LakeWood : Top 7 Best places To Visit in LakeWood , WA

Fort Steilacoom Park  

Fort Steilacoom Park has 340+ acres worth of trails and prairie lands waiting for you. You can enjoy scenic walks all year, and you can bike, birdwatch and play fetch with your dog. Relax in tranquil gardens and fish, boat or swim in the clear-water lakes. 

Lakewold Gardens 

Lakewold Gardens, a 10-acre estate of historic gardens, features both formal and natural settings.The Georgian-style Georgian-style home is nestled among the English-inspired gardens and overlooks Gravelly Lake. 

Chambers Bay Golf Course 

Chambers Bay is played the same way it was created. You will enjoy the Puget Sound's surrounding views if you choose one of our professional caddies to help carry your bag. Robert Trent Jones II designed this 18-hole championship course. 

Harry Todd Park 

This grant will be used by the City of Lakewood to improve waterfront access at Harry Todd Park in Lakewood, which is a 17-acre park. Access to the waterfront will be improved by providing ADA-accessible pathways that lead from parking areas to the shoreline. 

Pierce College Science Dome 

he Pierce College Science Dome, a digital planetarium with 58 seats, is the only one in the South Puget Sound region. The interactive and immersive facility allows visitors to see the night sky from any location in the universe, on cloudy days, and explore the Egyptian pyramids. 

McChord AFB Museum 

This museum is located at McChord AFB and is dedicated  the history of the base as well as the lives of its airmen over the years. There are many exhibitions inside, including one about General Doolittle's Tokyo Raiders. Scale models, uniforms and equipment are all on display. 

LeMay Collections at Marymount  

The LeMay Museum is the largest. There's also the smaller but equally interesting LeMay Family Collection at Marymount Event Center, which features over 500 vintage vehicles, primarily American-made automobiles, trucks, buses and fire engines.