Federal Way Bed and Breakfast. Federal Way Shopping. Art Museums in Federal Way. United States. Washington WA.
Just 20 miles south of Seattle, the town of Federal Way provides visitors with a quieter, more relaxed look at life in the Pacific Northwest. Its natural resources, as well as the many area attractions and entertainment throughout the year, make it a worthy detour on your next trip to the Seattle area. Wild Waves Theme Park wildwaves.
Highlights of the park include thrills rides such as the Wild Thing roller coaster, the I-5 Dive Skycoaster, the 24, square-foot wave pool and the five-story Zooma Falls water ride. The King County Aquatic Center kingcounty.
It is also open to the community and features an Olympic-sized pool, a diving pool and a recreational pool with pirate-themed water features for young children to enjoy. For a serious game of laser tag, head over to Laser Quest laserquest.
You have the option of playing individual or team games. Heavy fog and laser-like lighting add to the ambiance as well as the challenge of the arenas. Test your rollerblading skills at Pattison's West Skating Center pattisonswest.
Both roller skates and Rollerblades are available for rent. For bowling action, head over to Secoma Lanes secomabowl.
For outdoor fun, check out Steel Lake Park cityoffederalway. It also has a few beach volleyball pits, a skate park, horseshoe pits and a walking trail.
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Aside from relaxing on the beach or going for a swim, you can also camp in the park and explore more than 11 miles of hiking and bike trails. The annual Northwest Sand Festival nwsandfestival.
Sand sculpting artists from around the world come to Federal Way to create artwork out of sand. Special events and activities throughout the festival include live bands, a gigantic kids sandbox, sand sculpting contests for children and sculpting classes for amateurs. Artwork on display includes paintings, blown glass, jewelry and pottery. Festival-goers can purchase the art, with all proceeds benefiting the homeless in the community.
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