When you rent an apartment in Federal Way, you'll live in a city surrounded by bio-diverse natural wonders, as well as the more expected, but still fantastic, neighborhood parks and trails.
Step outside of your new Federal Way apartment and travel one mile west of I-5 to the West Hylebos. Hike the nature trails or walk along the boardwalk throughout more than 100 acres of the park's wetlands. You'll see more than a hundred species of birds in the trees and red-legged frogs in the waters. The park's flora includes dozens of species of moss, lichen, fungi, Douglas firs, red cedars and other plant life.
After a visit to the Rhododendron Species Foundation and Botanical Garden, you might start decorating your new Federal Way apartment with fresh flowers. Whether you do or not, this 22-acre garden with more than 10,000 rhododendrons is sure to impress you and any relatives or friends visiting from out of town. The garden showcases 600 of the 1000 species of rhododendrons found across the world.
No matter where in Federal Way your apartment is located, you'll be close to great neighborhood parks and recreational facilities. Celebration Park is one of the larger ones at 83.5 acres and features trails and a huge sports complex. The city's Fourth of July Red, White and Blues Festival is held in Celebration Park. Steel Lake Park has facilities for picnicking, volleyball and more, and the lake is great for swimming, lounging on the beach, canoeing, row boating and paddle boating. In the summer, Steel Lake Park hosts the Summer Sounds Concerts.
We've focused on a few of the many natural aspects of the area, but you'll also find great dining, shopping, education and entertainment in Federal Way. Search fantastic Federal Way apartments for rent today on ApartmentGuide.com.