- The list below includes 341 free or cheap things to do in or near Woodinville, Washington, including 93 different types of inexpensive activities like Breweries, Running/Jogging, Distilleries and Restaurants.
- From Molbak's Greenhouse & Nursery to Sammamish River Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Woodinville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Seattle, Poulsbo, Kirkland and Bellevue.
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N Princeton Street, Oak Harbor, WA MoreLess Info
The NSA Whidbey Island Convergence Zone is a recreational facility that contains a bowling alley, an indoor playground, a toddler play area, free Wi-Fi, and a resource center. The facility also has a party room.
Situated next to the Swinomish Channel, Museum of Northwest Art Store features local and international art in its exhibits. Its permanent collection contains fine art from artists like Kenneth Callahan and Guy Anderson.
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15867 Beaver Marsh Road, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 MoreLess Info
Stroll through the 3 and a half acre garden for ideas or purchase bulbs at the gift shop. Food and coffee are available. The windmill and Blue Mountains provide a back drop to the colorful gardens for photo opportunities.
A 39-acre facility, Bakerview Park is a sports complex with fields and courts for little league baseball, basketball, soccer and volleyball. The park also provides children's playgrounds, picnic areas with grills, a recreation center and a skate park.
Pick your own fresh organic lavender, purchase homemade lavender soaps and body lotions, and lavender marshmallows amongst other things while you enjoy the beautiful views of the lavender fields. Classes and vacation rentals available for those who want to spend a little extra time at the farm.
Visitors can explore a restored 1880s Gable and Wing Farm House that now serves as a museum at the Spanaway Historical Society. The museum features a variety of exhibits and furnishings related to local history.
This state park encompasses more than 4,130 acres that include 3 lakes, 33,900 feet of fresh water shoreline, and 77,000 feet of salt water shoreline. The views, old-frowth forests, and wildlife surround the camping parks. There are hiking trails and abridge with restrooms in the parking area on one end.