the community, with signs explaining the origins of the poles and historic information about the carvers and region.
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The community-based Cowichan Bay Maritime Centre is home to the Cowichan Wooden Boat Society. There is a museum that explains the history of the Bay, the native culture, and the tradition of the wooden boats. Strolling along the scenic pier offers views of the wooden boats.
South Whidbey Historical Society is a museum open on Saturday and Sunday afternoons and free to the public. They house a collection of items related to the area and their gift shop also features relevant books.
Callahan's Firehouse Studio and Gallery was originally a working firehouse. Now, the facility is a glass blowing and art studio and gallery, with a variety of original works for purchase. The studio also offers glass blowing lessons.
The Whidbey Art Gallery specializes in showing the works of three local artists who founded the arts center. The gallery also features and supports the work of numerous young regional artists who work in prints, sculpture, pottery and jewelry.