- Our list of the best things to do in Ballard, Washington, features the top 513 nearby activities — including 208 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Ballard, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Food & Drink, and Museums & Galleries.
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This state park encompasses more than 4,130 acres that include 3 lakes, 33,900 feet of fresh water shoreline, and 77,000 feet of salt water shoreline. The views, old-frowth forests, and wildlife surround the camping parks. There are hiking trails and abridge with restrooms in the parking area on one end.
Make it a family day of bowling at Aztec Lanes. Bumper bowling is available for little ones. Come on a Friday night for Lightning Bowl, a music and light show complete with music. League bowling is offered, and birthday parties can be booked.
Established in 2001, the Carpenter Creek Winery is a winery that produces high quality wines using locally grown grapes. Wine tasting is available to visitors wishing to sample the winery's productions; tours of the winery are also available.
Situated off 285 feet of waterfront, Long Lake Park offers a swimming beach, open grassy areas and wooded trails for outdoor recreation. Activities to enjoy include hiking, swimming, boating sand volleyball and picnicking.
Pioneer Park is a suitable location for a family or group event, as it features cooking facilities and a covered eating area. The park also offers scenic views of the Swinomish Channel and a backstand in a natural amphitheater.
Along the tree-lined shores of Hick Lake lies Wanschers Community Park, a 16-acre site with views of Mt. Rainier. The park provide grassy areas for picnics or play, hiking on woodland paths and lake-shore fishing.
Courtyard Gallery offers a variety of items and caters to many local and national artists in their selections. They feature gift shops, galleries, restaurants and hotels and border the Swinomish Channel which makes it accessible by boat and car.