Homes for Sale in Jubilee at Hawks Prairie – Lacey, WA

Birch & Cedar Realty Group are experts on Selling or Buying a home in Jubilee at Hawks Prairie, Lacey, WA. See available Lacey, Washington home listings below and reach out to us for questions or to see a property in person.

If you’re looking for a home in Jubilee in Hawks Prairie Lacey Washington, check out the currently available listings on the market below OR reach out to us for listings coming on the market soon.

Homes For Sale In Jubilee in Hawks Prairie Lacey, Washington

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Why Lacey, Washington?

Originally named Woodland, the town changed names to Lacey when they attempted to get a local Post Office and were denied because there was already a Woodland in Washington. So they settled on Lacey, most likely named after O. C. Lacey. Lacey Post Office was accepted and eventually the remainder of the town transitioned from Woodland to Lacey, as well.

The city of Lacey was not officially incorporated until 1966. While it began small, it’s distance to Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Olympia and even Tacoma, enticed many to settle here. Lacey’s business friendly infrastructure continues to bring businesses.

Lacey sits to the east of Olympia and north of Tumwater. It has one of the most amazing parks systems in the state, including miles of walking, hiking and biking trails, 5 freshwater lakes, access to saltwater and Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, along with 1,200 acres of park land and open space. Lacey also has the Premier Regional Athletic Complex.

With all the outdoor access, there are still plenty more to do with special events throughout the year. May has Lacey’s Spring Fun Fair, Lacey Firework Spectacular in July, Lacey In Tune Summer Concerts, Lacey Lighted Vehicle Parade in December and many, many more!


Let’s talk about just a few of Lacey’s amazing parks! Over 1,200 acres of municipal parkland and open space, a premier regional athletic complex, 3 indoor pools and several community buildings.

Long Lake Park has 285 feet of beach frontage and an entrance surrounded by 10 heavily-wooded acres . The park as one of the finest swimming beaches in Thurston County. With a sand volleyball court, picnic facilities, grills, pedestrian trails, parking and restrooms onsite.

Huntamer Park is a park downtown that hosts many of the outdoor events throughout the year. These include Lacey In Tune Summer Concert Series, S.T.E.M. Fair, Outdoor Cinema Series, the Lighting of the Christmas Tree and the Lighted Vehicle Parade, and many more. There are picnic tables, benches along with an open area perfect that is perfect for picnics.

The Rainier Vista Community Park hosts soccer fields, baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, pickleball courts, sand volleyball, basketball courts paved walking paths and a skate park for the beginner and intermediate skill levels. There are covered picnic areas, picnic tables, and restrooms.

Let’s talk about Lacey’s Regional Athletic Complex. This facility has 5 softball / baseball / fastpitch fields and 6 regulation-size soccer / football / rugby fields. Enjoy spending your time there watching a sports event or check out the picnic tables and outdoor event facilities, playgrounds, concession stands, restrooms and much more. In addition, the complex boasts two miles of natural surface trails and paved walking trails.

If you are looking for something a little more low key, be sure to check out Lake Lois Park. With paved parking, an accessible picnic table, benches, and a barbeque grill you’ll find the bank fishing and short natural trail along the shoreline more serene.

There is something to see during every season of the year at Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge was established in 1974 located where the freshwater Nisqually River flows into the Puget Sound provides access to trails year round sunrise to sunset showcasing beautiful habitats that include salt marsh, marine waters, riparian forest, freshwater wetlands, grassland and upland forest . The refuge is significant as it is part of the Pacific Flyaway, which provides a staging area, sanctuary and migration stopover for these migratory birds. It’s also key for salmon as the refuge provides migration and rearing habitat.


If you are looking for walking and biking trails in the area Lacey has those too!

I-5 Park and Trail is a 3 mile paved urban train and small urban greenspace for pedestrians and bicyclists that runs parallel to I-5. it connects the satellite State Capitol campus in Lacey to the main campus in Olympia.

Karen Fraser Woodland Trail is a 2.2 mile of paved trail for pedestrians and bicyclists that runs through the center of downtown Lacey. It connects Woodland Creek Community Park on the east end of the trail to the Chehalis Western Trail and continues on to the Olympia Karen Fraser Woodland Trails at the west end. You can stop about midway on the trail at the Lacey Depot for a picnic and to play on the train-themed playground.

William Ives Trail is a 1.5 mile natural surface walking trail through a forested nature preserve with fairway views of the Woodlands Golf Course at the Golf Club at Hawks Prairie. Named after William Ives, a land surveyor who ran the Willamette Meridian which runs due north from Portland, Oregon through Thurston County to the Puget Sound at Nisqually Reach.

We have helped some special families buy and sell in the Lacey area, and we are ready to help you too! If you are thinking about relocating to Lacey or need to sell your home, put our experience to work for you and hire the best real estate team to help you navigate the process!

Why work with Birch & Cedar Realty Group to find homes for sale in Olympia Washington?

Birch & Cedar Realty Group is backed by a brokerage with decades of experience. Not only that, but we live and work in the Olympia area and have a deep love for all that Olympia has to offer. It’s a natural fit for us to help those buying or selling real estate here, because we can’t help but share our love for the area. We know the ins and the outs of Olympia and the neighborhoods where the best deals are found and more. Looking to sell your Olympia home? Great! We’ll help you get top dollar and sell fast with our vast network and marketing systems.

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