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Location: 31020 NE 40th Street, Carnation, WA
Tolt MacDonald's 574 acres sit at the confluence of the Snoqualmie and Tolt Rivers in the Snoqualmie Valley. The park features 16 utility campsites and 17 campsites, two baseball fields, a socc...
Location: Tenth Street and W Marine View Drive, Everett, WA
Jetty Island is a two-mile long, man-made island located near US Naval Station Everett. Its sandy beaches and shallow warm water provide a wonderful water spot for children. The City of ...
Location: 910 Ninth Street SE, Auburn, WA
The park features a multipurpose building, playground, bocce courts, rotary spray playground (open Memorial Day through Labor Day), horseshoe pits, a 0.5 mile looped trail, public artwork, exercise st...
Location: Third Avenue S and Howell Way, Edmonds, WA
This medium-sized city park, located close to the Edmonds waterfront, is worth the drive from Seattle if you're looking for somewhere new to explore. The grounds are heavily wooded with large old tree...
Location: 5200 35th Avenue SW, Seattle, WA
This 68-acre park, hidden in the heart of West Seattle, is the only place in town where you can (legally) camp. Some of the camping and picnic areas are obviously well-traveled - it's not an ex...
Location: 18505 51st Ave SE, Bothell, WA
Willows Edge Farm offers opportunities to pet Norwegian Fjord horse ponies, hold bunnies, and watch chickens peck for worms.
The farm offers a Family Farm Life camp program for ...
Location: 410 130th Avenue SE, Bellevue, WA
A visit to Kelsey Creek makes a delightful outing with kids - it's worth the drive if you live in the Seattle area. The park is made up of 150 acres of forest and wetland habitat, with a number...
Location: 3105 NW 54th Street, Seattle, WA
This is the third most-visited tourist attraction in Seattle, but don't let that deter you. There's a reason why a million folks a year want to visit the place locally referred to as "the Balla...
Location: Graham Visitors Center, 2300 Arboretum Drive E, Seattle, WA
Every season is beautiful here. The well-loved arboretum's collection of 10,000 trees, shrubs, and vines ensures that something is at its peak every month of the year. In the fall, the Woodland Garden...
Location: 1625 118th Avenue SE, Bellevue, WA
For muddy fun, explore the forests, marshes, swamps, and bogs of the 320-acre Mercer Slough Nature Park, the largest remaining wetland in the metro area. Set close to the rush and bustle...
Location: 36201 Enchanted Parkway S, Federal Way, WA
Wild Waves, a combination water park/amusement park, has scads of water slides, roller coasters, and other thrill rides for adrenalin junkies. Young children like the antique carousel, Enchante...
Location: 211 W Highland Drive, Seattle, WA
When the networks come to Seattle and want to film the definitive Seattle view, they come here.
Kerry Park offers spectacular views - dominated by the Space Needle in the...
Location: 1247 15th Avenue E, Seattle, WA
Location: 2518 34th Avenue W, Seattle, WA