Parks & Trails
Our Natural Resources
With over 1,200 acres of parkland and open space, miles of walking and biking trails, a premier regional athletic complex, three indoor public pools and several community buildings, Lacey’s residents and visitors enjoy one of the finest municipal park systems in the state. Complemented by Puget Sound’s pristine Tolmie State Park, the naturally-inspiring 3,700-acre Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, four golf courses and five freshwater lakes, recreation opportunities are virtually unlimited.
Looking for the Restroom?
Most Lacey Parks restrooms are closed October – March.
ADA restrooms at main park locations remain open year-round, during regular park hours from dawn to dusk.
Need a quick guide to local parks, trails, and boat launches? Download a printable parks and facilities map.
Lacey Municipal Parks Map
Lacey’s municipal parklands and open spaces provide many options for your next park visit. Use our interactive visual parks tour map to explore Lacey’s parks system.
Community Buildings & Event Facilities
We operate a number of facilities that provide venues for park events, programs, and classes. Many, including the Lacey Community Center and historic Jacob Smith House, are available to rent for meetings, receptions, and other functions. Visit Community Buildings to learn more.
Reserve a Park Facility or Pool
Whether you’re looking for a well-maintained field for a softball, baseball, football, rugby, or soccer game; a covered picnic facility for a large group; a beautiful location for an outdoor event; or an indoor pool for a private party – our friendly staff is ready to assist. Visit our reservations page to learn more.