Adult Trips and Tours

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Our popular trips for adults 50+ offer fun and casual day. Destinations vary from mountains, Puget Sound waters, and overnight destinations. We now offer hiking opportunities and an afternoon of gaming fun to keep you busy with old and new friends.

Trips include admission fees and transportation in a standard passenger van. We will depart from the Lakewood Community Center where you will meet your driver(s). Bring money for food or pack your own unless otherwise noted. Overnight trips may be refunded up to 30 days prior to departure. For special requests please call 253-798-4141.

Deadline to register is one week prior to each trip.

2018 Dates: 

UW Seismology Lab & MOHAI Tours

Thursday, June 7
8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Fee: $48+ money for food/memorabilia
Course: #12511 (Register online)

Let's head to Seattle for a day of discover. Our first will be the seismology lab for a tour on the University of Washington Campus. Get a brief overview of the Plate Tectonic Theory and how those processes have formed the  Western margin of North America. Then it’s lunch at Shultzy’s Bar and Grill, a true UW landmark restaurant. After lunch, it’s to the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI). A place to discover and explore your role and how it helped to shape the future while not forgetting our past. Make sure to bring some extra snacks, money for food, and memorabilia. Price includes admission to the Al Smith Exhibit at MOHAI.

Westport's Rusty Scupper's Daze

Saturday, June 23
8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Fee: $49+ money for food/memorabilia
Course: #12512 (Register online)

We are off to Westport for the Annual Pirate Daze festival. Watch rival pirates invade Westport for a weekend of fun, food, and frivolity. Don’t  forget to wear your best pirate outfits while you take in the shops, booths, watch the dancing, plus enjoy the mystique of Rusty Scrupper and his band of buccaneers! Make sure to bring some extra snacks,money for food, and memorabilia.

Port Townsend to San Juan Island Whale Watching

Thursday, July 12
6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Fee: $138+ money for food
Course: #12513 (Register online)

Come on this one-of-a-kind signature 4-hour cruise where a combination of whale watching, an on-board naturalist, a visit to Friday Harbor, plus  incredible sightseeing is all a part of the fun. The cruise will depart from Port Townsend aboard the Glacier Spirit heading across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Friday Harbor for a 2-hour layover. Capture one of life’s most magnificent mammals and enjoy some time exploring the small community of Friday Harbor. Make sure to bring some extra snacks, money for food, and memorabilia.

Where the West was Won: Toppenish Murals

Thursday, July 26
7 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Fee: $49+ money for food
Course: #12514 (Register online)

We are heading over the mountains and stepping back in time to visit the quaint town of Toppenish where you will enjoy a tour of the beautiful murals throughout in an old-time horse drawn covered wagon. After our tour, we will head over to the nearby Legends Casino for a late lunch before heading home. Make sure to bring some extra snacks, money for food, and memorabilia.

Seattle's FBI tour

Thursday, August 9
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

Fee: $49+ money for food
Course: #12515 (Register online)

Don’t miss this adventure to Seattle and tour the FBI building and get a detailed look at the inner workings of this facility. Opened around 1914 under the Leadership of Special Agent in Charge Fred Watt, the office played an important role in the security of WWI. After our tour, we will head to Ivar’s Seafood Restaurant on Seattle’s waterfront. Make sure to bring some extra snacks, money for food, and memorabilia.

Note: You will be contacted as the date approaches to obtain your social security number and other personal information mandatory for this tour.

Evergreen State Fair

Thursday, August 23
8 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Fee: $49+ money for food
Course: #12516 (Register online)

Who doesn’t appreciate a good ole fashioned time at the fair. Come with us to Monroe to experience the Evergreen State Fair. This 193-acre fairgrounds attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. The fairgrounds has several permanent facilities which are used year-round for horse and trade shows, swap meets, auto races and more. With an array of attractions to see why would you miss out on this adventure! Make sure to bring money for food and memorabilia.

Trains, Trains, Trains: Kitsap Live Steamers

Saturday, September 8
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

Fee: $49+ money for food/memorabilia
Course: #12517 (Register online)

Curious about the ins and outs of how a train works, on a smaller scale? Join us as we head to Port Townsend and jump on board for a tour of the miniature Kitsap Live Steamers. Organized as a non-profit rideable railroad in January 1990, Kitsap Live Steamers is a must see if you are a train enthusiast or just curious about these little gems. After our tour, we are heading to the Grey House for a late lunch and tea, formerly known as Debbi Macomber’s Victorian Tea Room and Gifts. Make sure to bring money for food, and memorabilia.

Rhodes River Ranch

Thursday, September 20
7 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

Fee: $49+ money for food/memorabilia
Course: #12518 (Register online)

We are heading to Arlington for a tour of Rhodes River Ranch, dedicated for breeding, raising, and training future world champion performing horses. View horse riding and training while enjoying a meal at the Restaurant at Rhodes River Ranch which overlooks the arena. A truly one of a kind experience dedicated to all things horses. Make sure  to bring some extra snacks, money for food, and memorabilia.

Roslyn's Historical Cemetery, Brick Saloon & Suncadia Resort

Saturday, September 9
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

Fee: $49+ money for food/memorabilia
Course: #12519 (Register online)

Have you heard of the small historical town of Roslyn? Come with us as we head to Roslyn and reflect on the ethnic mix that settled in the area prior to the turn of the last century. We will travel to 25 separate cemeteries abutting each other on 15+ wooded acres on the Hills of West Roslyn. After we will head to the Famous Brick Saloon for lunch, Washington’s oldest operating saloon, established in 1889. Besides the coal miners and local residents of Roslyn, the saloon was also famous for the TV series Northern Exposure. Then we are on our way to Suncadia Resort which features more than 6,000 acres of forested mountain landscape, sun dappled meadows, and rushing rivers. We will visit the lodge, take in a small hike, and enjoy all that Suncadia has to offer before heading home.


Program Contact:

Chad Harvell, Recreation Coordinator, CYSA
(2530798-4104