Located in Thurston County, Lacey is home to more than 42,000 people. Visit the city on a bus rental and charter in Lacey, Washington over the weekend and have a short trip worth remembering.
A bus rental and charter in Lacey, Washington can help you tour the following places:
Take the kids out to Charlie's Safari where they can have their fill climbing and jumping on various bounce structures. Or you might want to visit the Jumping Jacks Family Fun Center or the Marvin Road Golf and Batting Range.
Sample the best wines and spirits at Stottle Winery or at the Madsen Family Cellars. Or you can check out the best restaurants in the city such as Jim Bob's Chuck Wagon, California Tacos, Safura's Mediterranean Cuisine, Curry House, and Ricardo's Restaurant.
There are three golf courses that you can play on in Lacey: the Capitol City Golf Course and the two courses at the Golf Club at Hawks Prairie.
The Long Lake Recreation Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is historically important because it was the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps during the time of the Depression and it remains the only one constructed by the group in the county. It provided recreational opportunities for the area's residents during the time and sports rustic architecture used by the CCC. Then check out the Chamber's Prairie - Ruddell Pioneer Cemetery, which reflects the growth of the city from the time of the earliest settlers, and has some of the most prominent first citizens buried on its grounds, including Urban Hicks, William Parsons and Stephen D. Rudell.
Try your hand at horseback riding at Chastain Mist. Or you can go to Woodland Creek Community Park, where you have 72 acres of space that features barbecue grill and picnic facilities, play equipment and walkways. You can find the Senior Center and the Community Center here as well as the White House. Meanwhile, Avonlea Park has 5.4 acres of space where you can enjoy the picnic facilities, basketball court, open play area and tot lot. Then check out the little league field, soccer field, running track, playground and basketball court at Homann Park. Or you should catch the events at Huntamer Park and get passive recreational activities at Greg J. Cuoio Community Park. McAllister Community Park has 60 acres of undeveloped lands for you to explore and stay in to admire native oak trees, while you can enjoy more of nature at the 74 acres of space at Mullen Road Habitat Reserve.
Play soccer, baseball, softball, tennis, basketball, and sand volleyball at Rainier Vista Community Park, or check out the athletic facilities at Regional Athletic Complex. Or combine nature with sports at Wonderwood Park. If you want to go swimming go to Long Lake Park, where you have 285 feet of waterfront, beach and dock and other facilities. Other parks you can go to include Brooks Park, Civic Plaza, Horizon Pointe Park, Long Lake Park, Pleasant Glade Park, and Thornbury Park.
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