Adult Trips and Tours

Our popular trips for adults 50+ offer fun and casual day. Destinations vary from mountains, Puget Sound waters, and overnight destinations. We now offer hiking opportunities and an afternoon of gaming fun to keep you busy with old and new friends.

Trips include admission fees and transportation in a standard passenger van. We will depart from the Lakewood Community Center where you will meet your driver(s). 

Bring money for food or pack your own unless otherwise noted. Overnight trips may be refunded up to 30 days prior to departure. For special requests please call 253-798-4141.

Deadline to register is one week prior to each trip.

2018 Dates: 

UW Seismology Lab & MOHAI Tours

Thursday, January 4
8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Fee: $48+ money for food/memorabilia
Course: #11963 Register Online

We are heading to Seattle for a day of discovery. Our first stop will be the seismology for a tour at the UW campus. Get a brief overview of the Plate Tectonic Theory and how those processes have formed the western margin of North America. After our tour we will stop in for lunch at Shultzy’s Bar and Grill, a true UW landmark restaurant. After lunch we will head over to the Museum of History and Industry. MOHAI is a place to discover and explore your role to help shape our future while not forgetting our past. Price includes trip management, transportation, and group tours.

Northwest Trek

Friday, January 19
8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Fee: $49+ money for food/memorabilia
Course: #11964 Register Online

One of region’s biggest attractions, this 600 acre wildlife park is always an adventure! We’ll see moose, mountain goats, bears, cougars and many more animals while riding the tram and taking in the park on foot. After our tour we will dine at the Northwest Trek Café. Price includes trip management, transportation, and admission.

Whidbey Island: A Day of Adventure

Friday, February 16
6 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Fee: $49+ money for food
Course: #11965  Register Online

A true Northwest icon, one of the largest islands in Washington State extending 55 miles long Whidbey Island has it all from rugged terrain, beaches, hills, and farmlands. We will begin our journey taking the Mukilteo Ferry to the island making our way to various locations from Langley to Coupeville all the way up as we loop around to take in a view from Deception Pass. Our goal is to see and do as much as we can on this great island by exploring and of course taking in a local restaurant where you know the food will never disappoint you. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and ferry.

Whidbey Island: A Day of Adventure

Friday, February 16
6 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Fee: $49+ money for food
Course: #11965  Register Online

A true Northwest icon, one of the largest islands in Washington State extending 55 miles long Whidbey Island has it all from rugged terrain, beaches, hills, and farmlands. We will begin our journey taking the Mukilteo Ferry to the island making our way to various locations from Langley to Coupeville all the way up as we loop around to take in a view from Deception Pass. Our goal is to see and do as much as we can on this great island by exploring and of course taking in a local restaurant where you know the food will never disappoint you. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and ferry.

Lakewood Playhouse presents The Glass Menagerie

Sunday, February 25
11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Fee: $85+ money for food
Course: #11966  Register Online

Join us as we head to the Lakewood Playhouse, the cultural heart of Lakewood established in 1938, to experience Tennessee Williams’ the Glass Menagerie. This five-character memory play by Tennessee Williams premiered in 1944 and catapulted Williams from obscurity to fame. The play has strong autobiographical elements, featuring characters based on Williams himself, his histrionic mother and sister Rose. Before the show, we will eat at Applebee’s; everyone’s favorite neighborhood grill. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and admission.

Ziplining: Skamania Lodge Adventures

Friday, March 16
7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Fee: $125+ money for food
Course: #11967  Register Online

Back by popular demand, we are taking our extreme adventure to Stevenson, Washington for some ziplining fun at Skamania Lodge. Fly suspended by a cable through the moss covered firs of the rain forest canopy. Our tour includes a ride down 7 different lines, the longest one being over 900 feet in length. Experienced guides will lead us through the course, no prior zip experience is necessary. There will be walking on rugged trials and no accessibility for wheelchairs or walkers. After our tour lunch will be at the Big River Grill in Stevenson. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and tour.

Pearson Air Museum & Fort Vancouver Historical Site

Thursday, March 29
8 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Fee: $48+ money for food/memorabilia
Course: #11968  Register Online

At the Pearson Air Museum explore aviation history tied to Person Field and Vancouver Barracks. Objects and artifacts from the National Park Service collections are on loan for an opportunity for us to depict the history of aviation in the Pacific Northwest. Then off to Fort Vancouver, a 19th century fur trading outpost along the Columbia River, which served as the headquarters of the Hudson Bay Company. After our tours, it’s a late lunch at McMeanmins in Vancouver on the Columbia River.  Price includes trip management, transportation and admission.