Things To Do

No matter your age or interest, there is plenty to do in DuPont. Our rich history can be learned throughout the City. Historical sites and the DuPont Historical Museum offer historic insight to the first area settled in the Puget Sound. DuPont is Washington’s premier golf destination. Home to championship golf course, “The Home Course”, DuPont has much to offer golfers old and young. DuPont offers more than thirteen miles of paved, safe, trails. Our history is told with historic markers and interpretive signs throughout our expansive trail system. Looking for more information on things to do in DuPont? Come to our Visitors Center located at 207 Barksdale Ave. DuPont, WA 98327.

Parks & Business Directory

DuPont has more than 50 acres of developed beautiful, fun and safe parks and more than 500 acres of undeveloped open space. DuPont’s pristine beauty allows visitors to enjoy the splendor of the Puget Sound. After spending the day playing in DuPont, visit one of our many restaurants and enjoy shopping in downtown DuPont.

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Hiking & Biking Trails

DuPont has developed an expansive system of trails connecting many parts of the city.  The system is made up of both paved and unpaved trails, as well as several miles of designated bike lanes.  In addition to these trails, Center Drive and McNeil Street include meandering walkways and multi-use paths that serve both transportation and recreational purposes.  Take a walk, get on your bicycle, and take time to enjoy our community.

Download a map of our trails here.

Historical Sites

 DuPont has a rich history dating back more than 5,000 years. DuPont is home to Hudson's Bay Company Fort Nisqually, the Nisqually Methodist Mission site, the Wilkes Observatory site, a historic Heirloom Orchard, site of the 1904 Buffalo Soldier encampment,  and the historic DuPont Company town.

Learn more about DuPont at our Museum. Download a map of our Historical Sites or our Walk Around Tour guide.