The seller of the home mentioned that “DuPont is a great town for running and easy access to the military base + shopping north and south. There are many lovely parks and trails to bike and walk on.”
The DuPont Running Path Trailhead starts at Burnside Place and winds through wooded area between the neighborhoods and connects up with the Hoffman Hill Trail and passes by the old train tracks. View more trails in the area here.
Get out and enjoy the Chief Leschi Park! This neighborhood park is popular for both sledding and building snowmen in the winter and doodling on the sidewalks with chalk in the summer. There’s an open turf area for soccer, wooden play structures, rocks for climbing and site amenities.
The seller also mentioned that they enjoyed Farrelli’s and their variety of pizzas. You can find Farrelli’s along with an array of other eateries and amenities 2 miles away. Dupont J Cafe, McNamara’s Pub and Eatery, Fortune Cookie, Pure Elegance Salon and Barber, DuPont Nails and Spa, Supper Buffet, DuPont Cleaners, the DuPont Library, I Sushi & Teriyaki, Viva Mexican and the DuPont Park & Ride.
Calling all outdoor recreation enthusiasts - American Lake is only 9 miles away! The popular 5-acre park is located on the north shore of American Lake. It offers a seasonal restroom, picnic shelter, picnic tables, a swimming beach along the north-shore, playground and a public boat launch.
Just 14 minutes from JBLM North and you don’t even have to get on the freeway to get there! There’s a nice backroad to take so you can skip all of that I-5 mess.