in Seattle, WA (showing 1 - 12 out of 16)

If you’re a sports fan, your trip wouldn’t be complete without paying a visit to the local stadiums. Check out where the pros play or hit a game or two while you’re in town!

Visit the sports venues in the area without a hitch by checking the address and driving directions below.

The venues in our directory also feature other events from time to time, like concerts and street fairs. Check their websites to find out more information!

Burke Gilman Trail

Seattle, WA

(206) 684-7583


Don´t feel like leaving the city for a hike or bike? Check out the Burke Gilman Trail. Once an abandoned railroad line, this paved recreation path provides plenty of hiking, biking, jogging and running opportunities for those in the city. It currently extends about 90 miles in Seattle and further throughout King County in Washington.

Parafly Paragliding LLC

11250 Issaquah Hobart Rd
Issaquah, WA 98027   Directions

(425) 605-0433


Soar through the air like a bird with Parafly Paragliding LLC. Achieve flight for hours and reach up to 18,000 feet. Either take a few days of instruction and explore Seattle from the sky on your own, or opt for a tandem flight with a Master Rated paraglider pilot for a completely safe alternative. You'll get an extreme sports rush from this adventure.

Roxbury Lanes & Roxy´s Casino

2823 SW Roxbury St
Seattle, WA 98126   Directions

(206) 935-7400


Have a ball at Roxbury Lanes & Roxy´s Casino! Whether you want to get a group together to hit the lanes or test your luck at the poker and blackjack tables, you´ll find an evening of entertainment in this nightlife hot spot. Enjoy delicious food and drinks from the full service bar to complete your night.

Seattle Mariners

1250 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134   Directions

(206) 346-4001


Head out to the ballgame at Safeco Field, where you can see the Seattle Mariners put on an excellent sports show. The "M"s are part of the Major League Baseball´s American League and set the American League record for most wins in a single season after winning 116 games in 2001.

Seattle Redhawks

900 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122   Directions

(206) 296-6000


If you visit Seattle University, be sure to show your support for the Seattle Redhawks. These intercollegiate varsity athletic teams consist of eight men´s sports and nine women´s. Part of the NCAA Division I, the Redhawks compete against other universities in baseball, basketball, golf, soccer, swimming and more.

Seattle Seahawks

800 Occidental Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134   Directions

(206) 381-7888


Be sure to wear dark blue or neon green when you go watch the Seattle Seahawks play in their home stadium, CenturyLink Field. Part of the NFL since 1976, the Seahawks began as an expansion team and have grown steadily over the years, appearing in several recent playoffs and taking home division and conference championships. Hard-hitting sports action can be found at one of these games.

Seattle Sounders FC

800 Occidental Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134   Directions

(206) 381-7940


Watch a soccer game played by one of the best teams in the United States. The Seattle Sounders FC set a record as the first MLS team to win three U. S. Open Cups in a row, and have been gathering a strong fan base since they were founded in 1994. Wear your Rave Green and make some noise at the stadium for The Sounders!

Seattle Storm

3421 Thorndyke Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119   Directions

(206) 217-9622


See the Seattle Storm tear up the basketball court at KeyArena. This WNBA team was founded in 2000 and has worked hard to provide a fan-friendly, family environment where people of all ages can watch them show off their sports skills. Cheer with Doppler, the mascot, as these women brew up a Storm in Seattle.

Seattle Thunderbirds

400 1st N
Seattle, WA 98101   Directions

(206) 728-1947


Hear the fans rumble as the Seattle Thunderbirds take to the ice. This sports franchise has undergone several changes over the decades, but has been a Seattle staple since 1977. Come out to KeyArena to see this junior ice hockey team tear up the rink.

Stone Gardens Seattle

2839 NW Market St
Seattle, WA 98107   Directions

(206) 781-9828


Put yourself to the test at the Stone Gardens Seattle rock climbing gym. Choose different climbing options for the 16,000 feet of recreational climbing surface. Head indoors for the 65-foot lead roof and the option to boulder (climb without a rope) should you wish to challenge yourself. Beginners are also welcome, and may enjoy the classes and the simple 40-foot outdoor wall.

Twin Falls Trail

Seattle, WA

(206) 625-1367


Take a family-friendly three-mile hike, although you may also attempt to bike the recreation trail, to one of the most awe-inspiring sights in Washington State, Twin Falls. Twin Falls Trail will take you to the impressive 150-foot cascading waterfall, although you should also explore the beautiful forest as you make your way there.

UW Waterfront Activities Center

3710 Montlake Blvd NE
Seattle, WA 98195   Directions

(206) 543-9433


Visit the university district near the University of Washington for a wonderful day of watery fun. The UW Waterfront Activities Center offers canoe and rowboat rentals to the general public, as well as special discounts for students, alumni, faculty and staff. Spend a day on the water enjoying recreation almost any day of the week from January until November.

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