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    707183 - Pt. Townsend/Friday Harbor Whale Watching

    707183 - Pt. Townsend/Friday Harbor Whale Watching

    Join on this day long cruise which combines orca watching with an on-board naturalist, a tour of San Juan Islands, and a visit to Friday Harbor for shopping and sightseeing. The cruise departs from Port Townsend aboard the Glacier Spirit, a Puget Sound Express boat. Last summer we were rewarded with a beautiful sunny day and numerous, continuous orca whale sightings. It was an unforgettable experience! This tour includes a 2 hour layover in Friday Harbor for shopping or quick sightseeing. Bring a picnic lunch, snacks, and/or money to purchase lunch and dinner on the way back to Lacey City Hall.

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    707193 - Tillicum Village & Blake Island with Argosy Cruises

    707193 - Tillicum Village & Blake Island with Argosy Cruises

    Escape modern life and watch history come alive. We will travel from Pier 55 in Seattle aboard an Argosy Cruise boat to and from Blake Island. This 4-hour tour experience includes passage, a Northwest flavors-inspired buffet meal featuring traditionally-prepared alder fire roasted fish, Northwest Native American storytelling, live stage performance enhanced by technology, hand-crafted art, all inside a cedar longhouse surrounded by lush forest and rocky beach for you to explore. Walk in Chief Seattle's footsteps with us. This tour includes tour fee, transportation and parking downtown Seattle.

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    Add to CartWaitlistTillicum Village & Blake Island with Argosy Cruises08/10/19- 08/10/19 8:00A- 5:30PSaLacey City Hall8 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    707593 - Lake Quinault Lodge & Hike

    707593 - Lake Quinault Lodge & Hike

    Spend the day in the Quinault Rain Forest touring through the mossy old-growth forests that surround the South Shore of Lake Quinault. View towering trees, including the world's largest Sitka spruce, mosses, ferns, waterfalls, the lake, the river, and hopefully, wildlife such as elk or bear. Start the experience at the Rain Forest Nature Trail, an easy .5 mile loop and a must see in the Quinault Valley. After this, you'll travel a short distance to the Lake Quinault Lodge with an opportunity to hike the .9 mile Lakeshore Trail to the Willaby Campground and back or you can just relax at the Lodge and enjoy the view. After lunch, we will head to the world's largest Sitka Spruce, a short .2 mile hike. No trip would be complete without a visit to this 1,000-year old giant. Bring money to purchase lunch in the Lodge restaurant or bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the lakeshore. This tour has something for all ages. Total distance is 2.7 miles. Difficulty rating: Easy

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    707753 - Ape Caves & Trail of Two Forests

    707753 - Ape Caves & Trail of Two Forests

    Will you need to be watching out for wild apes on this trip? You'll just have to wait and see on this day exploring the south side of Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. We start with the Trail of Two Forests, a short .5 mile loop through two forests that stand side by side, but separated in age by 2000 years. Next, we will hit the Ape Cave Interpretive Site and the location of the 3rd largest lava tube in the United States. We will hike the lower cave option an easy 1.5 mile round trip walk, which houses a popular geologic anomaly known as the Meatball. The tube bed is rough and uneven so wear sturdy, appropriate shoes or boots. Plus, the cave temperature is a constant 42 degrees and the ceiling is drippy so dress in warm layers. The cave is completely dark so you will need a powerful flashlight or headlamp. We will end the day at a park on Yale Lake for lunch. Pack a picnic lunch, snacks, plenty of drinking water. Fee includes all admission and parking fees.

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    Add to CartAvailableApe Caves & Trail of Two Forests08/11/19- 08/11/19 7:00A- 5:00PSuLacey City Hall12 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    707773 - Ride the Ducks of Seattle

    707773 - Ride the Ducks of Seattle

    You haven't seen Seattle until you've seen it from a Duck. Explore Seattle by land and water on this unique riding tour. The hilarious Coast Guard-certified Duck captains will take you on an adventure throughout the city while they narrate historical information, local folklore, dance to funky music, and quack you up with jokes and comedy! Then, splash into the water to cruise on Lake Union and enjoy a breathtaking view of the Seattle skyline! It's a party on wheels and in the water. Bring money for lunch at the Seattle Center food court which features a variety of fresh local food vendors. This has consistently been one of our most popular family trips, so don't wait to register! Fee includes tour ticket, transportation, and parking.

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    Add to CartWaitlistRide the Ducks of Seattle07/27/19- 07/27/19 9:00A- 4:00PSaLacey City Hall8 years and UpItem DetailsLocation Details

    709873 - Wet & Wacky on the Wenatchee

    709873 - Wet & Wacky on the Wenatchee

    Does river tubing seem like more your style? Come with us on a trip to Leavenworth for some nice weather and great tubing fun. Families and individual teens are welcome on this trip. You'll spend an afternoon leisurely floating down the Wenatchee River. It's a perfect little summer escape. The professionals at the Leavenworth Outdoor Center will provide a quality river tube with handles and cup holders as well as a fitted life jacket. Trip fee includes transportation and single tube rental. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy along the riverside. After the river float, we will head to the unique little town of Leavenworth to explore the shops and local attractions. Bring plenty of sunscreen, sunglasses, dry clothes, and optional money for Leavenworth.

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