- TripBuzz found 287 things to do with kids in or near Auburn, Washington, including 269 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Issaquah, Puyallup, Bellevue and Federal Way.
- From Pond-A-Luce-A Stables to Auburn Skate Connection, the Auburn area offers 97 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Parks, Horseback Riding and Children's Play Area.
- Auburn is situated just 15 miles northeast from the state capital of Tacoma. The White River and Green River run through the city and tend to be featured in whole or in part within most of the parks in the area. Due to the fact that the Muckleshoot Reservation is so close to Auburn, there is also a nearby tribal gambling casino.
Offering services for horse training and boarding, Pond-A-Luce-A Stables has a facility complete with stables and an arena. The stables offers lessons for first time riders that teach the basics of Western and English riding styles.
An indoor playground area and party place, Auburn's Xtreme Bounce Of Fun is geared toward kids under 48 inches tall. The facility features an inflatable slide, a ball pit, and a variety of creative toys and games.
Red Horse Farm is a horseback riding lesson, training and full-care horse boarding facility. They offer an inclusive environment to learn more about horses and a variety of services including horse training and comprehensive riding lessons for adults and children.
Spend a day at the tracks at Emerald Downs. Guests can enjoy races at this Thoroughbred racing facility, first opened in 1996, from the Track Level, the Park or the Grandstand. Live racing runs April through September.
A sports complex measuring over 26 acres, Brannan Park features baseball and soccer fields as well as a basketball court and a skate park. The park provides a walking trail, picnic tables, barbecue grills, playground and open play fields.
Gamefarm Park is a large community park that contains a variety of facilities for organized sports and activities. The park provides a paved loop trail, ball fields, tennis, basketball and Pickleball courts. The facility is also adjacent to Stuck River.
Home to White River Valley Museum, Les Gove Museum Park features a restored log cabin, turn of the century Main Street and a caboose. The park has a half-mile trail, spray pad, playground, fitness equipment and open grass fields.