- The list below includes 270 free or cheap things to do in or near Poulsbo, Washington, including 98 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Art Gallery, Arts & Crafts Classes and History Museums.
- From Kitsap Memorial State Park to Nelson Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Poulsbo and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Seattle, Bremerton, Kirkland and Lynnwood.
Lang's Horse & Pony Farm is an equestrian facility offering several horse related services. Available services include a variety of trail ride options, horseback riding lessons, and several horseback riding centric summer camps.
Visitors who are interested in photo opportunities may enjoy the views offered by Little Mountain Park. In addition to the site's fall foliage, the location also provides a view of Skagit Valley from the summit.
Make it a family day of bowling at Aztec Lanes. Bumper bowling is available for little ones. Come on a Friday night for Lightning Bowl, a music and light show complete with music. League bowling is offered, and birthday parties can be booked.
Situated on 30.75 acres of mostly wooded terrain, Hillcrest Park features facilities for soccer, tennis, softball and basketball. The park also provides both open and sheltered picnic areas, children's playgrounds, walking paths and grass areas for recreational activities.
Encircled by forest and wetland areas, Woodland Creek Community Park provides 72 acres for recreational activities. Amenities include walking trails, picnic areas, a golf course, fishing, wildlife viewing, two playgrounds, and a community center.
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Visitors to Lacey can enjoy the spirit of local collegiate sports by taking in a Saint Martin's University Basketball game. The locals love of the sport makes for an energetic and exciting experience.
Huntamer Park's intimate, downtown design offers a unique, outdoor venue for public events. Visitors can enjoy picnic areas, a children's rock-climbing wall, summer concerts, cinema presentations, a community market and outdoor seasonal festivities.
This farmer's market has music, crafts, fresh seafood, locally grown and organic fruit, berries, vegetables, meat, and dairy products. There are also packaged items like homemade salsa, herbs, and homemade jams. Fresh flowers are available in many varieties.
This children's museum provides hands-on exhibits. There's a café to purchase food or eat items from home. Exhibits include an Art and Parts Studio, a Build It Gallery, Tides to Tree Climber, and a half acre outdoor area with, Driftwood Fort Construction, Campfire Pit, Children's Gardens and an Art Fence.