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Wildwood Park in Puyallup

Wildwood Park contains 80 lush acres, 55 of which are naturally forested. Located in South Hill, this park offers a private atmosphere and escape from the suburbs. There is plenty of space to spread out and explore the grounds. Read below to learn what amenities this park offers and plan your trip to Wildwood Park! With so many things to do in the community, this park should make the list.

Woodland Park Puyallup

Playground Your kids will love playing on the toy structures surrounded by lush greenery. There are two play structures and a small creek that runs along the side. If your kids like to climb and splash around, they will have fun getting down in the dirt. The main playground at this park is mother nature. Your kids can enjoy exploring plant life, small creatures, and feeling like they are junior explorers.

Ballfields and Picnic Shelters There are two baseball fields used by youth league teams, friendly games, fastpitch, and more. There is parking near the field, and the restrooms are located nearby. Picnic Shelters are also a feature of this park.  The calm and quiet environment of the park is ideal for hosting an event. People use the shelters for BBQs, birthday parties, retirement celebrations, and more. For information on picnic shelter and ball field reservations, call the Puyallup Recreation Center at 253-841-5457.


Exercise Trails The Jim Martinson Exercise Trail is a 0.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and is accessible year-round. If you are looking for a  workout, a few loops of this trail is a good physical challenge. Dogs can use this trail but must be kept on a leash. Along with the exercise trail, walking paths run through the park used by walkers, runners, and bikers. Wildwood Park is at 1101 23rd Ave. E Puyallup, WA 98373

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