- Our list of the best things to do in Poulsbo, Washington, features the top 384 nearby activities — including 162 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Yashiro Japanese Garden is a .74 acre garden advertised as being 'a visionary expression about our connectedness to nature and earth.' The garden maintains a picnic area and may interest those looking for a place to relax.
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300-598 S 18th Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98274 MoreLess Info
As a community splash pad, Kiwanis Park With Spray Park has a variety of geysers and spray devices for kids to play with. The park is surrounded by picnic tables and is situated next to playground equipment.
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Westfield Capital Mall, 625 Black Lake Blvd SW, Olympia, WA 98502 MoreLess Info
With stadium seating and digital sound quality, movie goers can enjoy the latest releases at Century Olympia Theaters. In addition to new releases, they also show classic movies at special events.
Situated off 285 feet of waterfront, Long Lake Park offers a swimming beach, open grassy areas and wooded trails for outdoor recreation. Activities to enjoy include hiking, swimming, boating sand volleyball and picnicking.
Named because of its involvement in the 1984 Olympic tryouts, Marathon Park is just minutes from the heart of Olympia. Along with walking trails, the park is built around Capitol Lake, a great place for nature and bird watching.
Along the tree-lined shores of Hick Lake lies Wanschers Community Park, a 16-acre site with views of Mt. Rainier. The park provide grassy areas for picnics or play, hiking on woodland paths and lake-shore fishing.
Located on 39.77 acres, Yauger Park was built by a retired Army colonel after whom the park is named. The park offers picnic tables and shelter, a basketball hoop, running track, playground, baseball fields and skate park.