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Jovita, Washington has a population of 21,968 as compared to 20,215 in 2000. Jovita is located in King County. For those visitors and their families who need a morning cup of coffee or some other refreshing drink before they start their sightseeing journey is the area surrounding Jovita, there is the Castle Perk Espresso, located in nearby Sumner, Washington. This is and quirky and cute little café offers visitors and their families a chocolate milk mocha, blended coffee, or maybe a smoothie. There are many different things for visitors and their families to do and see in the area surrounding Jovita. After their morning pick me up, visitors and their families might enjoy doing some active outdoor sports at the Rustin Way Path, located in nearby Old Tacoma, Washington. This path is paved, flat, and linear which very easy for to travel and has beautiful views of Mount Rainier, sandy beaches, and Commencement Bay. Along the way visitors and their families will find many different places where that can enjoy some walking, biking, inline skating, scuba diving, kayaking, and/or fishing. At the Tacoma Nature Center, visitors and their families can enjoy two mile path through a 70 acre wetlands habitat. Along the way visitors will encounter the peculiar twitter if the wood duck or the honking of Canada geese. They will probably also come across other wildlife such as the blue heron, a raccoon, and/or a red fox.
Visitors and their families can also enjoy the beauty of this area by taking guided trips by joining exciting nature programs. For some additional outdoor family fun, visitors and their families can go to Dash Point State Park. This park offers the opportunity for visitors to go skimboarding, fishing, swimming, bird watching, or flying a kite. There are also 11 miles of biking and hiking trails. This park offers the opportunity for the study of sea life and the beach offers beautiful views of Puget Sound. There is also camping available in this 390 acre park. Visitors and their families can also enjoy some canoeing and kayaking in the Green River. This boulder choked and winding river plunges from 800 feet to 200 feet above sea level before it emerges into a broad valley and flows into Elliott Bay in Seattle. As a result of its proximity to Seattle, the Green River has become one of the most popular river runs in Washington State. The majority of kayaking and canoeing trips start at the Flaming Geyser State Park.