- Our list of the best things to do in Auburn, Washington, features the top 340 nearby activities — including 117 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Auburn, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Food & Drink, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 19 things to do within the city of Auburn, WA , followed by 321 popular activities in nearby cities, including Seattle, Bellevue, Issaquah, Tacoma, Puyallup, Kent, Gig Harbor, Renton, Federal Way, Lakewood, Port Orchard, Snoqualmie, Sammamish, Redmond, Spanaway, Kirkland, Bainbridge Island, Burien, University Place and Seatac
Opened in 1959, Secoma Lanes has 32 bowling lanes and automatic scoring, and is host to several bowling leagues. Patrons can also watch television while they wait or order food in either the restaurant or the lounge.
With over 60 slides, rides and attractions, this water park is the largest in the Pacific Northwest. The on-site equipment rentals, along with shops and a variety of carnival style eateries, and a beer garden make it easy to spend a day playing here.
Trampoline Nation is a trampoline park featuring over five thousand square feet of wall to wall trampolines. Visitors to the park can participate in a free jump session, play a round of dodge ball, or practice their dunking.
Situated on 83.5 acres, Celebration Park features lighted baseball and soccer fields as well as trails that connect to the BPA Trails System. It has areas suitable for picnics, a children's playground and restroom facilities.
Situated in forested wetlands, West Hylebos Wetlands Park is home to over 100 bird species and features interpretive signs and two relocated log cabins. The park has a trail network suitable for walking, picnic areas and restroom facilities.
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At PowellsWood, A Northwest Garden, visitors can explore a variety of rain forest and woodland themed gardens with perennials, ferns, and creeks. The garden grows both native and international plants like the Portuguese laurel.