Hidden Gems Places To Visit in Washington, United States
- 5.0 The Lavender Connection (100 reviews)
Lovely Lavender and Lovely Farm Owners
Spent 2-3 hours Farms • Gardens
Our unique farm has over 30 varieties of lavender to view — from light pink to dark purple — with most available for U-cut, making for truly unique lavender bundles. Our farm property also offers exceptional photo opportunities of multi-colored lavender fields and our recently renovated historic barn. We offer complimentary admission all summer long, even during Sequim Lavender Weekend. Visit our quaint store, located in the barn; our boutique products are handmade with lavender essential oil distilled from our own plants. Head to the copper still and watch as we distill the oil and learn about the different uses and kinds of lavender we grow, then stop by the “Essential Oil Bar” to smell many varieties of lavender essential oil, all available for sale. We offer lawn games such as bocce ball and cornhole (for kids and adults), as well as benches and picnic tables throughout the property. We invite you to bring a picnic, a good book, or just your camera, and stay all afternoon! See more..
- 5.0 Vetta Mountain Guides (100 reviews)
Great guide with the skills and training to back it up
Climbing Tours • Hiking & Camping Tours
First of all, Rob is a fully certified IFMGA mountain guide, which is the first thing to check for if you need a mountain guide. Second he a a great guy to spend time in the mountains with. He was engaged and enthusiastic, had us involved in decision making, taught us best practices and better ways to do things. He pushed us out of our comfort zone, while teaching us techniques to do so safely. See more..
- 5.0 Tahoma National Cemetery (90 reviews)
went to check out tahoma
Spent 1-2 hours Cemeteries
MY wife and I went to check out the grounds and columbaarium walls it a very nice well none cemetery for the vets I was looking for a place to be put after Im gone and my wife as well this is it See more..
- 5.0 Seattle Paragliding (89 reviews)
Parasailing & Paragliding
Our family was so fortunate to come upon Marc launching his students off Poo Poo point with humor and enthusiasm! What an amazing adventure -I thought enviously. We were just on an afternoon hike up to the point and when Marc offered a discount last minute sunset tandem I jumped at the opportunity. He hooked us in and we ran off the cliff and I experienced exhilaration like never before. He gave me the the controls for 80% of the time and had me land under his directions with surgical precision. (I’m a Urologist). He gave me an exuberant slap in the back and words of congratulations. He is a true professional with a comedian’s sense of humor, which sets everyone at ease. We videoed the entire adventure with his go pro and relived every moment with my family to drinks at his viewing center. I recommend Seattle Paragliding with Marc and his staff to anyone who wants the amazing rush of feeling like an eagle in flight. Thanks Marc and I’ll be back to get the full paragliding training! Ben See more..
- 5.0 Village Theatre (88 reviews)
Wonderful first time visit
Thursday: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM Theaters
My wife and I caught the Guys and Dolls musical here a few days ago. The theater was wonderful. Smaller and more intimate than the theaters in Seattle. I couldn't see the mezzanine level, not there's not a single bad seat at the Orchestra level. The theater is not very wide, nor very deep was is great. Even with some taller people in front of us, we were able to see perfectly. Definitely, we will be back. See more..
- 5.0 Schack Art Center (88 reviews)
A great place to visit
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Speciality Museums
This is a good place to go with family. They have exhibitions,but they also have participatory glass blowing as well. See more..
- 5.0 NW Escape Experience (87 reviews)
Did the virtual experience- was pleasantly surprised how fun it was!
Thursday: 11:30 AM - 9:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Escape Games
NW Escape Experience is Vancouver, Washington's most immersive physical adventure game in which players are locked in a room and must use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles and escape within a set time limit. See more..
- 5.0 I Love Kickboxing (86 reviews)
Spent < 1 hour Sports Camps & Clinics
Great workout! A lot of fun! My husband even enjoys it and he hates any form of physical activity. Well worth it! See more..
- 5.0 #BestHour Kickboxing - Kent (80 reviews)
Living my best life!
Thursday: 5:00 AM - 8:30 PM Spent 1-2 hours Sports Camps & Clinics
Our fitness kickboxing program in Kent is a results-focused studio. This means our classes are designed to help you burn 600-800 calories in each class, another 200 calories within an hour of leaving the studio. Coming to the studio 3x a week will help you shed about a pound of a week. See more..
- 5.0 Amaro Farm & Flat Hat Distilling (79 reviews)
Little Girl’s Dream Come True
Temporarily closed - Closed until Apr 1, 2023 Spent 1-2 hours Farms
Farm. Sheep. Ducks. Tours and petting. Store with meat, produce, wool and sheep related gifts. Farm dinners in a gorgeous 1800's barn. Coming soon - distillery and farm stays. CLOSED FOR THE SEASON! OPENING APRIL 1, 2023! See more..
- 5.0 Sucia Island State Park (79 reviews)
Sucia secret hints!
Sucia is one of the jewels of the San Juan Islands...but you already knew that. Sucia can only be reached by boat...but you already knew that. Fossil Bay has a dock but is crowded. Echo Bay is exposed, but has some nice but crowded campsites. The best campsite is #26 on the SW side of Shallow Bay, accessible by boat or walking from Fossil Bay. It is clean, has a private toilet, gets morning sun, and is virtually always empty because no one knows about it. Shallow Bay is my favorite anchorage because of the beauty, access to China Caves, and moorage possibilities. Its also not that shallow, so don't worry about bringing in a big, deep draft, boat. My other favorite cove is Ewing. Approach from the NW and watch for a propeller eating rock, that's noted in Wagoner's. See more..
- 5.0 Northwest Carriage Museum (66 reviews)
One of a kind museum
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Speciality Museums
We are a non-profit museum with a collection of 60 beautifully restored and conserved horse-drawn vehicles and artifacts from the 19th century. We are proud to be keeping history alive! Come stroll among luxury carriages or check out the StageCoach and imagine travel in the late 1890's. There is an interactive back room that is fun for kids of all ages. Our gift shop has unique items including jewelry, books, toys and more. We invite you to come get carried away! See more..
- 5.0 Chuckanut Bay Distillery (66 reviews)
Full Tasting = Full Flavor
Thursday: 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Distilleries
Located in the heart of Bellingham, Chuckanut Bay Distillery is a must-visit gem in central downtown Bellingham. Chuckanut Bay Distillery painstakingly slow crafts award-winning spirits from agricultural products (wheat, rye, potatoes, corn, and more) grown within just a few miles of the distillery. Come by and enjoy a cocktail or tasting flight through our portfolio of spirits, including bourbon, rye, whiskey, gin, vodka, coffee liqueur, and Krampus. Be sure to sign up for a guided tour to see our historic building and grain-to-glass process up close. See more..
- 5.0 Republic Brewing Company (66 reviews)
Great little brewey
Thursday: 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Breweries
A down home friendly place to enjoy craft beer, homemade soda, wine and grub! We often have live music, triva, and lots of other events – something for everyone! See more..
- 5.0 Rill Adventures (65 reviews)
Excellent kayak outing!
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM River Rafting & Tubing • Sightseeing Tours
Our original tubing trip on the Lower Yakima was cancelled due to a nearby fire so we switched to kayaking on the Upper Yakima instead and I’m so glad it worked out that way. My teen sons and I loved having individual inflatable kayaks and had a blast during our three hours on the river! Pulled off to check out spooky tunnel #47 on the nearby Palouse to Cascades Trail, as well. Rill employees were very responsive, organized, and friendly, and the equipment was clean and well maintained. Would definitely rent from them again. See more..
- 5.0 Skookum Surf (64 reviews)
Fantastic company with best teachers in northern coast of Oregon and SW Coast of WA
Thursday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Surfing & Windsurfing
The folks are Skookum are rad. Took a lesson from Tyler and it was the best lesson I've had in the past year. He breaks down the "pop up" one step at a time; and gives you rad real-time feedback in the water so you can course correct and improve. I stood up by the end after a year of trying. He was a gentle, sincere and thoughtful teacher. And the Seaview break is a hidden gem of a spot to keep coming back to. Steve was extremely responsive in replying to texts/calls to get set up as well. See more..
- 5.0 Recycled spirits of iron, Sculpture (64 reviews)
Great place, off beaten path
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Loved this place! Such talent, and available for the public to view these great iron pieces of recycled iron made into art. We truly enjoyed the walk through the garden and premises. Donations accepted. See more..
- 5.0 City Park (Million Smiles Playground Park) (63 reviews)
Local, fun, open space
This was a great place to let a three-year-old run up some extra energy. She climbed in the area that was 2 to 5 year olds. And then she moved on to the five to eight year old area. It is Well laid out, and has lots of fun things for the children to do. Many climbing structures. See more..
- 5.0 Martin's Gorge Tours (63 reviews)
Good option for wedding transport
My husband and I booked three vehicles with Martin's Gorge Tours for guest transportation the day of our wedding. We had a great experience using this company. Martin and his team were easy to work with, had great communication, were professional, and went above and beyond to provide transportation for about 50 of our guests around Hood River. Would recommend this company to others. See more..
- 5.0 Fall City Wallaby Ranch (62 reviews)
Truly Unique Experience
Nature & Wildlife Tours
My sister Cathy and I, her college friend Bob, and our cousin Jode had the 2pm tour at Fall City Wallaby Ranch on September 24. We were the only group scheduled for the entire day which was nice especially with the current COVID pandemic. The tour started off with an educational video which was very informative. We were then led outside to the different enclosed areas where we got to see and interact with first the smaller wallabies and then the larger red kangaroos. We were able to touch the animals and feed them little bites of wheat bread and get lots of memorable photographs. Rex, the owner of the ranch was the tour guide. If you want a truly unique and educational experience than I highly suggest you contact Rex and set up a tour. See more..
- 5.0 Double Bluff Beach (61 reviews)
We loved our visit!
We felt the parking was tight but we got a spot after turning back and trying again after seeing several cars leave. This beach was awesome. We walked in it during low tide so we were able to see a ton of sand dollars, shells, and rocks. It was great. We had great views of Mt. Rainier too. It was our favorite beach we visited. See more..
- 5.0 South Bay Trail (60 reviews)
Wonderful bayside walk
My daughter and I had just moved to Bellingham and discovered this trail when visiting Fairhaven one day. We were looking for a place to walk and were thrilled to discover this trail. From Fairhaven the trail goes out into the bay across a very long pier which connects to a long sweeping foot bridge that curves out across the water and around a point where it connects to land again. There are plenty of places to sit and a covered picnic area at the end of the pier as well as a small boat dock. We did not go all the way around the point but intend to go back soon. The bay is so beautiful; you can see the islands, sailboats... I can't wait to go back and walk the full length and back again. See more..
- 5.0 Kitsap Great Escape (60 reviews)
The Lost Relic Escape
Spent 1-2 hours Escape Games
Kitsap Great Escape is now open in Silverdale. We have 3 immersive escape rooms and a party room. See more..
- 5.0 Treehouse Island Zipline Adventures (60 reviews)
Zipline & Aerial Adventure Parks
It begins with a boat to Treehouse Island, then a quick safety course, and from there it's up into the tree tops for thrilling zips all across the island. Fun and exciting, yet safe enough for our 7-year-old daughter. Our guides were professional, personable, and informative. It is well worth the drive to Silver Lake. See more..
- 5.0 FitTheorem Lynnwood (60 reviews)
I joined a 6 week challenge in June and while I didn't meet my goal, I have made significant progress. The workouts are intense and I always leave feeling great. The bag rounds are a good stress relief. All the instructors are super motivating and encouraging: "The only person you're competing against is yourself" and they push you to be better than you were yesterday. They are helpful with modifications, as it is not expected that everyone can do every exercise. My only critique is that the Lynnwood location blasts the music and then the mic is super loud over it. I've asked the instructors a couple times to lower the volume and they've always been accommodating. See more..
- 5.0 North Cascades National Park (60 reviews)
Mountains • National Parks • Nature & Wildlife Areas
We drowe through the mountains on North Cascades higway 20. We passed Winthrop,Mazama and through Washington pass we have arrived to Diablo Lake Vista Point. Breathtaking views to mountains on highway and unforgetable views from Diablo Vista point to the lake and mountains. All day blue sky.Day after we decided to hike Thornton Lakes trail. It was rainy day and the trail was really challenge but we enjoy it and survive it. See more..
- 5.0 Olympic National Park and Forest Lake Quinault Tours (59 reviews)
Three parks all wrapped on one.
Boat Tours • Eco Tours • Hiking & Camping Tours
One of our best National Parks we have visited. It has it all, mountain's, beach and rain forest trails. Everywhere you hiked you are in awe. The views are something you have to see for yourself. The moss covered trees along the well maintained trials just kept my camera clicking. Leaving thr rainforest and arriving at the beach seemed like a time warp. Ruby beach is a must stop. You cannot be disappointed with this park. I would give it at least 2 or 3 days mimimum. It is large with so much to see. See more..
- 5.0 Sehmel Homestead Park (59 reviews)
Wonderful outdoor activities and indoor classses
Sehmel Park is whehreI take Tai-Chi classes. There are many trails for hiking and dogs, several lplaygrounds and ball fields for sports and in the summer, I believe there may be snacks for the games. Easy parking and a really beautiful location and facility. Huge area for recreation of all sorts. See more..
- 5.0 Palouse Winery (59 reviews)
Thursday: Wineries & Vineyards
Palouse is a family-owned winery with beautiful grounds currently set up for outdoor tasting, which is typically comprised of two whites and four reds! We produce 1400 cases a year for our tasting room and 500 member wine club. See more..
- 5.0 Methow River (58 reviews)
A great stop along our route.
Bodies of Water
Driving to the Northern Cascades, we found the Methow River along the way. It is a beautiful river that we followed for part of the way. Then wr passed through Winthrop. It was a charming, cute town! We had to stop. We went into some of the nice shops, grabbed a sandwich and had to get back on the road. Winthrop was definitely worth a stop and hoping to go back someday for a longer stay. It’s beautiful! See more..
- 5.0 Vashon Adventures (58 reviews)
Bike Tours • Hiking & Camping Tours • Self-Guided Tours & Rentals • Kayaking & Canoeing
We are a family of four who rented ebikes for 3 hours. The bikes were ideal for touring the island, which is very hilly, and allowed us to see things and go places in a way we couldn't have otherwise. The ebikes were totally easy to learn to use, and felt very safe. We would all (teens and adults) completely and highly recommend this. See more..
- 5.0 Maple Pass Loop (58 reviews)
Heavily trafficked... Start early
A scenic trail passing by lakes and meadows. See more..
- 5.0 Red's Fly Shop - Day Tours (57 reviews)
Flyfishing Yakima River Tour
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Fishing Charters & Tours
We did an 8-hour drift boat tour with Skyler. Skyer was an awesome guide. Right away he taught us some helpful knots and information about flies/bugs on the river. Within minutes on the river, my partner and I both hooked into some trout (at the same time)! We caught a lot of fish on various flies. Skyler also talked about the river and the fish. He constantly was telling us where and when to cast, and when to set. He did rest for a minute and made sure we were always on the fish. We overheard other boats saying they had a slow day, but with Skyler, we felt our day was awesome and action-packed. We will be back to do a hunting tour with him. The fly shop was amazing and has everything that you need. See more..
- 5.0 Lincoln Theater (57 reviews)
Great Historic Theatre in downtown Mt Vernon!
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Theaters
The mission of the Lincoln Theatre is to entertain, inform, and inspire our diverse community through cinema, live performance, and educational programs while preserving the historic Lincoln Theatre. See more..
- 5.0 Mt. Fremont Lookout Trail (57 reviews)
Must Do in Mount Rainier
A 5.6-mile trail leading to a look out tower offering views of glaciers, meadows and maybe even a mountain goat. See more..
- 5.0 Heyday Farm (57 reviews)
A Spectacular Special Event
Our farm, gardens, farmhouse dining areas and state of the art commercial kitchen allow guests to experience local food and to be nourished on a working farmstead nestled within a picturesque and small island community on the Puget Sound. Spend a day or evening with friends and family, for a wedding, reunion, anniversary, whatever the inspiration is to gather, we can help you design an unforgettable experience. Whether you are local or visiting the Island, join us year round for our ever popular farm-to-table dinners weekly on Thursday and Friday nights (reservation on website under the DINE tab). We offer tailored cooking classes for groups of 10 based on the season, Winemaker Dinners, each Summer brings our "Chef in the Garden Series", and so much more. Our meals are executed with great attention to the food and the experience. We always honor the connections between people and food to create a special experience to help you, your family and friends celebrate in comfort and beauty. See more..
- 5.0 Nisqually Reach Nature Center (55 reviews)
Beautiful place to see sunrise!
Thursday: Nature & Wildlife Areas • Educational sites
Stayed at the Inn at Mallard Cove about a mile away, and our host Don recommended we take in the sunrise at the beach here. It was fabulous! Changed in the blink of an eye. Lots of various birds. Enjoyed watching the kayakers and fisherman come and go. Truly a beautiful place to see and hang out as the sun comes up. See more..
- 5.0 Sun Mountain Stables (55 reviews)
Horseback Riding Tours
Horseback riding in the Cascades was on my list of wanna dos! My son, his wife, my husband and I had a private one hour guided trail ride. It was superb! I am the only experienced rider and they matched us really well to our horses. Our guide, Maddie, was excellent! It was beautiful, fun, and well done. I highly recommend them! Private rides are a little more expensive, but worth it! See more..
- 5.0 Three Peaks Outfitters - Day Tours (54 reviews)
Thursday: Sightseeing Tours
This is the second time I've ridden with Three Peaks Outfitters. Both times were excellent. All of the horses were beautiful, clearly well cared for, and easily trustable. Our guide this time was Sophie. She gave us a choice of locations. We ended up riding up through a beautiful quiet forest to a waterfall (I'm lost in this area so I can't say exactly where we were). Sophie really went the extra mile for us, and we tied up the horses and hiked down to a place where we ended up sitting on large rocks right at the base of the waterfall where it divided and created gorgeous pools, and it was surrounded by huge rock cliffs. It was stunning. Sophie made us lunch while we climbed around and took photos. The ride was the perfect length. It really was a perfect day! See more..
- 5.0 Falls Creek Falls (53 reviews)
Beautiful falls, great hike
North of Carson 15 miles, more or less, than an hour hike in to a great water fall! See more..
- 5.0 All Adventures Rafting (52 reviews)
Amazing half day
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM River Rafting & Tubing • Adrenaline & Extreme Tours • Eco Tours • Nature & Wildlife Tours • Kayaking & Canoeing
Booked a trip with these guys with the photo pack included. 2adults and 7 year old child.once suited up and briefed on safety procedures we headed off to the river.jumped in the raft and we are paddling away.its easy to paddle and the rapids are so much fun.the scenery is breathtaking and our guides were fantastic.i highly recommend these guys for there tour.its a small company but very professional operators. Definitely do it again if we are up that way. See more..
- 5.0 Cape Flattery (51 reviews)
Great View - Be ready for the hike
Bodies of Water
The NW-most spot of the lower 48 states. We saw this on the map while driving and decided we should stop by. It took us a good 35 miles off the main road, but seemed to be well worth the stop. The final parking spot is a good 25-30 minute hike from the actual overview, with a few steep spots along the path. The final view was well worth the hike, however. Be sure to bring comfortable walking shoes, and be ready for a windy (possibly rainy) site! See more..
- 5.0 Bella Fortuna Events and Tours (51 reviews)
Taste in style with Bella Fortuna
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wineries & Vineyards
Contact Bella Fortuna to reserve a memorable and relaxing tour for your wine tasting experience. Bella Fortuna partners with some of the finest wineries in Walla Walla to create custom wine tours or if you prefer you can create your own itinerary. See more..
- 5.0 BC Adventure Guides (50 reviews)
One of the best classes I've ever taken. Matt and Pablo taught us many skills to enter steep couloirs and terrain and we took those skills out and applied them by entering a 1100' couloir. They were both friendly, patient, and downright brilliant when it came to ski techniques. 100% would recommend taking this class to up your ski skills! See more..
- 5.0 Fusions Gallery (46 reviews)
Fabulous little gallery
Stopped in at this fabulous little gallery while on a quick trip to Ocean Shores. The gentleman working, Howard, was wonderful! He gave us info on the artists with work currently on display and also, tips on great places to eat. Bought a cute little tile with a fall theme. Will definitely be back. If your visiting Ocean Shores, you need to check this fabulous little gallery!! See more..
- 5.0 DirtFish Rally School (46 reviews)
Absolute Joy & Adrenaline!
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Game & Entertainment Centers
DirtFish Rally School is a premier driving school with top notch professional instructors who teach people from all around the world how to rally; with an age range from 15 to 85 and skill levels of professional stunt drivers to people who have never driven a manual before, we do it all! We also provide team-building and employee incentive events for all budgets! Come by and see what our showroom has to offer, including a variety of merchandise,an Xbox Simulator Lounge, and all day, every day rally spectating! See more..
- 5.0 Wild Felid Advocacy Center of Washington (46 reviews)
Well worth a visit
The Wild Felid Advocacy Center of Washington is a non-profit organization. It's mission is to provide safe haven/sanctuary for species of wild cats and their hybrids, education relating to wild cats, and conservation support. We also care for turtles/tortoises and various amphibians. Visiting the Center is by appointment only and pre-booked online via our website. See more..
- 5.0 Double Bluff Brewing Company (46 reviews)
a wonderful nano-brewery in Langely...
Spent 1-2 hours Breweries
My wife and I stopped in for a flight of beers recently. (OK it was really just me while my wife shopped nearby.) I'd seen this place previously on other visits to the area but the timing wasn't right. I made a point of visiting on this trip to Whidbey Island and was very happy I did. I got a flight of 4 beers (5 oz pours) and sat outside on a nice late summer day enjoying the cool breeze. The beers are very good and I'd definitely stop here again when we have family in town. The staff was friendly and helpful. They have a nice outdoor seating area to enjoy a cold beer(s). This place is definitely worth visiting when you are on the island. See more..
- 5.0 Cape Horn Overlook (44 reviews)
Spent a few days visiting a friend in town. We always stop by the Pendleton outlet just to check out what they have.
Spent < 1 hour Lookouts
We love this little town. We had a wonderful lunch here at The Oak and Acorn restaurant in Camas. Spent a few days visiting a friend in town. We always stop by the Pendleton outlet just to check out what they have. Beautiful town we will return soon. See more..
- 5.0 Badger Mountain Centennial Preserve (44 reviews)
Tri-City hiking opportunity with a tremendous view
Badger Mountain is one of the most summited peaks in Washington State with over 600,000 visitors since 2008. A variety of trails with more being developed for hikers, bikers, and horses. See more..
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