- The list below includes 44 free or cheap things to do in or near Lynden, Washington, including 57 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Arts Centers, History Museums and Paintball.
- From City Park (Million Smiles Playground Park) to Lynden City Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lynden and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bellingham, Blaine, Glacier and Aldergrove.
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8460 Depot Road, Lynden, WA MoreLess Info
This park has a small creek, and a large playground facility that includes a climbing wall, tot lot, jungle gym, swings, a castle maze, and a slide that exits a 35-foot tree house. There are 4 lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, a pickleball court, group shelters and picnic areas.
Also known as Million Smiles Playground Park, Lynden City Park was designed and built in nine days by volunteers. The park features tall conifer trees, a children's playground, tennis and basketball courts, picnic facilities and a creek.
This interactive living museum has shops run as they did in pioneer days, a barber on duty, kids in class, a saloon bar keep, and clerks in the shops. The front street portion of the museum can be rented for events. There's a push go-cart race in the summer.
From kindergarten to high school age, North County Cavaliers Lacrosse offers a variety of lacrosse programs to children. The teams practice at various fields in several school districts during after school hours.
Located on 22 acres, Go Big Paintball Park provides a refereed paintball experience with themed fields containing natural and man-made elements including two helicopters. The park provides restrooms and a two-story event facility with space for 70 people.
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26444 32 Avenue, Aldergrove, British Columbia MoreLess Info
An English-style pub, the Fox & Hounds Pub and Restaurant provides fresh meals made with locally-produced ingredients. The location's entertainment includes a DJ on Friday nights and karaoke on Saturday evenings.
The only drive-in movie theatre of the Vancouver metro area, the Twilight Drive-In provides visitors the opportunity to watch the latest Hollywood films. Concession stands are available for visitors seeking popcorn.
Whatcom Falls Park is built around Whatcom creek which runs through multiple waterfalls made by Lake Whatcom as it flows down. There are a variety of multi-purpose paths, trails that go through beautiful forested areas and well-maintained picnic grounds in the park.