- The list below includes 336 free or cheap things to do in or near Redmond, Washington, including 91 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Go Karts, Movie Theaters and Visitor Centers.
- From Marymoor Park to Marymoor Park - Off leash, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Redmond and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Seattle, Kirkland, Bellevue and Everett.
The 110-acre wetland park has running trails, wooden covered bridges, and abundant wild life such as turtles, ducks, osprey, ducks, red-winged black birds, and beaver. Guided tours of the park's wetlands are available on Sundays. Tai Chi classes meet here weekly.
Waverly Beach Park sits on the edge of Lake Washington and offers picnic tables/benches, a public dock, windsurfing and fishing areas, and a playground for kids. Restrooms and a refreshment stand/market are also available.
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12421 103rd Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98034 MoreLess Info
North Kirkland Community Center & Park is nearly 5.5 acres and includes dual playgrounds with many attractions, a basketball court, picnic areas and lots of green space. The center also offers many classes including dance and aerobics.
Juanita Beach Park was recently renovated to include 900 new trees and evergreens to be planted, an outdoor amphitheater, ball fields, new benches, and updated barbeque and rental facilities. The beach itself is the biggest in Kirkland in terms of overall sand area.
Visitors to Gold Creek Trout Farm don't need a fishing license, poles, or any other equipment as everything necessary is provided before fishing the stocked, shallow pond. They will also clean the fish and there are several picnic tables.
Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm features row upon row of blueberry trees surrounding a lake with ample space for picnicking. Blueberries can be picked and bought by the pound, along with other fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers.
The Kelsey Creek Park & Farm is based on original farm land that dates to the 1930s. The site currently is home to many animals, including horses, goats, sheep, chickens, pigs, waterfowl, and rabbits that frolic near a playground and picnic tables.
Covering over 53 acres, the Bellevue Botanical Gardens serves as an urban refuge. There are cultivated gardens, natural wetlands, and restored woodlands that allow for walking, community celebrations, and even outdoor art exhibits.
Situated on nearly 100 acres, Wilburton Hill Park features a walking trail that is part of the Lake to Lake Trail and Greenway System. The park has fields for baseball and soccer, picnic facilities, a playground and a zip line.