Things to do & places to visit in Arlington, Washington, United States
Arlington city in Washington, United States. Timezone: America/Los_Angeles, current date and time: Thursday, December 07, 2023, 22:24.
Top things to do (22)
- Golf Courses
- Game & Entertainment Centers
- Taxis & Shuttles
- Scenic Drives
- Speciality & Gift Shops
- Points of Interest & Landmarks
- Sports Complexes
- Farmers Markets
- Health Clubs
- Biking Trails
- Paint & Pottery Studios
- Hiking Trails
- Historic Walking Areas
- Monuments & Statues
Top places to visit (30 attractions) view more »
- 5.0 Asgard Massage (4 reviews)
Spent More than 3 hours Health Clubs • Spas
Asgard Massage is focused on providing high-quality massage therapy at an affordable price. We accomplish this through our flexible month to month membership program. With services ranging from Swedish Massage to Deep Tissue Massage we're sure you'll be happy working with us, and we're looking forward to hearing from you. See more..
- 5.0 Purple Robe Lavender Farm (3 reviews)
A delightful Lavender Farm in Arlington, WA.
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Farms
I drove up to Arlington to see this quaint Lavender Farm called Purple Robe. It takes about 1 hour from Seattle. It's an easy drive and so worth it. This place reminds me of someplace straight out of Province France. It's such a beautiful relaxing place. Purple Robe is bursting with color and fragrance. There is also an amazing view of the mountains in the background. It's a small farm that sits on about 5 acres. Do wear walking shoes you can walk around the farm that sits on a slight hill. The parking area, front and side are all flat. They encourage you to have a picnic at the farm and take lots of family photos. They have an amazing farmers market where they sell everything lavender. I had cookies and lavender lemonade, both were fantastic. Check them out now while they are still in bloom. See more..
- 5.0 Point to Point Air (2 reviews)
Taxis & Shuttles
We know your time is valuable. We provide flexible flight service focused on your convenience. Most airlines have rigid schedules; we specialize in direct flights customized around your schedule and destinations. And you’ll rest easy during your journey, knowing you’re in the hands of experienced pilots with an unmatched dedication to thorough aircraft maintenance and passenger safety. See more..
- 5.0 Sacred Path Day Spa (2 reviews)
Spent 1-2 hours Spas
Very cute, cozy day spa with exceptional customer service offering massage therapy, eyelash extensions, facials, body wraps, body polishes, ear candeling, foot detox, and full body waxing See more..
- 5.0 Red Rooster Route (2 reviews)
Best time to visit is in the fall when pumpkins are ready.
We stop at some of these business year round but the best time to visit is in the fall when there are activities around the pumpkins if you have young children. Good places to buy produce and plants. See more..
- 5.0 The Pottery Nook Art Studio (1 review)
Great place to have a party
Paint & Pottery Studios
We needed a new idea for a six year birthday party and they were very accommodating. Staff super nice and organized. They have a small side room with a bunch of small pottery items the kids could pick from. We had ten kids and the day was great. They painted little butterflies, cars and did pizza and cake. The room was decorated awesome!! We can't wait to byob as adults and come do some seasonal pottery of our own!! See more..
- 5.0 Fauxy Furr (1 review)
Fauxy Furr is Fantastic Fun
Speciality & Gift Shops
Went to Fauxy Furr hoping to find a new hat and got so much more than expected. We wound up buying 3-beautiful new hats with custom hat-bands, had a pair of favorite boots customized, got another hat cleaned & stretched and also received design consultation for coat and hat combinations to maximize the number of outfits we can wear with our new hats. If you are looking for A LOT MORE personal attention and creativity than any other hat and boot store, stop in to see Jack and Jill at Fauxy Furr…you'll be glad you did. Oh, almost forgot to mention, they also create handcrafted earrings. See more..
- 5.0 Whitehorse Trail (1 review)
Awesome Rail Trail
This is a Snohomish County rail trail that eventually will run from the Centennial Trail in Arlington to Darrington. At this time, the Arlington start is at Trafton, with a farm parking lot on 115th. It is currently 24 miles of gravel, flat trail riding with much of it in sight of water, either river, creeks or swamps. The river, the highway, and the rail trail are all sandwiched into a valley, so you're never far from the other two. There are few signs and no services except a porta-potty at Trafton. However, you can find intermediate starting points simply by looking toward the river from the highway. The 24 miles makes a fulfilling day with lunch in Darrington. See the Snohomish County Parks web pages for details. See more..
- 5.0 Oso Slide Memorial (1 review)
Good place to stop
Spent 1-2 hours Points of Interest & Landmarks
Memorial being developed in honor of the massive Oso Landslide that wiped out the residential community of Oso, Washington killing over 40 residents.... See more..
- 4.5 Outback Kangaroo Farm (116 reviews)
leaping lemurs and kangaroos abound!
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Spent < 1 hour Zoos • Farms
Open during March thru October. Closed for season Outback Kangaroo Farm is a petting farm. Guided Public Tour Times are at 10, 12, 2, and 4, Thurs thru Sun. Tour length is approximate 45 min long. Please show up 10 min before tour time begin. Group rates apply to 15 people. Call for Private tour information. Groups and Private Tours need to make appointment See more..
- 4.5 Centennial Trail (37 reviews)
a must do trail
Spent More than 3 hours Biking Trails • Hiking Trails
I was able to walk part of the trail, the Arlington centennial art walk. there was art, sculptures and murals. I was unable to cycle the trail, which runs the entire county. saw part of the Snohomish trail. See more..
- 4.5 Foster's Produce and Corn Maze (29 reviews)
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Farms
Fun place to pick pumpkins, try out a corn maze, eat an ice cream cone and watch a got do a trick! Family fall fave for years! See more..
- 4.5 Garden Treasures (11 reviews)
Excellent in every way
Spent < 1 hour Farms • Farmers Markets
Take your family, enjoy a day - you'll find yourself returning for seasonal treats often. It being so close to our town (Everett, WA) we are able to zip down there for a date, or to pick up certified organic goodies unavailable elsewhere - or best - taking our grandchildren for fun. I think they're online so google it and enjoy a taste of really good food. See more..
- 4.5 Bad Dog Distillery (6 reviews)
Worth the Visit
Thursday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Distilleries
We found this Distillery through Groupon. I actually wanted to visit it last year, but we ran out of time. I'm glad we were able visit this year. Dave the distiller actually gave us the tour. He was friendly, knowledgeable and gave an interesting tour. I can safely say this was the best Distillery tour we've had(so far). After the tour was the tasting and we ended up taking home a bottle of Bourbon. The Groupon also included a gift, which was a Moscow Mule gift set. Thanks again for the great tour. See more..
- 4.5 Biringer Farm (3 reviews)
Great Local Family Farm
This is a great local family-owned farm to visit in October when it is time to pick pumpkins, as well as in June when the strawberries are ripe! They have several great photo opportunities and some activities for the kids. This farm doesn't overdo it with the activities, which is nice for the families who want to be able to pick pumpkins or berries without swarms of people. See more..
- 4.0 Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort (282 reviews)
Very Happy with the Buffet Improvements.
Thursday: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM Spent More than 3 hours Casinos
Open since 2004, the business is home to 1,400 slot machines, a Sportsbook, a wide variety of table games, two virtual sports gaming suites, and a bowling alley. The gaming and entertainment destination is complemented by a three-star hotel with 125 rooms, a conference area, and a ballroom, as well as an assortment of dining options including both a high-end steakhouse and an award-winning microbrewery. Angel of the Winds is privately owned by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians with over 700 of employees from the Northwest, Olympic, and South Puget Sound regions. See more..
- 4.0 Smokey Point Northbound Rest Stop (11 reviews)
A great stop to visit some real natural history
A must stop to see a fantastic huge cedar stump. This famous landmark was moved here years ago. We used to be able to drive through it. These cedars covered much of the Puget sound area before logging took all of them out. A great piece of history See more..
- 4.0 Jordan Bridge (11 reviews)
Where has this bridge been hiding
Just out for a drive with the family, we stumbled across a sign that said Jordan Bridge. We knew there was a river that ran thru but what's the big deal with a bridge. Well, take the time and park, because for the little town of Arlington, its something to behold. Parking lot is rather small, that is directly in front of the bridge, however north approx 500ft is an alternate parking lot. Don't park across the street anywhere because that is private property. Once on the bridge you hear splashing and kids playing. Get to the middle and look over (if you dare) and it's a long ways down. Couples soaking up some rays, dogs playing fetch and kids playing in the water. I must caution that, from the bridge view, you can see that the back is about 10 out then it drops off fast. So use your own judgment if you want the little ones in the water, oh and the under current is swift. All and all it's a nice surprise to have seen this bridge, literally in the middle of nowhere. See more..
- 4.0 PA Fitness (1 review)
My wife and I keep a regular workout schedule, even when on vacation. We have utilized PA Fitness once before while in the Arlington, WA area. This time the owner gave us a great price for 2 weeks of our stay. We attended several of the spinning classes, Zumba, and a class where different stations are used for fitness and strength. We had the pleasure of having both Holly and Lynn as our spinning class leaders, and I worked with Holly during the fitness and strength class. Both were very informative, fun, and into doing their workouts. Thank you ladies!!! Even though I mountain bike and do spinning classes back at home, both kicked my butt in spinning! See more..
- 4.0 Gleneagle Golf Course (1 review)
Sneaky Tough Course
On paper, Gleneagle looks like a pushover. How hard can a course be if it is only 5,960 yards long (from the tips), even if it is a par 70? Don't kid yourself. This little rascal will eat you alive. It is the only course I have ever played in which the course rating was higher than par. (At least from the yardage at which I play, which is usually 6200 yards for a par 72.) The course bills itself as having "the best greens in the Pacific Northwest", which may be true. Pete Dye did not design this tight, devious course, but he would approve. And the price is amazing: $25 for a senior, walking 18 holes. Prepare to be humbled. See more..
- 4.0 Boulder River Trail (1 review)
Definitely would go to the waterfalls again but might turn around there.
Spent More than 3 hours Hiking Trails
Boulder River Trail is a bit over 8 mile RT hike with some elevation changes, big trees (including one to climb over and one to climb under on the trail), lots of mushrooms, huckleberries, creek views, and a double waterfall. Definitely a cool hike. The only reason I gave it 4/5 stars was because some parts were so overgrown, it was difficult to pass through. We didn’t have any kids with us this trip but I don’t think they would have liked this part with all the overgrown brush swatting them in the face. The overgrown part doesn’t happen until after the waterfalls so that might be a good turn around point with kids. See more..
- 4.0 Stoffel Farm Shop (1 review)
Natural Pork products, and beef as well as bacons and eggs
Spent < 1 hour Farmers Markets
This farm shop also markets out of the Stanwood Farm Market aka Port Susan farmer markets...Chops, steaks, Roasts, and tenderloin. Specialty items such as Leaf Lard, heart, kidney, and liver. No Hormones, No antibiotics, no MSG, nitrate free bacon, free range chicken and eggs. This is a 3 gen. family farm with pick-up orders by phone "anytime". See more..
- 3.5 Whiskey Ridge Brewing (2 reviews)
Spent 1-2 hours Breweries
Whiskey Ridge Brewing offers hand crafted beers which are created on site. We are family and dog friendly, and are located right off the Centennial Trail in Arlington. Feel free to bring in outside food any time! We offer a complimentary foosball table and board games. See more..
- 3.0 Absolute Air Park (2 reviews)
Thursday: 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM Game & Entertainment Centers
We found this place by accident while on vacation. Our hotel receptionist recommended it. After taking the kids to quaint little towns they were really ready for some kid fun. Ages 16,14 and 10 all LOVED this place. We loved that they were unplugged and getting a ton of exercise. Only $10/hour/child. Totally worth it- an hour was all they could handle. We came back the next day too. See more..
- 3.0 Arlington Massage Therapy and Wellness (2 reviews)
On my 5th visit now.. I have seen 3 different people.. Outstanding.. everyone is so kind and helpful. Its great that you are encouraged to try several of the therapists, each one does things a little differently and I enjoy having those options.. This place is great.. See more..
- 3.0 Clarendon War Memorial (1 review)
Tiny memorial honors Arlington's war vets
Spent < 1 hour Points of Interest & Landmarks • Historic Walking Areas • Monuments & Statues
I was walking around Clarendon when I spotted this small old stone memorial and stopped to look it over. It has small plaques from various conflicts with names of service members from Arlington County. It's on the south end of Clarendon Central Park and almost looks like just a part of the park. It's rather small, but that's okay. What's also nice is the north side of Wilson where a bunch of historical photos from the area are hung up behind glass windows to display local spots from the past. While a small spot, it's interesting. I wouldn't go out of my way unless I'm a huge local-history fan, but if you're heading into or out of inner Arlington for a sight-seeing trip, it might be worth a quick stop. Plus, there are TONS of great restaurants in the area. Go for lunch, stop for some history. See more..
- VoyagerVR (0 review)
Spent 1-2 hours Game & Entertainment Centers
VoyagerVR is Snohomish County’s first virtual reality arcade located in the Smokey Point Shopping Center, Arlington. Our VR space uses Room Scale VR technology that allows the user to interact in vibrant full dimension 3D virtual worlds. Our headsets and controllers are HTC Vive Standard and HTC Vive PRO that provide stunning visual quality and full body movement. Try something new; something fun See more..
- Red t spa (0 review)
Spent 2-3 hours Spas
welcome to the ultimate getaway where the pamper never top. We offer full spa service. massage, hair, nail, body treatments, eye lash, tattoos, waxing and more... See more..
- Bryant Blueberry Farm (0 review)
- Forestfire Paintball (0 review)
Thursday: Spent More than 3 hours Sports Complexes
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