- The list below includes 178 free or cheap things to do in or near Snoqualmie, Washington, including 88 different types of inexpensive activities like Train Tours, Bowling, Specialty Museums and Dog Park.
- From Snoqualmie Falls to Snoqualmie Point Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Snoqualmie and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kirkland, Bellevue, Issaquah and Kent.
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8714 87th Avenue SW, Lakewood, WA 98498 MoreLess Info
As a community dog park, Fort Steilacoom Bark- Off-Leash Area offers visitors an open field for dogs to roam free. The park has three different sections to accommodate the size of the dog, from small dogs to large dogs.
Equipped with lots of playground equipment, Fort Steilacom Park offers activities for all ages. Additionally, the park is equipped with walking trails, picnic shelters and fields where sports like baseball and soccer can be enjoyed.
76% 315 votes
10600 Quil Ceda Blvd., Tulalip, Marysville, WA 98271 MoreLess Info
Located just north of Seattle, Seattle Premium Outlets offers 125 stores to choose from. Shoppers can score savings at such retailers as BCBG Max Azria, Joe's Jeans, Nike and more. The center is open seven days a week.
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12317 Gravelly Lake Drive Southwest, Lakewood, WA 98499 MoreLess Info
Stroll among impressive landscape architecture at Lakewold Gardens. Among the points of interest is Woodland Garden, complete with maple trees and a stream and pond. This historic estate garden, open year-round, offers group tours. Picnicking is welcome, but pets are not permitted.
Situated on 109 acres, Kopachuck State Park sits on Henderson Bay and can be used for swimming, boating, fishing and water sports. The park provides two miles of hiking trails, picnic areas and views of the Olympic Mountains.
See a movie the old-fashioned way at Rodeo Drive-In Theatre. Movies are shown in digital presentation, and guests listen through car speakers or portable FM radio (no outdoor speakers available). A concession stand is available. Open mid-March through end of September.
Visitors to the Kitsap Memorial State Park can partake in a variety of activities including fishing, scuba diving, hiking, swimming, beachcombing, clamming, and crabbing. The park offers campsites as well as cabins for rental.