City of Puyallup Parks

City of Puyallup Parks

For information on picnic shelter and ballfield reservations, call the Puyallup Recreation Center at 253-841-5457.

No Smoking

Please remember that there is no smoking or alcohol allowed in any of the City of Puyallup's parks. (Puyallup Municipal Codes 9.20.195 and 9.20.200)


Interested in renting a picnic shelter? Now you can view an online calendar to see if the shelter you are interested in is available before you fill out the rental application. Click on the calendar option and then select "Facilities" to view the shelter of your choice.
  1. Bradley Lake Park

    The City of Puyallup voters approved a bond issue in 1997 to purchase this 59-acre undeveloped park site which included a 12-acre lake. Located in the center of the city, this park now includes fishing areas, walking trails, a covered picnic area, 2 youth ball fields and an inclusive playground.

  2. Clarks Creek Park (North)

    Clarks Creek Park North is an active area with 4 lighted tennis courts, a lighted softball field, an exercise trail, restrooms, pristine creek and an open play area.

  3. Clarks Creek Park (South)

    Clarks Creek Park South has a covered picnic shelter, playground, restrooms, pristine creek, grass open space, and access to the off-leash dog park.

  4. Community Garden Plots

    The City of Puyallup Parks and Recreation Department administers garden plots that are available for rent.

  5. DeCoursey Park

    DeCoursey community park is situated on over seven acres and includes a pond, two piers, a picnic shelter, restrooms, and a playground. There is no fishing at DeCoursey Park.

  6. Grayland Park

    This three-acre neighborhood park is located adjacent to the Memorial Center. Facilities include a playground, picnic area, and a restroom.

  7. Kiwanis Kids Spray Park in Pioneer Park

    View operating hours and location of the popular Spray Park.

  8. Manorwood Park

    This is a largely undeveloped, five-acre parcel with a storm water retention pond, parking lot, and picnic tables.

  9. Off-Leash Dog Park

    The new off-leash dog park is located between Clarks Creek Park North and Clarks Creek Park South and can be accessed by entering either park.

  10. Pioneer Park

    Located in downtown Puyallup, this two-acre park has a statue of Ezra Meeker (a pioneer citizen), a Veteran's Memorial, tot lot, wading pool, grassy area, benches, and mature trees. This park is located right next to the library. The Pioneer Park pavilion, a large rental facility is now located at the park. The Puyallup Farmers Market is held at this park during the spring and summer months.

  11. Puyallup Riverwalk Trail

    Puyallup's Riverwalk Trail is approximately 5 miles from the westerly city limit and ending at the east Main bridge behind Mama Stortini's Restaurant.

  12. Puyallup Skatepark

    This is a 10,000 sq. ft. skatepark for skateboards, rollerblades, and bicycles. The park includes spectator seating and a restroom.

  13. Puyallup Valley Sports Complex

    This 16-acre multipurpose sports complex is located adjacent to the Puyallup Recreation Center.

  14. Rainier Woods Park

    Just off Shaw Road is this nine-acre neighborhood park with a playground, picnic area, youth softball field, wooded area, and grassy open space.

  15. Sam Peach Park

    View location and hours of Sam Peach Park.

  16. Veterans Park

    Veterans Park is one of the trailheads for the Puyallup Riverwalk Trail. The park has a covered picnic shelter with 4 tables, 3 uncovered picnic tables, and a beautiful wood carving. Limited parking is available.

  17. Wildwood Park

    This park contains 80 lush acres - 55 of which are naturally forested. Other attractions include a playground, two youth ballfields, 12 covered picnic shelters, a day camp facility, exercise trails, several paths, a caretaker's house, and a historic water reservoir.