- 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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72% 25 votes
1320 Commercial Street, Bellingham, WA 98225 MoreLess Info
Offering a variety of exhibits centering on the history and heritage of Americaâ€™s railroads, the Bellingham Railway Museum also has elaborate model railroad displays. The museum also hosts birthday parties.
88% 50 votes
210 West Holly, Bellingham, WA 98225 MoreLess Info
A wide variety of hands-on exhibits and science activities are offered at the Mindport. In addition to the science foundation of most of the exhibits, the children's museum has many art-based interactive displays.
57% 7 votes
1411 N State Street, Bellingham, WA 98225 MoreLess Info
The bowling alley, 20th Century Bowling, is a family friendly center that features an internet jukebox, a video game arcade, and a crane machine. The alley also has candy machines and can be rented for birthday parties.
95% 41 votes
1100 Railroad Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225 MoreLess Info
Since 1993, Bellingham Farmers Market has grown into one of the largest farmer's markets in Washington State. Featuring a wide assortment of fresh produce, crafts, and baked goods, the market has become a favorite gathering place for locals and tourists alike.
98% 43 votes
E. Laurel St., Bellingham, WA MoreLess Info
South Bay Trail lies along a scenic, urban pathway following the shore of South Lake Whatcom. The trail passes by several city landmarks where walkers or bikers can shop, dine or even fish.
100% 5 votes
Bellingham, WA MoreLess Info
Featuring trails that weave through both level and hilly terrain, Cornwall Park offers visitors multipurpose fields and courts for tennis, horseshoe, soccer, basketball, and more. The park also has splash area open during the summer.
89% 150 votes
P.O. Box 87, Blaine, WA 98230 MoreLess Info
The Peace Arch State Park was constructed around the actual arch that was dedicated to the citizens of the United States and Canada in 1921. The park contains several landscaped gardens and outdoor art sculptures.
87% 39 votes
Bill McDonald Pkwy at 25th Street, Bellingham, WA MoreLess Info
A collaboration between the City of Wellingham and Western Washington University, Sehome Hill Arboretum features numerous walking and hiking trails. Each trail offers scenic views making it ideal for nature and bird watchers.
100% 10 votes
5105 Helwig Road, Blaine, WA 98230 MoreLess Info
Spanning 194 acres, Birch Bay State Park provides outdoor recreation along Washington's saltwater Birch Bay. Campers, beachcombers and sightseers can enjoy water sports, clamming, fishing, wildlife and bird watching, and amphitheater activities.
50% 2 votes
9540 Semiahmoo Parkway, Blaine, WA 98230 MoreLess Info
The Semiahmoo Marina is a public marina that features laundry and shower facilities, a full service fuel dock, a yacht club, and a patio area for social events. The marina also has a boat detailing service.