- 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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Overlooking Port Gardner Bay, Legion Park measures four acres and offers fields and courts for baseball, basketball and tennis. The park features an arboretum, horticulture center and greenhouse, sheltered picnic areas, a playground and areas suitable for walking.
Instructors at DirtFish Rally School teach visitors skills like skid control and weight transfer while maneuvering all-wheel drive rally cars through the gravel and tarmac roads. All levels are experience are welcome. Showers and locker rooms are available.
Operated by the City of Lacey, the eight acre Lakepointe Park features tennis courts, basketball and pickleball courts, baseball, softball, and soccer fields, and basketball courts. The park also has picnic areas, playgrounds, and a gated toddler area.
Situated next to the Three Forks Natural Area, Three Forks Dog Park consists of eight acres of open grass fields surrounded by trees. The park offers a single, fenced area for all dogs to play and has water access.
Marrowstone Point Lighthouse was built in 1918. It is the smallest lighthouse on Puget Sound. The Marrowstone Point Lighthouse is adjacent to Fort Flagler State Park. It continues to be an important navigational aid in north Puget Sound.
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Explore the network of trails and paths, have a picnic by the pond, let the kids play on the swings, or shop one of the three galleries of local works, enjoy the summer market or taste a variety of Whidbey Island wines.
Open year-round, the Sequim Bay State Park is spread over 92-acres that includes 4,909 feet of saltwater coastline. Popular facilities offered by the park are the Olympic Discovery Trail, a baseball field, horseshoe pits, and a tennis court.
Located in a neighborhood setting, Horizon Pointe Park provides recreational areas and facilities for residents. Visitors can enjoy a playground for children 12 years and under, soccer fields, a basketball court and picnic grounds.