Fan information for Mount Si softball at WIAA state tournament

If you are headed to the Mount Si softball games today in Lacey at the state tournament, here’s some information before you go.

Directions
The Regional Athletic Complex is in Lacey, just off I-5 at exit 111. To get there from the Valley, take SR-18 to I-5 and head south to the above mentioned exit. Once there, at the end of the ramp, turn left and head south to Steilacoom Road. At the light, turn left onto Steilacoom, and the entrance to the park will be on your right. Enter the park and at the roundabout, head left to the parking area.

Tickets cost $9 for adults for one day, $15 for both. More information on tickets and the tournament is at the WIAA Fan Link, which is here.

Food
There should be concessions available at the venue, but incase Mount Si wins its first game and there becomes a long layoff to game two and you want to get away from the action briefly, there’s a number of restaurants nearby, including the aforementioned RAM that we brought up in the preview, that will be good options for you if you want a bite to eat. The menu at this RAM is similar to the one that is located in Issaquah, so if you’ve been there and like the food there, you should be good to go.

Cabela’s
As also noted briefly in our preview earlier, there is a big Cabela’s outdoor sporting goods shop nearby across the freeway from the RAC, and it is a destination store attracting visitors from all over the Puget Sound area. Your editor has been in there a couple of times, and if you enjoy the outdoors, it’s a must see. To get there from the RAC, follow Marvin Road north across I-5 to the roundabout for Britton Parkway, and hang a left there. Go west on Britton to Gateway Blvd. NE, and at that roundabout, turn left. Head south on Gateway into the Cabela’s parking lot.

Lodging
The WIAA fan link has a link that will give you information on motels and hotels in the area if you want to spend the night down there.

Rhett Workman

About Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is the editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal. Workman is a veteran sports journalist, having covered Snoqualmie Valley sports for nearly a decade with the Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper before starting up the SVSJ. Workman's coverage has earned the support and respect of Valley coaches, players, parents and fans, and the SVSJ continues the standard of coverage that Workman brought to the Valley Record.
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