- 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.
Providing direct access to the lake, American Lake Park offers visitors an outdoor area for fishing, boating, swimming, jogging, and other activities. The park has a wooden playground with monkey bars, slides, and fireman poles.
Situated on the shores of American Lake, Harry Todd Park provides visitors with scenic views of the lake, as well as picnic and swimming areas. From the shore, visitors can watch the Commencement Bay Rowing Club practice.
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7607 NW Newberry Hill Road, Silverdale, WA 98383 MoreLess Info
A 1200-acre nature area, Newberry Hill Heritage Park is a heavily forested area with wetlands and is home to wildlife. The park has more than 15 miles of trails that can be used for hiking, biking and horseback riding.
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6100 152nd Street, Marysville, WA 98271 MoreLess Info
A three-acre dog park, Strawberry Fields for Rover Off-leash Park features a fully fenced, grass field with double-gated entry. It has play structures for dogs, benches, a fire hydrant and a three-tiered drinking fountain for humans and dogs.
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PO Box 136, Langley, WA 98260 MoreLess Info
Situated on Whidbey Island, the South Whidbey Park & Recreation District covers multiple recreation facilities, including four baseball fields, five soccer fields, and two full playgrounds. There is even a complete wooden castle play structure in its own park area.
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.