I came here a lot growing up as both sets of my grandparents live in Port Angeles. It’s a drive through game farm where animals come up to your window and you can feed them. As I’m writing this, I realize I haven’t been here since I was a kid, and I care so much more as an adult about ethical care of animals. So, with that being said, I really don’t know how ethical this place is. It was fun to go to when I was a kid, and your family might enjoy it!
14. Dungeness Valley Creamery
1915 Towne Rd, Sequim, WA 98382, USA
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We came here with some friends today and got yummy ice cream. There were a lot of baby cows out front that you could pet that were adorable. Every time a new cow is born, the town names it. They also sell raw milk. They are an A2 dairy farm and have 100% grass fed cows.
We came here for our ninth anniversary and loved it! It’s a beautiful spot on the water. The wait for the tables on the deck was about an hour and a half, but there was a nice view. The risotto was delicious!
We spent a lot of time here our first summer in the van. It’s a 90 acre park right in Seattle. Its eastern half, which is connected to the zoo by arched bridges over the highway and often called Lower Woodland Park, consists of trails, an off-leash dog park, a picnic area, ballfields, a miniature golf range, horseshoe pits, BMX bike course, and lawn bowling, and is contiguous with Green Lake Park.