Outdoor

 
Known as the "Birthplace of Seattle," Alki Beach is a hot spot with joggers, roller bladers, cyclists, volleyball players and sun bathers.
Specializing in guided sea kayak tours exploring the natural & human history of Puget Sound, Alki Kayak Tours also offers a range of rental options to help you enjoy Alki beach and Elliott Bay.
An oasis near the airport with a beach, spray park, dock and grass area perfect for nice sunny day.
Water tours of the must-see Seattle area attractions all from the comfort of a cruise ship. Sea it all on Argosy!
Black River is a rich oasis for the animals that live there, and as a result, it is a refuge for the hundreds of people who visit this site every year.
A 475-acre island with five miles of saltwater beach shoreline providing magnificent views of the Olympic Mountains and the Seattle skyline. Beachcombing, hiking, bike trails, camping and more.
The Bloedel Reserve in Bainbridge Island, Washington is an internationally renowned public garden and forest preserve. Enjoy nature through quiet walks in the gardens and woodlands.
No one knows river rafting in Washington State better than Blue Sky Outfitters. Like wine? Add a winery tour to your trip for even more excitement.
A unique tribute to the historic links of Scotland and Ireland Chambers Bay is golf at its purest and nature at its best.
Be overwhelmed with light, color and glass in a way you have never experienced.
 
 

Upcoming Events

Des Moines Waterfront Farmers Market Aug 31 - Sep 24, 2016. Located at the Des Moines Marina and features fresh produce, beautiful flowers, and local crafts.
Free Museum Day! Sep 01, 2016 @ 08:00 AM. Each 1st Thursday of each month, numerous museums around Washington State offer free admission to the public! Mark your calendars.

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