- TripBuzz found 429 things to do with kids in or near Burien, Washington, including 428 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bremerton, Kirkland, Issaquah and Seattle.
- From Ed Munro Seahurst Park to Angle Lake Park, the Burien area offers 99 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Dog Park.
- An urban community about fifteen minutes south of Seattle, Burien offers a combination of single-family and condominium living. Its downtown area provides waterfront views along with specialty, boutique shopping and casual, family dining. Burien also has a community garden, athletic field, several parks and trails for walking, hiking, bicycling and jogging.
Located on 39.77 acres, Yauger Park was built by a retired Army colonel after whom the park is named. The park offers picnic tables and shelter, a basketball hoop, running track, playground, baseball fields and skate park.
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1207 Broadway Street, Marysville, KS 66508 MoreLess Info
Marshall County Courthouse Museum is also a genealogical research library, after serving as Marshall County's courthouse for almost 90 years. The building has an interesting eight-sided tower and decorative terra-cotta panels bearing the word 'Justice'.
Skate Inn Marysville is a public roller skating rink open to individuals of all skating skill levels. The rink features a number of amenities and services, including skate rentals, birthday party hosting, and skating lessons.
Comeford Park is a park and community center. Attractions include a playground, meeting rooms, picnic areas, a rotary pavilion, public restrooms, and open fields. The park can be rented for a variety of private events.
Situated along 30 acres of forest and wetlands, Jennings Memorial Park features a dinosaur park, park barn and plaza. The park has fields for basketball and baseball as well as nature trails, picnic areas and a ranch facility.
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State Route 121 to Tilley Road Southwest, Olympia, WA MoreLess Info
Spread over 842 acres, Millersylvania State Park is a very popular outdoor recreational site and camping park. In addition with the abundance of old-growth fir and cedar trees to enjoy, the park also has 3,300 feet of shoreline that runs along Deep Lake.