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10 Best Seattle Recreational Activites

  • 2046 Westlake Ave N 102, Seattle
    Liz Pearce - If you're looking for a special occasion activity that is outdoors, this is a fun one. The company is easy to work with and seems to be taking all the necessary protections to keep the experience COVID-safe. They have catering and food/adult beverage options as well, if you fail to prepare adequately!
    Deborah Alexander - The boats are easy to drive and can be a fun time on the lake in rain or shine.
    recommended by Katherine Tully
  • 855 8th Ave N, Seattle • South Lake Union
    Tom Laramee - Luckily enough for us, Seattle has one of ~4 Shop Task outlets in North America. These guys live and breathe roller blades. They have a wide selection, along with helmets and wrist guards (and they're great with making your blades as comfortable as possible with wheel adjustments and ankle boots).
    recommended by Ryan Campbell, Jacob Beck
  • 3. Cabana
    4816 15th Ave NW, Seattle • Ballard
    Steve Banfield - Used Cabana this past weekend for a van rental getaway to the woods. Was a super experience all around. Easy to drive van with all the amenities you could have wanted. Pick up and drop on Ballard was also very convenient. Highly recommended.
  • 9249 17th Ave SW, Seattle
    Ryan Bruss - My friend and I took their intro to backcountry skiing/snowboarding course in January. Our guide, Stephen, was awesome. The price was very reasonable and the knowledge we gained was priceless. While exploring the backcountry and fresh untouched pow is what dreams are made of, those dreams can quickly turn to nightmares if you don't know what you're doing.
  • 5356 Oles Cove Rd, Halfmoon Bay, BC V0N 1Y2, Canada
    Susan Stephens - Glamping on the Sunshine Coast couldn’t be more fantastic than at this incredible resort. Along with the main lodge and cabins, you can get your glamping on in one of their tent house suites. Beauty and relaxation go hand in hand while you get to enjoy kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, and guided harbor tours.
  • Ben Shorr - Great yacht charter out of Comox, BC. The owners are excellent - knowledgeable and keep the boats in great shape. desolationsoundyachtcharter...
  • 2656 NE University Village St, Seattle
    Ali White MacBeth - If you need Santa pictures but can’t get downtown and don’t have 5 hours to wait at Nordstrom then this Santa Lane is for you! I took my 10 mo old yesterday. Only one family ahead and the Santa was so professional, my son didn’t cry! I got my picture right then, which was my goal.
  • Seattle
    Cathy Galka - The Club at SEA is a great place to linger if you have a delay or want more elbow room away from the gate. A $45 pass gives you access to three hours of cozy furniture, workstations, and complimentary food and beverage. The Club at SEA in the S gates is currently open.
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Sara Eizen
7 months ago • Maple Leaf
Looking for tennis lessons for my 14 year old son. Seattle Tennis Center at Magnuson is pricey!!! Having a hard time finding info for Amy Yee Tenni...
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