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Puyallup, Washington Map
trail running
1 day ago

If you don't know this park it is extremely easy to take an offshoot that is not the main trail due to no trail markers at all. The main trail itself is decently maintained until the upper part of the loop where the brush badly needs to be cut back. Use the All Trails app with the map and you'll be just fine.

11 days ago

Nicely maintained trails but no map or signs on trails. After an hour of wandering around with kids we left to try somewhere different.

Great, easy paved trail around the lake. Scooter/bike/stroller accessible. Big playground by the parking lot, my kids have a new favorite spot

Five star if you are with family, especially young ones, due to mild grades and loop size. Three star if you are expecting a workout on a bike. Four star average and still enjoy the convenience, scenery, safety and just being outside. On second thought, average rating is 4.5 stars but rounding up to 5 stars is against my personal rules.

Awesome trail. Was hard to find though. Do not fallow map to get there. It's inside Wildwood Spring Park. Once you turn in the part go right. Stay to the right until you get to the last parking area.

We went on a Sunday so the place was packed but it was still a nice walk.


there are actually 30 miles of foothills trail but they are not connected at this time.

for the Puyallup/Orting/South Prairie trail if you start in puyallup you have about ten flat miles. the 500 feet of elevation occurs in the last 5 miles or so. this makes Puyallup my preference for biking or running starting point.

starting in Orting gives access to a parallel natural path but I have not made it that far lately as I have been running so I do not recall how long it is.

Do this one on a weeknight...it's not too busy with cyclists then.

nice and shaded. Great on a hot summer day!

1 month ago

We took our kids to this trail to hide our Puyallup Rocks! It was a nice walk on the paved trail. We will be coming out to this trail to do some running, soon. There is also the option to just enjoy the playground and the big open field with your kids or animals.