City of Puyallup Parks

COVID-19/Coronavirus Update --- OPEN/CLOSURES --- Updated 5/6/2020

 šŸ”¶Updated Closures and Openings

OpenAll City trails, including those located in City Parks; Fishing at Bradley Lake Park is open. Please follow all Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife regulations.

:  Park restrooms, parking lots, sports courts (tennis, basketball, pickleball), baseball fields, dog parks, picnic shelters and the skate park. Only trails may be used. Pioneer Park, Grayland Park and the Puyallup Valley Sports Complex remain closed for all use.

We are asking our citizens to utilize trails close to their home, instead of traveling to them. Further, the trails are open for recreation use only, meaning, no congregating, loitering, or otherwise on any City Trail. Social distancing is still required for anyone using a City of Puyallup Park Trail.

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City of Puyallup Parks

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

Resident vs Non-Resident

To qualify for a resident fee, participants must live within the incorporated city limits of Puyallup. A Puyallup mailing address does not necessarily qualify an individual as a Puyallup resident. To check if you are a resident or non-resident, click on Map.

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 reserve a shelter online. Just click on our  online calendar to see if the shelter you are interested in is available. Click on the calendar option and then select "Facilities" to view the shelter of your choice. If it is available, you can select the time you want and register and pay online. 

Park Usage Agreement

If your rental encompasses the use of a park for your event, you will need to complete and submit a Park Usage Agreement Form