- The list below includes 68 free or cheap things to do in or near Friday Harbor, Washington, including 71 different types of inexpensive activities like Kayaking, Ziplines, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- From Cattle Point to Stuart Island State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Friday Harbor and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oak Harbor, Eastsound, Anacortes and Central Saanich.
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16 Apple Tree Lane, Friday Harbor, WA 98250 MoreLess Info
Considered to be the original kayak tour company of the San Juan Islands, the company known as San Juan Kayak Expeditions is one of the most popular kayak tour leaders in the area. Visitors can kayak the waters around the islands to find orca whales, bald eagles, and sea lions.
62 First St N, Friday Harbor, WA 98250 MoreLess Info
This two story museum dedicated to the protection and education of whales has a gift shop, multiple exhibits about whales, their habitats and the things that harm them and their ecosystem, as well as a Gallery of Whales.
San Juan Islands Museum of Art is a visual arts museum. The museum hosts an annual showcase of island artists' work. San Juan Islands Museum of Art also offers lectures, workshops and family-friendly projects.
An eclectic collection of artifacts and memorabilia, San Juan Historical Society and Museum is an interesting place to visit. Buildings and sights to see include a jail, power station, cemetery and mining exhibit.
A bowling center featuring eight lanes and a pro shop, Paradise Lanes offers a venue suitable for both open and league play. The center provides air hockey and pool tables, arcade games and a restaurant with food and drinks.
Anacortes Kayak Tours is a business that is best known for offering 'Sea Kayaking with Orca Whales' tours in the San Juan Islands. Animals that can be seen on the tours include seals, porpoises, and eagles.
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Lime Kiln, WA MoreLess Info
With over 2,550 feet of shoreline, the 36.32-acre park has land-based facilities for whale watching, as well as views of Vancouver Island; forest trails lead you to the rocky shoreline and a lighthouse.
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1071 Crow Valley Road, Eastsound, WA 98245 MoreLess Info
Serving as a haven for native wildlife, the Turtleback Mountain Preserve is one of the most noticeable landscapes in the San Juan Islands. It features a prominent, undeveloped ridge with plenty of trails for hiking, nature viewing, and birdwatching.
From clinics to horse boarding, Turtlehead Farm offers visitors panoramic views of the surrounding forest and coast that makes up over 100 acres. The farm organizes group trail rides that take visitors on a tour of the property.