This unconventional Seattle neighborhood offers a variety of activities. Ride your bike, join in one of the many festivals or take a walking tour to further explore Fremont. Find what to do in Fremont by reading this page.
Hot Tub Boats. 2520 Westlake Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109. Phone: 206-747-4362.
Wright Brothers Cycle Works. 2109 N. 36th Street, Seattle, WA 98103. Phone: 206-633-5132.
The Fremont Solstice Parade kicks off this community event which also features a large crafts market, Seattle Art Cars, art, yoga, Dad and dog parade plus much more for an entire weekend of fun. E-mail
Fremont 5K & Briefcase Relay
Run, walk or a little of both this 5k course. Put together a team of 5 for the briefcase relay. All you need is "business attire", anything representing a certain occupation, and a briefcase that is relayed from one team member to the next until the last team member crosses the finish line. Afterwards enjoy the beer garden and a variety of vendors.
Septembers large, outdoor beer festival, the 10th largest in the country.
HopScotch Beer & Scotch Festival
Taste over 80 libations including beer, Scotch, whiskey, and wine at the Fremont Studios. This event benefits Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF). Food options are also available.
Every spring for four months, this festival features variety acts including comedians, jugglers, acrobats, music and many more unique acts.
Music in the Sculpture Garden
Enjoy acoustic music every Sunday at this summer concert series held in the covered outdoor Sculpture Garden at the History House of Greater Seattle
Fremont Outdoor Movies. 3501 Phinney Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98103.
Lake Washington Rowing Club. 910 N. Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98103. Phone: 206-547-1583; Fax: 206-547-3549.
evo Seattle. 3500 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA 98103. Phone: 206-973-4470.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Best Hikes Near Seattle, 2nd Edition by Peter Stekel. From easy nature walks to strenuous day hikes, this guide offers something for every hiker and all within easy reach of Greater Seattle. Each featured hike includes a description, useful trail specs, maps plus much more. Order now...
Biking Puget Sound: 60 Rides from Olympia to the San Juans, 2nd Edition by Bill Thorness. This Mountaineers book highlights 60 of the best routes with amazing scenery along with the Handy at a Glance chart including the routes features, difficulty level, length, elevation gain, time and points of interest. Order now...
Moon Take a Hike Seattle: 75 Hikes within Two Hours of the City (Moon Outdoors) by Scott Leonard. Learn about the best hikes in and around Seattle where you can see the beautiful scenery of Lakes, waterfalls, hills and islands. Find details and directions to each trailhead, contact information, facilities, fees, parking and an easy to use map for each trail. Order now...
Seattle Stairway Walks: An Up and Down Guide to City Neighborhoods by J Jaramillo. Explore 25 of Seattle neighborhoods while getting exercise via public stairways. Discover the stairway walks that open up to stunning scenery. Order now...
60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Seattle: Including Bellevue, Everett, and Tacoma by Andrew Weber and Bryce Stevens. In addition to the Cascade Range and Puget Sound, this authoritative guide also leads to lesser-known destinations, including high bluffs and tide pools along the Pacific, abandoned mines and railways, and stands of old-growth forest inside the city limits. Order now...
Birds of the Puget Sound Region Coast to Cascades by Dennis Paulson, Bob Morse, Tom Aversa, Hal Opperman and Christina Dunchese Morse. This is a pocket size guide with descriptions, similar species, habitat, behavior and photographs of birds in western Washington. Order now...
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