Washington State Tourism

Guide to Travel In the State of Washington

 
 

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Washington State Amusement Parks

Here's a couple of the best places in Washington State to get your rush.

Fun Forest

From miniature golf to a log flume, a carousel to the Windstorm roller coaster or a swinging pirate ship, this is a great place for the whole family to laugh and play. The Fun Center not only has an arcade, bumper cars and other assorted rides, but you can also hangout at the interactive museum—Experience Music—see a production by the Seattle Theatre or visit the Children’s Museum. Nearby is the Westlake Mall and Wharf.

Seattle Center
370 Thomas Street
206-728-1585
www.funforest.com
Hours: 11am daily

Enchanted Village Wild Waves

As the northwest’s largest amusement park and Washington’s water park, you will have many choices to make! You can ride 50 foot tall Lumberjack Falls, the 360* high speed Timber Axe, and roller coasters like the Klondike or Timber Hawk. The waterpark boast 9 slides, a wave pool, a raging river and a water play area with ropes, slides, water cannons, and many other interactive water elements. 36201 Enchanted Pkwy South

 

Federal Way, WA
253-661-8000
www.sixflags.com
Hours – Memorial Day to Labor Day
11am daily; mid-April to May & September –October weekends only
Closing time varies with the season

Photo Credits: Fun Forest by Randy Wick;