- The list below includes 366 free or cheap things to do in or near Shoreline, Washington, including 93 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Skating Rinks, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- From Riverside Guide Service to Highland Ice Arena, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Shoreline and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Seattle, Poulsbo, Kirkland and Bremerton.
Situated on 30.75 acres of mostly wooded terrain, Hillcrest Park features facilities for soccer, tennis, softball and basketball. The park also provides both open and sheltered picnic areas, children's playgrounds, walking paths and grass areas for recreational activities.
100% 29 votes
PO Box 2324, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 MoreLess Info
This river guide service offers a variety of packages from small 2 people fishing trips to family and group scenic trips. There are over night packages and multiple types of sport fishing excursions. The 20-foot drift boats are equipped with propane heaters and warm beverages are provided in the winter.
Offering guided tours, Dungeness Kayaking takes visitors on kayak rides to Dungeness Lighthouse, Crescent Bay, along the Strait of Juan de Fuca and other locations. Sea kayaking lessons are also offered and are provided by an ACA Certified instructor.
96% 244 votes
15867 Beaver Marsh Road, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 MoreLess Info
Stroll through the 3 and a half acre garden for ideas or purchase bulbs at the gift shop. Food and coffee are available. The windmill and Blue Mountains provide a back drop to the colorful gardens for photo opportunities.
At Olympic Lavender Farm, visitors can walk through a field of lavender or purchase a wide variety of lavender products, from essential oil to honey. The farm hosts a family festival with local vendors and businesses.
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300-598 S 18th Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98274 MoreLess Info
As a community splash pad, Kiwanis Park With Spray Park has a variety of geysers and spray devices for kids to play with. The park is surrounded by picnic tables and is situated next to playground equipment.
Visitors can explore a restored 1880s Gable and Wing Farm House that now serves as a museum at the Spanaway Historical Society. The museum features a variety of exhibits and furnishings related to local history.
Spanning a 5.5 acre farm with shaded picnic tables, The Lavender Connection houses 22 different varieties of lavender alongside a creek. An on-site store sells handmade lavender products and oil that is distilled on the farm.