Parks, Facilities & Trails
We maintain over 5,271 acres at 44 sites throughout Pierce County, including three recreation centers, a sports complex, an ice rink, a skateboard park, two boat launch sites, two golf courses, trail corridors, a disc golf course, and a large number of passive open space sites through Pierce County’s Conservation Futures system.
Browse Parks & Trails
Learn about county park locations reopening and public guidelines as a result of the Governor's announcement on easing outdoor restrictions during COVID-19.
Read about the 80 acre park and view a list of amenities.
Obtain forest and trail information, as well as directions to the forest.
Read ways to spend the afternoon at the park and find out where the park is located.
Discover this new park and all the features and amenities it has to offer.
Browse a listing of the amenities and facilities at the play field.
Read about the park, lodge and newly remodeled playground.
Discover the Gonyea play field and enjoy a quick ball game or afternoon of play time.
Find your way to the center and all the features and amenities it has to offer.
Obtain information about the center and provided facilities.
Quaint neighborhood playfield in Tacoma.
Enjoy an afternoon with your children at Mayfair Playfield in Pierce County, Washington.
Browse information about the special events at the park, rental opportunities, and obtain directions.
Explore the native wildlife and habitat on this 50-acre preserve.
Read information about the popular swimming and boat launch area.
Parkland Prairie resource conservancy park.
Purdy Sand Spit unimproved waterfront public area that runs along SR 302
View information about the park and BMX track in the park.
Access information about the park at Seeley Lake.
Spend an afternoon in the sun or enjoy a picnic with friends.
Learn about the amenities the park has to offer and view special events hosted here.
Access information about the recreation center.
Discover the system of pedestrian nature trails among the beautiful woods in Bresemann Forest in Tacoma/Spanaway area..
Chambers Creek Regional Park Trails
Enjoy a walk through the many trails at Chambers Creek Regional Park in University Place.
Read current information about the trail and browse the rail-trail history.
Enjoy relaxing trails throughout Frontier Park in Graham.
Naches Trail Preserve
Enjoy unique opportunity to connect with nature as you stroll through the Naches Trail Preserve.
Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail
Visit the memorial trail for Sgt. Nathan Chapman.
South Hill Park Loop Trail
Access information about the trail in South Hill Park in Puyallup.
Seeley Lake Trail
1.3 mile walking trail in the heart of busy urban city of Lakewood.
Access rules, regulations and safety tips for the trails.
Learn the purpose of the plan and access a copy online.
Pierce County Bicycle Map—Identifies shared roadway, bike lanes and existing facilities, both on and off-road.
Tacoma-Pierce County Walking Guide & Map - Great information and details about many local trails, routes, trail features, and walking tips.
Wheeled All-Terrain Vehicles Routes:
Wheeled all-terrain vehicles will be allowed on select roads approximately 52 miles of roadway in East Pierce County starting Jan. 1, 2019. For more information or a map of the approved routes, please visit the Pierce County Planning and Public Works at www.piercecountywa.gov/watv.