If you’re looking for adventures beyond your own backyard, Spanaway Lake is open year round and offers a good harvest opportunity for stocked rainbow trout. Spanaway Lake has some of the best fishing for rock bass in the area. The 135-acre park along beautiful Spanaway Lake is extremely popular with many year-round activities. Visitors to the park can explore a multitude of aquatic recreation opportunities, including two swimming beaches (no lifeguards), a boat launch, and a fishing pier. If you’d rather stay dry, there’s a new picnic area by the south swimming beach, ADA playground equipment with a seating plaza for parents and a new three mile trail system by Little Spanaway Lake.
No matter what the season is, you’ll enjoy the smooth and fast rolling greens paired with some of the driest quality turf conditions in the Northwest, help make The Classic Golf Club an enjoyable course and just 5 miles away!
Enjoy a tranquil forest setting, on the adjacent Bresemann Forest Trail, a 1.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Or on those rainy days, take it indoors to the Sprinker Recreation Center - for ice skating, hokey, tennis, racquetball, pickleball, ping pong, basketball, softball & baseball, and skateboarding - there’s something here for everyone!
Date night is easy when delicious Marzano’s Italian is so close by! Situated in a quaint, remodeled house with a native Italian owner, so you know it’s authentique! Enjoy fresh and handmade pasta and pizza on the best dough, incredible fresh seafood, calabrian and bolognese sauces that are full of so much flavor and perfectly braised meats. Or the highly rated Citron European Bistro which offers French, German & other European fare (such as wiener schnitzel & beef bourguignon).