Are you looking for an apartment near Mt. Rainier National Park? Britton Place offers a variety of spacious floor plans with upgraded amenities nestled in the heart of the Pacific Northwest’s most loved outdoor recreation area. Our Lacey apartments are situated between Olympia and Tacoma, putting you within easy reach of metropolitan areas but also conveniently located just 90 minutes from Mt. Rainier National Park among other outdoor destinations. At Britton Place, you’ll even enjoy spectacular views of the mountain from your very own home. With this magnificent natural area within easy reach, you’ll never tire of exploring one of Washington’s, and the country’s, most famous parks.
Mt. Rainier National Park was established in March of 1899 as the fifth national park in the country. The park spans more than 236,300 acres and is home to a wide range of wildlife and natural elements including the mountain for which its named as well as valleys, waterfalls, meadows, old-growth forests, and more than 25 glaciers. Approximately 97 percent of the park is preserved as wilderness, with few developed areas including visitor centers and camping sites. Your apartment near Mt. Rainier National Park will be on the west side of the park, putting you at an ideal advantage to enjoy all it has to offer.
In addition to being close to Mt. Rainier National Park, living at Britton Place affords you the luxury of being in between two incredible Washington cities. Olympia, home to more than 51,000, is less than 15 minutes away from our Lacey apartments. In the other direction, Tacoma, the state’s third-largest city is only 35 minutes away. Both of these metropolitan areas are accessible via public transit, making Britton Place an ideal place to call home near everything you need.
From enjoying the outdoor wonder of the Pacific Northwest to being able to take advantage of the state’s urban areas within easy reach, making a Britton Place apartment your new home is an ideal choice.
If you’d like to schedule a tour of an apartment near Mt. Rainier National Park, or learn more about our community, contact us today!