Get outdoors at Fort Steilacoom Playground featuring 340 acres, with an expansive trail system, baseball, softball and soccer fields, state-of-the-art playground, off-leash dog park, two picnic shelters and year round restrooms.
Enjoy a day at the Oakbrook Golf Club - one of Washington’s finest golf courses, featuring hundreds of oak trees, immaculate turf conditions and is open to the public. Enjoy happy hour at The Adriatic at Oakbrook with some of their tasty appetizers.
Play a round of disc golf at the Fort Steilacoom Course! This 18 hole course features the most densely wooded holes of the park. This in combination with a series of moderate to substantial elevation changes will require you to execute a wide range of shots to score successfully. This course is great for professional and advanced players, as well as intermediate players looking to challenge and improve their skill set.
What else is nearby? You can look forward to being just 4 miles from the Chamber’s Bay Trail & Golf Course - The trail head is 3.25 miles round trip and with a nice incline. Chambers Bay Golf Course is one of the top courses in the nation and the first course in the Northwest to welcome the U.S. Open Championships. Their onsite restaurant – The Grill offers a nice weekend brunch and sunset dinners. They also have special events throughout the year like Easter, Mother’s Day & Father’s Day brunch. Check their page for upcoming events.
You can also easily access the Chamber’s Bay Park - open field with picnic tables and the Playground by the Sound - Fenced-in playground helps keep the kiddos from roaming. The equipment is nicely maintained and varied; swings, tunnels, slides and monkey bars. There’s a shaded picnic area on a concrete slab. One table is completely covered and the other is open, plus a few more tables out in the grassy areas. The bathroom is across the field, but is close.
There are also a series of short trails that are located within the Chambers Creek Canyon Trail. All trails are primitive in nature and allow people to experience a true urban forest setting. Watch for our deer and coyotes; they call the canyon home. Future plans call for an extension of this nature trail system, providing improved trail heads and linked trail segments.