These recreational activities are primarily in Seattle proper but are available (and typically include) LGBTQ people from the Eastside.
Bottom Dwellers is an LGBTQ and straight scuba club, which welcomes divers of all experience levels and hosts local shore diving, dive charters throughout the Pacific Northwest and tropical trips.
Emerald City Softball Association is in its 39th year and the Pacific Northwest’s largest softball organization geared to LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ individuals.
Meetup is a way for people with common interests to connect by joining or starting a Meetup group. You might want to check out local LGBTQ Meetup groups or consider starting your own. (As with all online services that are designed to bring together people who don’t know one another, conduct your own diligence and proceed with care and caution.)
OutVentures is an outdoor organization for the LGBT community based in Seattle, serving a membership in the Puget Sound region and larger Pacific Northwest.
Pride League West Seattle is an LGBTQ Bowling League that meets on Sunday evenings in West Seattle. If you are looking to bowl on inclusive Adult Gay Friendly, Lesbian Friendly, TransGenger Friendly, Straight Friendly bowling league, then this is the league for you.
Rain City Soccer Club (RCSC) is the largest LGBTQ soccer club in the world and organizes predominantly gay/lesbian soccer teams in the Seattle area, with over three hundred members of all skill levels and ages playing on one or more of the teams year round.
Seattle Men’s Chorus and Seattle’s Women’s Chorus comprise the largest community choral organization in North America, and stand out as the largest LGBTQ-identified men’s and women’s choruses in the world. In addition to attending their wonderful shows, interested folks can also audition to join them.
Seattle Otters Waterpolo is a co-ed masters level team (most players have some water polo experience, whether in college or high school) but is an open team. If you’re a strong swimmer and interested in learning, drop by at practice to check it out.
Seattle Parks and Recreations LGBT Seattle Parks has many services and activities of interest to LGBTQ people listed on this page as well as an event blog.
Seattle Quake Rugby is the Northwest’s first primarily gay men’s rugby team and welcomes newcomers to the sport, as well as experienced players, coaches, fans and contributors of all ages, races and sexual orientations.
Seattle Volleyball Club (SVC) is a social and recreational club whose primary purpose is to promote Volleyball activities for the LGBT communities of Greater Seattle.
Team Seattle supports and educations LGBTQ athletes, develops communication between various sports teams, and works together to attend local, regional and international sports events.
Three Dollar Bill Cinema strengthens, connects, and reflects diverse communities through queer film and media and offers volunteer opportunties. Its program include Twist: Seattle Queer Film Festival and Translations: The Seattle Transgender Film Festival.
Triangle Recreation Camp (TRC) is the Northwest’s Premier recreational campground that is LGBTQ- owned and operated.