About Federal WayPart of the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area, Federal Way spreads over a series of wooded ridges above Puget Sound. The name is a reference to federally funded SR 99 (formerly Pacific Highway South), built through the area in 1929.
West Hylebos Wetlands Park, 411 S. 348th St., has a 1-mile nature trail that winds through a forest and a bog. Dash Point State Park, 6 miles west of SR 99 on SR 509, has 11 miles of hiking trails and 3,000 feet of Puget Sound shoreline at the base of a wooded bluff.
Visitor Centers Federal Way Chamber of Commerce 31919 1st Ave. S. Suite 202 Federal Way, WA 98003. Phone:(253)838-2605
ShoppingKohl's is an anchor store at The Commons at Federal Way, 1 mile west of I-5 exit 143 at the southeast corner of SR 99 and S. 320th Street.
Things to Do Pacific Bonsai Museum
Federal Way, WA
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31611 Pete von Reichbauer Way S. Federal Way, WA 98003