Puyallup is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. From entertainment, hiking, sports, or movies, you can find plenty of things to do in Puyallup. New businesses and developments are constantly expanding especially in the Puyallup South Hill area.
There are so many things to do for fun in Puyallup, you would need to move here to experience all them.
Puyallup Bike Trail
The Puyallup Bike Trail is an actively used area in the community. Individuals can frequently be found walking, running, and biking along the trail that connects to the greater Orting trail. The trail is paved and is enjoyed by many throughout the year.
Summer Farmers Market
The Puyallup Farmers Market begins in April and runs through mid October on Saturdays from 9 am until 2 pm at Pioneer Park and Pavilion. The market offers fresh fruit, produce, baking goods, fresh flowers, homemade items, food trucks, and a plethora of other things for sale. Live music is often playing as one enjoys a lovely afternoon walking through the market.
Langston/Regal Movie Theatres
The Langston and Regal movie theatres are the two main venues to enjoy new movies. They have a large section of new movie releases, and offer a variety of snacks and beverages at the concession stands.
Washington State Fair
Previously known as the “Puyallup Fair” the Washington State Fair holds a fall and spring fair each year. Guests enjoy rides, food, displays, musical performers, animals, exhibitions, and all that the fair has to offer. It is always a greatly anticipated event with the community and the surrounding area.
Bradley Lake Park
Bradley Lake Park is located on South Hill, still conveniently close to downtown Puyallup. The park offers a walking trail around the small lake, a play structure for children, covered structures that groups can reserve for special events, and baseball fields. Throughout the summer, there are “Movie in the Park Evenings” where families and community members gather to enjoy a movie viewing.
The Daffodil Bowling alley is located in downtown Puyallup. It is a family friendly location where friends and family alike meet to go bowling. Inside there is the Rock ‘N Bowl Café, and a small arcade to play games.
The Meeker Mansion is a historical home located in downtown Puyallup. It is a museum and landmark that is intended to share and preserve the history of Puyallup and its connection to the Oregon Trail. Tour admission is: Adults $4, Students and seniors $3 and Children $2.
Northwest Trek is a 723 acre wildlife park that takes visitors on a tram ride to view wildlife and nature. Located in Eatonville, a 30 minute drive from downtown Puyallup, Northwest track is a fun weekend activity for the family.
Nightlife & Bars
For all your after-hour residents, you can check out all the local bars in the area. We have a full list and more information on our Nightlife and Bars page.