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The beautiful Pacific Northwest setting of DuPont, Wash., has been drawing people for thousands of years, and modern settlement in the area dates back to 1833, with the establishment of a Hudson's Bay Company trading outpost called Fort Nisqually. Today, the small but bustling city of DuPont retains a distinct historical character and a rugged outdoor charm. Residents drawn to the area by Joint Base Lewis-McChord or attracted by the city's convenient location halfway between Tacoma and Washington state capital Olympia can find homes for rent in any price range and enjoy the natural beauty that's made DuPont a landmark for generations.

Top 3 Things DuPont Renters Need to Know

  • DuPont is adjacent to Joint Base Lewis-McChord, the Defense Department's top West Coast military base, with 40,000 active, Guard and Reserve service members.
  • DuPont began as a company town for E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. in 1906, and today it's listed in the National Register of Historic Places as the only former company town in Washington in which most of the homes maintain historic integrity.
  • Situated within a short drive of Seattle, Olympia and Tacoma, as well as natural sites like Mt. Ranier and Olympic National Forest, DuPont is centrally located in the midst of many of Washington's most important destinations.

Top 3 Resources for DuPont Renters

  • Access public services, parks and recreation information and city updates at the City of DuPont's official website.
  • Keep up to date on area events and learn about local attractions at DuPontWa.com.
  • Follow the happenings and access relocation resources for families at nearby Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Things to Do and Conveniences in DuPont

DuPont is surrounded by natural beauty, and residents will enjoy the outdoor activities at their disposal, whether they're visiting the Puget Sound waterfront, hiking in nearby wilderness areas like the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge or watching for wildlife along Sequalitchew Creek. And, not only are there plenty of drinking and dining opportunities in DuPont itself, but world-class restaurants and entertainment await less than an hour's drive away in Seattle.