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Welcome to Lakewood, WA, Washington’s 15th largest city. Named for all the lakes within a small area and sharing its border with Joint Base Lewis McChord, Lakewood is unique. With over 60,000 residents, the city is a convenient suburb for the military and recognized as a best place to live for young people. As a host community for JBLM, Lakewood has seen much residential growth over the past decade as the Army and Airforce population doubled. Lakewood is home to Fort Steilacoom Park, Thornewood Castle, Western State Hospital, the Lakewood Towne Center Shopping and Lakewold Gardens. The largest lakes in Lakewood are American Lake, Lake Steilacoom, Gravelly Lake, Lake Louise, and Waughop Lake. Sound Transit has made plans to expand a commuter rail station at Lakewood Station where 10 trains will arrive and depart each day.