Quality Inn & Suites
101 128th Street SE
Everett, WA 98208
Phone: (425) 609-4550
Fax: (425) 609-4555
101 128th Street SE, Everett, WA, US, 98208
- Phone: (425) 609-4550
- Fax: (425) 609-4555
Glacier Lanes is a family owned 16-lane house. The bowling alley has been in operation since 1956. There is a restaurant and popular Strike Zone Lounge. They also offer party packages, Rock & Roll Bowling, and a pro shop.
Family owned & operated for over 40 years, The Skate Deck offers a location for public skating, birthday parties, team celebrations, school parties and private events. Enjoy lights, a DJ, giant inflatable toys, snacks, and get a souvenir or candy in the "Stuff Shop."
Open since 1972, this course is liked by golfers of all skill levels. There are four sets of tees ranging 6,433 yards at the back tees, to 5,219 yards at the forward tees. Enjoy spectacular views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains while golfing. The course also offers professional golf instruction and a pro shop.
If you find yourself in Mukilteo (about 20 minutes north of Seattle) and in need of a good workout, the Mukilteo YMCA is hands-down the best, most comprehensive gym you could ask for. Visitors to the area can purchase a day pass and enjoy access to all the facilities, which include a 25-yard indoor pool, gymnasium for playing basketball, and racquetball courts. Most people will probably get the most out of the expansive workout room with treadmills, elliptical machines, rowing machines, weight lifting machines, free weights, and just about anything else you'd need for a great aerobic or weightlifting workout. - Katie Kinney
Features league play, birthday parties, group events, a pro shop, tournaments, glow bowling, and a restaurant.
Nothing says "Pacific Northwest" like a rocky beach leading up to an old-fashioned white lighthouse. That's exactly what you'll find at Mukilteo Lighthouse Park. The lighthouse itself, which turned 100 years old in 2008, is open for tours on weekends during the spring and summer months. The park has about a mile of gravelly beach, a large grass meadow for kite-flying, and plenty of picnic tables, grills, and fire pits. It's everything you'd need for a day of fun at the beach, Northwest-style. That being said, the water in Puget Sound is never really warm enough for swimming, so you'll only need to pack your bathing suit if you plan on working on your tan.
South Lynnwood Neighborhood Park spans across 4.25 acres of natural forested area and developed ground. It offers facilities such as tennis courts, a basketball court, a picnic area and bike racks to name a few. The Interurban Trail can also be accessed from here. Visitors looking for a fun day in the open, or simply a getaway from city noise can stroll right in. Family barbecues can also be held. Parking and restrooms are available.
In addition to the remarkable Saint Edward State Park, there are also a number of small parks ringing Lake Washington. This little emerald is one of them, and it is near the top of that crowded class. It is a favorite with kids due to its playgrounds, baseball fields and tennis courts, but it is also a hit with adults who want to fish or splash in the lake.
Open since 1933, Legion Memorial is a favorite with golfers of all skill levels. Legion Memorial offers golf instruction through a professional teaching staff. The pro shop carries equipment, apparel, and accessories to improve your game.
The wise folks on the Everett City Council decided in 1998 to refurbish this park, which was certainly looking the worse for wear. Fortunately, the overhaul has done a lot to bring it back to life. Its new playground is one of the biggest in the area, and the summer music program for children is very popular and runs on Tuesdays at noon throughout the summer months. The park is also home to a public golf course.
This shop offers scuba training, continuing education courses, a service department, and a rental department.
Highland Ice Arena is a venerable Seattle-area institution. What could be a better way to celebrate the holiday season than getting your group of friends together and hitting the ice? Highland offers public skating days seven day a week, as well as skate rentals, so it's always a good time for skating. The arena has been around for a while, so facilities aren't exactly new; it's just a solid, no-frills skating rink that ice skaters have been coming to for decades.