- TripBuzz found 433 things to do with kids in or near Seattle, Washington, including 409 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bremerton, Kirkland, Issaquah and Bellevue.
- From Safeco Field to Alki Beach, the Seattle area offers 99 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Neighborhoods, Sports Stadiums (Professional) and Aquariums.
- Located on Washington's coast, Seattle is the largest city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It's most famous landmark, the Space Needle, has long been the cities most popular tourist attraction, as well as the more recent Seattle Great Wheel, one of the largest Ferris wheels in the US. Other attractions include diverse dining, water recreation, the local zoo and aquarium and a number of annual festivals.
100% 10 votes
1717 Maple Valley Highway, Renton, WA 98055 MoreLess Info
Cedar River Regional Trail is a trail that accommodates both biking and walking along the river deep into Maple Valley. The trail also features a leash free dog park with ramps, toys, and drinking water for dogs.
Flowing with evergreen trees, Anderson Park also boasts two historic cabins, a covered picnic shelter and tables, bicycle racks and a children's play area. Additionally the park has a brick plaza with an outdoor stage and restrooms.
100% 5 votes
720 Jones Ave S, Renton, WA 98057 MoreLess Info
Phillip Arnold Park & Tapeworm Mt Bike Trail is a ten-acre, triangular-shaped neighborhood park that provides a variety of recreational opportunities. Amenities include lighted ball field and tennis courts, basketball court, picnic areas and shelters and play equipment.
Blyth Park pays tribute to the playgrounds of the past, complete with a tire mountain, swing sets, and hiking trails. Families can enjoy the various amenities, including shaded picnic tables and public barbeque grills, to make a family outing fantastic and fun in Bothell, Washington.
86% 56 votes
18201 SE Cougar Mountain Dr, Issaquah, WA 98027 MoreLess Info
This 3,100-acre park connects to Squak Mountain State Park and has elevation between 1,000 and 1,595 feet with scenery that includes mature second growth forests, cliffs, streams, wetlands, talus and caves. There are four trail systems of different lengths and skill level for your exploration.
Riverside Guide Service provides fishing charters, fishing guides and salmon fishing, including gear, bait and a fishing boat. Trips are offered for five salmon species, plus sturgeon, American shad and steelhead.
Opened in 2008, 7C's Swim School is a school dedicated to teaching its students how to swim. In addition to teaching how to swim, the school also strives to help the students grow in confidence as well as safety knowledge.