- TripBuzz found 235 things to do with kids in or near Snohomish, Washington, including 218 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kirkland, Everett, Edmonds and Bellevue.
- From All Starr Stables, LLC to Doodlebug Sportz, the Snohomish area offers 98 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Hiking Trails.
- Known for its many antique shops and annual festivals, the city of Snohomish, Washington prides itself on its heritage. The historical town, home to just over 9,000 residents, offers historical walking tours of the homes and businesses that feature plaques inscribed with the year they were built. Other points of interest in the area include natural parks, eateries and museums.
Featuring outdoor paintball arenas, Doodlebug Sportz provides all the equipment necessary for visitors to experience a competitive paintball game. The outdoor field has tires, walls, and other obstacles to use for a tactical advantage.
The Snohomish Aquatic Center is a 52,000 square foot aquatic complex featuring numerous aquatic related amenities. Attractions include a competition pool, recreation pool, warm-water pool, spray-play area, surf simulation machine, lazy river, and a water slide.
The Farm is a farm-themed outdoor amusement facility that features a variety of attractions and amenities. There is a corn maze in the shape of Washington State, a miniature golf course, wagon rides, and even live duck races.
This working pumpkin farm has seasonal and year round activities, including a gift shop, Harvest Market, corn maze, 20-acres of pumkin fields, 3-D Pumpkin Barn Adventure, face painting, hayrides, Espresso Shop, Craven Farm Cook Shack, and Pumpkin Slinger.
Situated along the Snohomish River, the Farm at Swan's Trail offers a wide range of outdoor farm-based amusement for families. Depending on the season, the farm has apple picking, a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, nine-hole putting course, and live duck races.
Willis Tucker Park is considered to be a prominent community meeting place that holds local events like a farmer's market and outdoor amphitheater performances. Other facilities include a basketball court, summer spray park, and off-leash dog area.
The Blackman House Museum is the oldest standing building in the city of Snohomish. It was the home of one of the Blackman brothers, who started a sawmill there and was the first mayor. The museum primarily features period furniture.