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Titlow Park

Puget Sound and Islands > Seattle-Tacoma Area
47.2478, -122.5499 Map & Directions
2.0 miles of trails
Titlow Park at Sunset. Photo by Brittanywanderlust. Full-size image
  • Dogs allowed on leash
  • Good for kids
  • Lakes
  • Coast

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Start out at a historic lodge, then walk along the edge of a lagoon before heading out to the beach. Continue reading

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Hiking Titlow Park

Titlow Park was once a roaring resort that brought visitors from all over for a luxury stay. It closed in the 1920s, and has since become a public park where visitors can take advantage of its many amenities as well as its great nature trails and expansive beach.

Park at the main lot off 6th Ave. and plan your route. The Hidden Beach Loop (1.3 miles) skirts the lagoon, wanders through the forest and finishes out along the beach. The Lagoon Loop (0.75 mile) goes around the edge of the lagoon and returns to the parking area.

Hike Description Written by
Charlie Wakenshaw, WTA Staff

Titlow Park

Map & Directions

Co-ordinates: 47.2478, -122.5499 Open in Google Maps

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WTA Pro Tip: Save a copy of our directions before you leave! App-based driving directions aren't always accurate and data connections may be unreliable as you drive to the trailhead.

Getting There

From Highway 16, take exit 4 for Jackson Ave. toward University Place. Head south on N Jackson Ave. for 0.3 mile, then turn right onto 6th Ave. After a mile on 6th, the parking area and trailhead will be on your right.

Take Transit:

Route 100 stops at the intersection of 6th Ave. and Jackson Ave, 0.7 mile from an alternate trailhead along Hidden Beach Road.

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Puget Sound and Islands > Seattle-Tacoma Area

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