- 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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This non-traditional National Park Reserve has hiking, biking, scuba diving, boating, fishing, nature walks and many more activities, including two museums and a lighthouse; has abundant wildlife for viewing as well as being the perfect spot for start gazing.
At the Sunnydell County Shooting Grounds, gun fans can practice their skills or receive shooting instruction. The location's Sporting's Clay game also provides a competitive shooting experience for couples to enjoy.
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A three-acre dog park, Strawberry Fields for Rover Off-leash Park features a fully fenced, grass field with double-gated entry. It has play structures for dogs, benches, a fire hydrant and a three-tiered drinking fountain for humans and dogs.
Spanning a 5.5 acre farm with shaded picnic tables, The Lavender Connection houses 22 different varieties of lavender alongside a creek. An on-site store sells handmade lavender products and oil that is distilled on the farm.
Offering guided tours, Dungeness Kayaking takes visitors on kayak rides to Dungeness Lighthouse, Crescent Bay, along the Strait of Juan de Fuca and other locations. Sea kayaking lessons are also offered and are provided by an ACA Certified instructor.
One of the oldest lighthouses on the Northwest coast, the New Dungeness has daily tours and offers week long volunteer lighthouse keeper positions. If the 5 mile scenic walk along the split is too much for you, boat transportation can be arranged in advance.
At Olympic Lavender Farm, visitors can walk through a field of lavender or purchase a wide variety of lavender products, from essential oil to honey. The farm hosts a family festival with local vendors and businesses.