Get ready for outdoor activities in Gig Harbor and the Key Peninsula
If you have kids, you know how difficult it can be to keep them busy and having fun (especially during school breaks!). Luckily, Sumner has some great spots where you can do just that. From fun parks to sweet treats, we know where to make the most of your time together!
Here’s a look at 3 fun things to do with kids in Sumner, as recommended by local Trish Stone:
Located at 516 Boyd Ave. Sumner, WA 98390
For something simple yet fun, Trish recommends Loyalty Park. “Loyalty Park is a picture perfect small town park fun for the kids with plenty of running space and awesome big toys,” she shares. “[There’s] lots of shade and peacefulness (aside from the squeals of happy kiddos) to sit on benches throughout the park. Perfect place for picnic lunches and pets are welcome, too! Year round, infants to 101!” If your little ones need to run off some steam once the weather breaks, this is the ideal spot!
Located at 1402 Main St. Sumner, WA 98390
Hours: 10:00am-10:00pm Monday-Saturday; 10:00am-9:00pm Sunday
Who doesn’t love burgers and shakes? “[The Main St.] Dairy Freeze is a fun old school burger and shake place,” says Trish. “Order an after-school shake and relax in the booths or sit out front and listen to sports activities at Sunset Stadium. All ages, all year, solid food eaters to 110!” Next time you pick up your kid from school, surprise ‘em with a trip to this awesome local joint for dinner!
Located at 13608 Valley Ave. E Sumner, WA 98390
Hours: 9:00am-8:00pm Monday-Friday; 9:00am-6:00pm Saturday-Sunday
Furniture shopping may not sound like many kids’ idea of fun, but the Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse just might make them change their tune. “Old Cannery takes furniture to a whole different level,” says Trish. “Kids love trying out all the beds and chairs after filling ‘em up on their famous fudge from their sweet shop! Open year round.” Next time you need a new couch and a way to keep your tykes entertained, a trip to the Old Cannery just might be in order!
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“The Proctor Farmers’ Market provides an avenue for local farmers and artists to showcase and sell their goods,” shares REALTOR® Stacey Gendreau. “The market gives the community access to healthy fresh produce, meats, fish, cheese,