- Our list of the best things to do in Port Orchard, Washington, features the top 381 nearby activities — including 158 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Port Orchard, 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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A small-batch, artisanal winery, Medicine Creek Winery is located on a farm. A repurposed barn hosts the tasting room, dance floor and wine processing area, where guests can take in the wine-making process.
A horror themed indoor and outdoor attraction, Stalker Farms features a costumed cast and a variety of horrific set pieces and displays. The attraction features two separate story areas as well as a paintball stalker area.
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.
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.
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.
Located in a heavily wooded area, Forest Park measures 197 acres and features an animal farm, a water playground and facilities for street hockey, tennis, basketball and horseshoes. It also provides wooded trails, a children's playground and picnic areas.
Rather than a simple urban recreational facility, Lord Hill Regional Park is actually an upland nature preserve. There are six miles of designated trails which allow for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.