Explore Jubilee in Lacey, Washington

Jubilee in Lacey Washington is a 55+ community designed for adults with active lifestyles. With two award-winning golf courses, miles of trails, and multiple sports courts, Jubilee has a lot to offer no matter what your interests are.

55+ Community

Jubilee is a 55+ community in Lacey, Washington. Amenities include golf on two award winning courses, tennis, basketball, miles of trails for walking, jogging, or bicycling, and a spacious and welcoming club house.


The homes are all single level designs, with multiple floor plans to choose from, separated into cozy neighborhoods. The small neighborhoods are connected by trails, tree-lined streets, and of course by the Links golf course.

For the times when the weather doesn’t encourage you to be outside, or when you choose to enjoy indoor pastimes, Jubilee provides a wonderful private clubhouse where you can meet friends for club activities, cards, a fitness center, indoor pool and spa. The Game Room offers billiards and card tables. There are also a variety of meeting rooms, hobby rooms, and of course a multiple use ballroom tucked within the expansive 26,000 square foot Clubhouse.

Golf at Jubilee

Jubilee boasts two courses: The Links connects the various neighborhoods of Jubilee, while The Woodlands weaves through forests and water features alongside the community. The Links course winds among the homes in Jubilee, affording wonderful views of your favorite sport even when you can’t be out on the course yourself. The second course, The Woodlands, offers another 18 holes winding through old growth forests and offering natural views.

When you prefer other forms of exercise, Jubilee offers tennis, bocce ball, and basketball courts, and a beautiful trail winding down to the private beach access for walking, running, or bicycling.

Read more about the courses on the Golf page.

About Lacey

Mount Rainier seen from Jubilee Lacey, Washington

Pioneer Isaac Wood purchased the land where Lacey now sits in 1852, and with his two sons opened the Union Brewery on Budd Inlet, the first brewery in the territory. The young community was known as Woodland in his honor. Two years after Washington became a state in 1889, the citizens of Woodland applied for their own post office. Their request was denied because there already was a Woodland, Washington, located near the Columbia river. The request was resubmitted under the name Lacey and was approved in 1891.

The name Lacey was a bit of a mystery, although there has been much speculation that is because the justice of the peace in town, Chester O.C. Lacey, was the person submitting the request and he was known to be a creative marketer for his real estate business. There are no clear records of the decision on the name, other than Lacey being submitted as an alternative to Woodland.

Search Homes for Sale

Are you thinking about living in Jubilee? Looking for that perfect home that will let you enjoy the amenities of this dynamic 55+ community? Jump over to Evergreen State Homes to check out all of the homes listed in the Multiple Listing Service for Jubilee in Lacey, Washington.

Jubilee Homes for Sale

Jubilee Rewards

Your Jubilee Rewards card entitles you to specials and discounts at local businesses. The merchants surrounding Jubilee have signed up with Jubilee Rewards to offer specials that help you to feel like a valued friend and neighbor. Read more about the card on the Jubilee Rewards page.

To see more about the specials and the merchants involved in the program, head over to Jubilee Rewards.

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Vashon Glen Neighborhood

While out walking through Jubilee, I happened upon this lovely entrance to the Vashon Glen neighborhood and captured this image before enjoying the chance to sit in the sunshine and enjoy the morning. read more