- 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.
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3572 Olga Road, Olga, WA 98279 MoreLess Info
Sitting at over 2,400-feet in elevation this state park has camping facilities, five lakes, and more than 30 hiking trails. There is an observation tower at the parks highest point for panoramic views of the Cascade Mountains, surrounding islands and some U.S, and Canadian cities.
Juanita Beach Park was recently renovated to include 900 new trees and evergreens to be planted, an outdoor amphitheater, ball fields, new benches, and updated barbeque and rental facilities. The beach itself is the biggest in Kirkland in terms of overall sand area.
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.
Offering both whitewater kayaking and sea kayaking we are the only way to experience being on the Elwha River within the Olympic National Park. Private lessons, clinics, day trips and rentals are available to fit your abilities whether you are a beginner or expert.
Agua Verde Paddle Club combines a kayak and stand up paddle board rental facility with seaside dining in a casual atmosphere. Visitors can paddle around the bay and take in wildlife views, then return to the restaurant to dine.
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Beaver Lake Rd, Central Saanich, British Columbia MoreLess Info
At The Elk / Beaver Lake Regional Park, guests can go swimming, canoeing, or fishing for rainbow trout. The location, which features sheltered picnic areas and a nature center, also contains a walking and equestrian trails.
Open seasonally, Kitsap Lake Park offers a variety of amenities for visitors, including camping opportunities, a boat ramp, swimming areas, wildlife viewing, well equipped playgrounds, and picnic and barbecue facilities.
Lake Union is a freshwater lake entirely within the Seattle, Washington city limits. The lake is home of Gas Works Park which is a popular venue for summer concerts and Seattle's major Fourth of July fireworks show.
The 110-acre wetland park has running trails, wooden covered bridges, and abundant wild life such as turtles, ducks, osprey, ducks, red-winged black birds, and beaver. Guided tours of the park's wetlands are available on Sundays. Tai Chi classes meet here weekly.