Woodland Creek


In the southeast section of Woodland Creek Community Park. Walking trails cross the area, which also serves as an unofficial off-leash dog park. The woods are cleared, with old stumps, undergrowth, and remaining trees as obstacles. Distance is a virtue for field hole #s 1 and 9, while precision is key for the balance of the course. Course is well-maintained and litter is rare. Driving range with three baskets is co-located in the park, the only course in Washington. “Tossed and Found” box is adjacent to the first tee and getting lost discs back is a priority. Course is easy to follow, with four holes out and five back to Tee 1. Multiple basket locations that get change monthly keep the course fresh. Maintained by the SPSDGA and the Lacey Parks department. The 72-acre park also has picnic shelters, restrooms, Long's Pond, a playground, Lacey Community Center and Lacey Senior Center