- 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.
This park is 640-acrea of ball parks, bike parks, dog parks, playgrounds, picnic areas, Cricket Fields, Radio Control Plane areas, Rugby Fields, Soccer Fields, a climbing wall, a concert venue, and community gardens. There are restrooms, phones, drinking fountains, food areas, a dog wash, and nature areas.
Bordering Lake Washington is Meydenbauer Beach Park with well kept docks, picnic grounds and life guards available on the spot. The walking trails lead through beautiful views of the surrnounding scenery and the lake where one can fish or swim.
Bellevue Square is a spacious indoor facility with a variety of high end shops and restaurants as well as a movie theater, multiple night clubs and a bowling alley. Visitors can take part in and enjoy a variety of special events organized during the festive season.
Many outdoor activities are available at Lake Padden Park. Visitors can enjoy facilities such as an outdoor basketball court, multipurpose fields, walking paths, hiking trails, playground, picnic tables, barbeque grills, and a golf course.
With IMAX, digital, and 3-D viewing formats available, visitors to Lincoln Square Cinemas can see the latest blockbuster hits in their stadium-style theaters. Their chairs are made out of leather and can recline.
Bellevue's Lucky Strike is a bowling alley and lounge that offers open bowling as well as league and tournament play, and features electronic scoring. The alley also features a restaurant and bar with signature cocktails.
Fairhaven Historic District comprises of a variety of small shops ranging from grocery stores and farmer's market to shops for gourmet purchases as well as many cafes and art galleries built in old historic buildings.
Village Books is a local independent book store with an extesive collection of new, used as well as bargain books and friendly customer care. The cafe on the upper floors offers scenic views of the town during sunset.