- TripBuzz found 358 things to do with kids in or near Bothell, Washington, including 343 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kirkland, Seattle, Issaquah and Bellevue.
- From Elevated Sportz Indoor Trampoline Park to 7C's Swim School, the Bothell area offers 100 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Horseback Riding, Trampoline Parks and Arts & Crafts Classes.
- A suburb of the Greater Seattle area, Bothell is a growing community with various businesses opting to call this city home. This includes several pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers, as well as computer and technology corporate offices. Tourists, visitors and residents often frequent The Country Village Shops in Bothell. Along with shopping, the mall features train rides, craft shops, restaurants and a farmers market.
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.
Dungeness Recreation Area is 216 acres and offers a mile-long bluff trail with picnic sites, a pocket picnic area, a group picnic area with shelter and equestrian trails. The campground is open year round with 66 premium campsites.
Running alongside the northern part of the Olympic Peninsula, the Olympic Discovery Trail spans 120 miles and connects to various ports and beaches. The trail features hiking and sightseeing with views of the Dungeness sand spit and miles of forest.
Bill's Boat House caters to recreational boaters and fishing enthusiasts year-round with equipment rentals, and bait and tackle for sale. The shop clerks offer advice to anglers on hot spots and allow fishing from their adjacent pier as well.
Operated by the First Baptist Church/Cascade Christian Center, the Jungle Playground is a playground aimed at providing a safe location for guests to play in. A play structure, concessions, and birthday party packages are among the amenities available.
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.
This 1,000 acre farm grows strawberries, raspberries, logan berries, boysenberries, blueberries blackberries and lavender depending on the season for you to pick and purchase while enjoying the mountain views. Premade products or pre-boxed berries also available for purchase on premise or online.