For families searching for affordable activities to do with their children, options abound in the Emerald city.
Check out these local Seattle parks that are known for providing the best unobstructed views of the most colorful sunsets in the Pacific Northwest.
Take your dog with you as you explore all of the wonderful hiking trails in the Seattle area.
Seattle is a city with many diverse opportunities for outdoor dates in the fall.
Whether you’re looking for something just a little more strenuous than the trail around Green Lake or really want to break a sweat and possibly a few blisters, the greater Seattle area features many trails for all types of walkers.
A Seattle fitness professional shares the best local ways to keep your kids active, from sledding in the Cascades to hiking through a city park, taking a dance or gymnastics class, or swimming.
Head into nature this Halloween to see what really hoots and howls. Kids and parents alike will enjoy these day and nighttime hikes. Here are some of our favorites.
When you just don’t want to host playdates at home and deal with the tornado afterward, Seattle promises options aplenty. Watch the kids grow and develop while they have a blast at these awesome area escapes. Skip the cleanup and the cooped up kids and shoot for one of the best spots for a playdate in Seattle.
When Seattle summers start to sizzle, this area more than accommodates local families’ need to cool down. From shoreline playtime to a giant, man-made waterfall, the area’s best spots to spend a summer day don’t just keep your and yours cool, they’re pretty cool themselves. Pack up the kids and hit these awesome area venues for the perfect way to simmer down this summer.
In the mood to find a quiet place off the beaten path for a day of relaxation, solitude or romance? Here are some beautiful options in the nearby area – Discovery Park, Carkeek Park, Kerry Park, Cal Anderson Park and Kubota Garden never fail to disappoint.