- 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.
Open year-round, the Sequim Bay State Park is spread over 92-acres that includes 4,909 feet of saltwater coastline. Popular facilities offered by the park are the Olympic Discovery Trail, a baseball field, horseshoe pits, and a tennis court.
This working lavender farm produces several varieties of lavender for clippings, culinary purposes, and oils. In the store you can purchase a variety of farm made products as well as fresh lavender clippings..
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Beaver Lake Rd, Central Saanich, British Columbia MoreLess Info
At The Elk / Beaver Lake Regional Park, guests can go swimming, canoeing, or fishing for rainbow trout. The location, which features sheltered picnic areas and a nature center, also contains a walking and equestrian trails.
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1370 Old Fort Townsend Rd, Port Townsend, WA 98368 MoreLess Info
An overnight camping site, Fort Townsend State Park is ideal for hikers and outdoorsmen of all ages. Located on Port Townsend Bay, boating, swimming and saltwater fishing are also a popular activity at this locale.
With over 400 lighting fixtures, this museum will give you a look into the decor items of the depression years during 1928 through 1938. There are items on display that are so rare they cannot be seen any ware else.
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| Highlands, Central Saanich, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Guests of Gowlland Tod Provincial Park can go swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, and cycling. The 1,280 acre location, available for day-use only, also has picnic tables and flush toilets.
Port Townsend Brewing offers 10 home brewed ales, scheduled live entertainment, outdoor patio and a small tasting room to kick back and enjoy a great custom brewed beer with friends; rental items are also available for weddings and special events.
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Lime Kiln, WA MoreLess Info
With over 2,550 feet of shoreline, the 36.32-acre park has land-based facilities for whale watching, as well as views of Vancouver Island; forest trails lead you to the rocky shoreline and a lighthouse.
Founded in 2002, the Northwind Arts Center is a non-profit arts center dedicated to promoting creativity in the local area. Art exhibitions, educational programs, and workshops are among the services and events at the center.