What To Do in Tacoma is a great question, and there are lots of fun answers! True Pacific Northwesterners know that rain can’t stop us from spending time in the great outdoors. What To Do in Tacoma And nothing beats a day of getting high and exploring all that this beautiful region has to offer. Before you head out for adventure, stock up at Cannabis Oasis in Tacoma for the best selection of dabbing weed, concentrates, edibles, pre-rolled joints and some of the top weed strains in the Pacific Northwest.

Try: Blue Dream Legends from Northwest Cannabis Solutions – starts at $10/1g

Throw on your raincoat and go explore the Port of Tacoma after a few hits of Blue Dream Legends. You’ll geek out on the amazing biodiversity of the port’s 23 open areas for wildlife – just don’t forget your binoculars. With 147 species of birds, plus coyotes, otters, seals, and more, the port has a lot to offer for a relaxed day in nature.

Visit out the Gog-le-hi-te wetland complex for easy access and nice, flat walking paths. Or head to the lesser-known Dick Gilmur Shoreline Access area, located along Marine View Drive. It has a car-top boat launch so you can kayak or canoe around Inner Commencement Bay. And if you want to find out more about the goings on in the port habitats, check out the Diary of the Port Biologist.

Try: Orange Lion Bourbon Aged Pre-Roll from Prohibition Brands — $7/single

If you’re more into bison, big cats and bears (oh my) head to the Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. You can explore the park, or book yourself on a photo tour of the free roaming area for up-close views of moose, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, bison and other free range animals. After a few hits off an Orange Lion Bourbon Aged pre-rolled joint, you’ll be marveling at the animal kingdom. Check out the hours and pricing here.

Try: Willy Wonka from Cleo – starts at $40/3.5g

Not the outdoorsy type? Check out Cannabis Oasis’ Picks for Tacoma’s Best Coffee and then tuck into a good book for an afternoon coffee shop hang after a few hits of Willy Wonka. Not a reader? Spend a few hours doing your own research on whether drinking coffee improves your high.