Titlow Park is a 2.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Tacoma, WA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Easy run, doesn't feel like 2.1 miles. Nice view.
This is a pretty hike along the water
a decent park. not much to do but take in the scenery. the water and its surroundings show a great view of chambers bay
Easy to walk and right by my house.
Pretty short, but a very pretty park. There's a hole in the fence that runs along part of the trail. It's super tempting to climb through and walk on the train tracks, and lots of people still do, but the tracks are very active so be careful! Overall a small and relaxing walk.
it's short trail so i do two loops to somehow compensate, then i spend another hour playing fetch and watching my dogs swim at the beach. there's a spot that is mostly pebbles, not sand, so only people with dogs usually go to that area. there is a sandy beach and it gets a good crowd. there are people laying out, snorkeling and diving. great view. clean. there's a couple of restaurants / bars by the beach.
Lame the park small
There is a 1 mile trail loop down to T.O.A. This is a pretty walk in the day time. Its full of teenagers at night time. To many highschoolers with loud cars and booze at night. Beautiful dock in the day time. The lake is gross.