Attractions North of Seattle (Page 2):
6026 156th SW, Edmonds, WA 98036 | 425-388-6600
Located north of Edmonds on Puget Sound, this beautiful 95-acre saltwater beach and woodland park features a 1.25-mile hike through the magnificent forest and onto the scenic beach where you can enjoy the breathtaking views of the distant Olympic Mountains. Special disabled access is available.
609 Front Street, Mukilteo, WA 98275 | 425-513-9602
About an hour north of Seattle, the light at Mukilteo still shines brightly. This operational lighthouse has a range of 12 miles and continues to play an important navigational role. The beautifully landscaped grounds also provide a unique location for your special event - yes, you can rent the lighthouse and its grounds for your wedding, military commission, or memorial service.
6410 33rd Ave NE, Tulalip, WA 98271 | 360-716-1700
Located on the site of the original Tulalip Casino, Quil Ceda Creek Casino and Nightclub has been completely remodeled. QCC brings you all the latest slots in a variety of denominations plus your favorite table games. Enjoy their friendly staff and good food while you play the slots. With $2 million payouts daily, it's the place to be!
2021 NW 190th St., Shoreline, WA 98177 | 206-801-2600
This secluded, dog-friendly beach in Shoreline offers wonderful views of Whidbey Island and the Puget Sound. Like many of the beaches along the Seattle side of the Sound, you'll have to cross a skybridge to access the sandy beach from the rest of the park, but it's worth it!
The scenic Snohomish River begins where the Skykomish and Snoqualmie Rivers come together near the town of Monroe in Snohomish County. There are several parks along the river, including Lord Hill Regional Park in Snohomish, a 1,300 acre upland nature preserve. Further north in Everett, Langus Riverfront Park offers a boat launch and fishing pier, as well as a 3-mile paved trail perfect for dog-walking.
1312 Bay Street, Bellingham, WA 98225 | 360-738-3886
Formerly known as the American Museum of Radio and Electricity, this interactive museum in Bellingham features a collection of artifacts showcasing four centuries of human innovation from 1580 into the 1950s. Exhibits include a reproduction of the radio room of the Titanic, a Collins 1909 wireless telephone, a working 1929 theremin, and much more.
10200 Quil Ceda Blvd., Tulalip, WA 98271 | 888-272-1111
The folks at Tulalip have done it up right! With over 50 table games, the newest slot machines available, and top-notch entertainment, you're sure to have a good time! Treat yourself to some delicious Clam Fritters at the Blackfish Grill, catch a summer show in the Amphitheatre, or try your luck on the casino floor - the possibilities are endless!
311 W. Kincaid St., Mount Vernon, WA 98273 | 360-428-5959
Every spring, Skagit County comes alive with fields of colorful tulips, and visitors come from miles around to celebrate their arrival. Stroll through hundreds of acres of beautiful blooms, take tours of the largest tulip growers in the country, or attend one of the many area art shows. The festival runs throughout the month of April - what a great way to welcome Spring!