Features You'll Find:Hover over an icon for more details
- Baseball / Softball
- Football / Rugby
- Bike Rack
- Bike Trail / Biking / Bicycling
- Drinking Fountain
- Parking Stalls
- Parking Stalls / ADA
- Restrooms / Seasonal
- Trail / Soft
BOATING & FISHING
- Boat Launch / Walk Up
BUILDINGS & PICNIC SITES
- Meeting Space
- Picnic / Drop in
- Picnic / Reservable
- Weddings / Rentals
- Lake / Pond
- Natural Areas
- Puget Sound
Open ½ hour before sunrise
Close ½ hour after sunset
8425 6th Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98465
The extensive beach frontage and estuary lagoon serve as the focal point to park visitors. Other site amenities include tennis and basketball courts, playfields, trails, spraygrounds, playgrounds and picnic areas. The historic Titlow Lodge, formerly the Hotel Hesperides, constructed in 1911 is a central feature of the park.
The park is 75 acres
Wondering what the ribbons tied around some of the park's trees mean?
Don't worry - they don't mark trees for cutting. Instead, they're part of a survey of trees, utilities, buildings and more park features. The flags are temporary and will be removed in the next few weeks.
We're conducting the survey to prepare for a public visioning process that will focus on Titlow Park's natural areas and shoreline such as Hidden Beach. We anticipate starting this public process early next year. TitlowParkVision.org (posted 10-6-17)
Come splash, play and cool off! Admission is free. Sprayground Hours
Titlow Park's playground was updated in 2013. Get Play Area Accessibility Info
Nature education opportunities Held at Titlow Park provided by Tacoma Nature Center
Conduct in this Park (Tacoma Municipal Code 8.27)
Tacoma Police Dept. - Emergency call 911. Non-emergency call (253) 798-4721
- Smoking is prohibited within all areas of the park.
- Fires are allowed only in park installed or portable barbecues.
- Feeding or disturbing any bird or animal in the park is prohibited.
- Dogs must be on a leash. Please clean up after your pet.
- Display, possession, or consumption of alcohol is prohibited.
Seals/Sea Lions on the Beach
Do not disturb seals and sea lions - it's the law!
Harbor seals utilize shoreline locations as resting places (haul-outs) for several hours every day to regulate body temperature, interact with other seals and sleep. Seal pups are born in the spring and summer and need time ashore.
Help keep this park clean, green and safe!
Volunteer your time, services and support to enhance this park.
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