Sumner_map_webLocated in within the vibrant Puget Sound region of Washington State, Sumner is the sweetest spot on the road between Seattle and Mt. Rainier.

Getting to Sumner

  • Three freeways, Highways 167, 410 and 512, converge in Sumner
  • 26 Sounder commuter trains daily to Seattle, Tacoma with connections via Sound Transit and Amtrak to Portland, Olympia, Everett and points beyond.
  • 20 miles to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 17th busiest airport in the U.S.
“Geographically, Sumner is a great spot, we love it.  It’s close to commerce hubs Seattle and Portland, has excellent access to inbound ports and interstates and has maintained its small town charm,” said Tom Walker, executive vice-president of Costco construction and distribution.  –Daily Journal of Commerce

Close to Everyone

  • 12 miles to Port of Tacoma
  • 35 miles to Port of Seattle
  • 35 miles to Seattle, pop. 668,342
  • 32 miles to Bellevue, pop. 136,426
  • 15 miles to Kent, pop. 125,550
  • 13 miles to Federal Way, pop. 93,425
  • 13 miles to Tacoma, pop. 205,159
  • 16 miles to Lakewood, pop. 59,610
  • 3 miles to Puyallup, pop. 39,105
  • 10 miles to Auburn, pop. 76,347
  • 7 miles to Edgewood, pop. 9,749
  • 4 miles to Bonney Lake, pop. 18,809
  • 12 miles to Tehaleh, under construction now, planned for 9,700 housing units

Plus surrounded by 389,000 people living in unincorporated Pierce County and 22 miles to Joint Base Lewis-McChord

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