Get your pumpkins and Christmas trees every year at the Hunter Family Farm. They also have a giant corn maze, wagon rides, kiddie train, ATV adventures, camel and pony rides, a pillow jump, and tons of animals to get up close and personal with.
As spring nears closer, that means berry season is right around the corner! Spooner Farms has been operating since 1882 and is the top spot to get berries for jams, jellies and pies. They also offer corn and pumpkins too.
If you want to enjoy Downtown Olympia and its offerings, it’s just 6 miles away. Popular and historical Percival Park is the heart and hub of downtown and connects to The Landing, a 0.9 mile long boardwalk with plenty of places to wine and dine!
Get all your fresh and local produce, meat, fish, cut flowers, sweet treats, eggs, cheese, jams & jellies, artisan goods and more at the Olympia Farmers Market. Open Thursday - Sunday, through April - October from 10 AM - 3 PM.
No matter what the season is, enjoy the Capitol City Golf Club. This course offers a challenge for golfers of all abilities; 18 holes on a traditional course design with narrow, tree-lined fairways and exceptional putting greens.
The Rainier Vista Community Park is just a few minutes away and one of the most popular parks in the summer. Here you can take in soccer matches, along with baseball and softball games. This 46-acre park also offers tennis and pickleball courts, sand volleyball, basketball, a walkway, picnic facilities, restrooms, and a skate park.
Right along the neighborhood you can find Stir Krazy Coffee - walk up or drive through for your caffeine fix. This parking lot also hosts the local fire departments car washes for causes. A few minutes away in a small shopping center is a Hops n Drops, MOD Pizza, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Safeway, Walmart, QFC, China House, Baskin Robbins and many of your standard chain fast food establishments.