Two miles away, you’ll find Wapato Park - an urban park featuring a woodland area, a lake, walking trail, plus a historic pergola full of stunning and colorful. Wapato has a number of trails that you can walk to explore the park, including one circling the lake that is approx .9 miles in length and you can’t beat the beautiful setting of the lake and forest. It’s best and most popular feature though is the off leash dog park! The off leash dog area has a smaller area for puppers under 25 pounds, a space for larger pups and an upper dog area for all dogs. The park also provides waste bag stations and garbage bins to help keep the park clean. Water is also available for the pups, there’s a water faucet and bowl.
No longer will you need to travel north to Seattle for delicious dim sum, because a popular Seattle eatery is bringing their family-owned delicious dumplings to us south enders! Harbor City Restaurant is planning to open at the end of October, located at 4816 Pacific Ave. Read more about Harbor City from this Tacoma News Tribune write up!
The Pipeline Trail is a paved trail along the Tacoma Water Pipeline between 72nd St E and 94th Ave E. This trail will connect the existing Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail in South Hill to the recently constructed Pipeline Trail within the City of Tacoma, providing residents with expanded non-motorized commuting and recreational opportunities, supporting healthy active living.
Schools in this district are Lyon Elementary, Stewart Junior High and Lincoln High School.
Commuting north or south? Getting on the highway is a breeze when it’s just minutes away from the I-5 onramp.