Explore Tapps Island
Welcome to our beautiful recreational community Tapps Island, nestled on the shores of Lake Tapps, at the foot of Mount Rainier. Our highly rated Golf Course offers stunning views of the lake and mountain, while our families enjoy the many unique amenities Tapps Island has to offer.
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Grass Play Areas & Playground
Swimming Beach & Picnic Areas (also for rent)
Outdoor Heated Pool (Summer Months)
Public Restaurant and Golf Course
Docks and Private Boat Launch
Two Tennis Courts
Four Pickleball Courts
Mini Basketball Court
Private Roads with Bike Lanes
Community Water System
Another successful tourney, led by Paul and Kelly Wilson, was held on Friday, August 9th. We’re excited that over $6,000 was raised! Because of you, and along with matching funds from Tapps Island Association, we are able to continue with drainage improvements to our Golf Course.
THANK YOU to EVERYONE for your generous donations and support!!
Check out some great photos below of this tourney, taken by Janice Thomas.
It is that time of year again, and, although Cascade is putting every available drop of water allowed to us by the state, it may appear in some areas that the reservoir is lower than residents would like. However, we are at elevation 542.25 today, which is still far above the 541.5 foot minimum summer recreational levels. Cascade is taking all the allowable water from the White River that we can and we have crews working 24/7 to do so.
Cascade Water Alliance will be keeping the Lake Tapps Reservoir full through early to mid-October. The reservoir will slowly float down to about 540 feet by the end of October, and remain there through the end of the year. After Dec. 26, however, Cascade will bring the reservoir down quickly to about elevation 535 to 537 feet to allow Pierce County Parks to replace its retaining wall at North Lake Tapps Park. It is expected that this project will be completed by the middle of February, when Cascade will begin its spring refill of the reservoir. Full recreational level should be reached, weather dependent, by April 15 as per agreements with the Lake Tapps Community Council.