- The list below includes 92 free or cheap things to do in or near Port Townsend, Washington, including 89 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, National & State Parks, Music Venue and Breweries.
- From Fort Worden State Park to Chetzemoka Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Port Townsend and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sequim, Oak Harbor, La Conner and Langley.
Available for hikers of all skill levels, Vern Samuelson Trail leads visitors through shaded forests on a 1.5 mile dirt path. While on the trail, visitors can spot a variety of fern species and other native plants.
69% 111 votes
18311 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Bothell, WA 98012 MoreLess Info
Open seven days a week, Elevated Sportz Indoor Trampoline Park features wall-to-wall trampolines with extras like a foam pit and basketball slam dunk. Special events such as Zumba and Glow-in-the-dark dodgeball are offered, and group bookings are welcome.
A movie theater featuring four auditoriums, Regal Silverdale 4 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers a game room as well as a concession area with food and drinks.
92% 51 votes
11299 Arrow Point Drive NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 MoreLess Info
Initially an Army Nike Missile Base, Battle Point Park today has beautiful scenery with large soccer and baseball fields and level jogging tracks which are also good for biking. The park also has a separate playground and an indoor gym for younger kids as well as a pond.
Old Mill Park is situated on 6.6 acres of land and features saltwater beach access, hiking trails, picnic areas, and restrooms. The park also features a fitness center as well as trails that can be used for biking.
Offering rental packs and a beginner-friendly environment, Northwest Paintball Park is accommodating to paintball newcomers. There are several fields ranging in size from small sections of land to large areas of forest with bunkers and obstacles.
96% 297 votes
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.
Located along Dyes Inlet, Silverdale Waterfront Park provides access to the beach and waterfront that can be used for boating. The park has a playground, gazebo and picnic areas available including a picnic shelter and grassy fields.