- 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.
Featuring a gated children's play area, John Storvik Playground has swings and slides on structures built like real objects like a boat and the Anacortes ferry. The surrounding park area has sports fields and trails for biking and walking.
67% 27 votes
2821 Commercial Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221 MoreLess Info
San Juan Lanes Bar & Grill is a full service food and family entertainment facility. They offer bowling for all ages and a restaurant outside of the actual bowling alley that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Anacortes Cinemas is a movie theater that offers guests the opportunity to view the latest Hollywood films as well as a number of independent special events. These special events include on-screen ballets, operas, and art displays.
Located on the eastern edge of the town of Anacortes, Cap Sante Park is a rocky outcrop providing a scenic view of the town and ocean, especially during sunset. On the eastern bank, one can also explore the remains of an amphitheater.
The NSA Whidbey Island Convergence Zone is a recreational facility that contains a bowling alley, an indoor playground, a toddler play area, free Wi-Fi, and a resource center. The facility also has a party room.
95% 5052 votes
800 Benvenuto Ave., Central Saanich, British Columbia MoreLess Info
This location's gardens feature a variety of plants during all four seasons of the year, including crocus and Daphne flowers during the winter. Guests can also enjoy fireworks and concerts at Butchart Gardens.
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.
95% 43 votes
| Highlands, Central Saanich, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Guests of Gowlland Tod Provincial Park can go swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, and cycling. The 1,280 acre location, available for day-use only, also has picnic tables and flush toilets.