Parkland Prairie

Tule Lake Road S. at Yakima Ave. S.
Tacoma, WA 98444
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This 4.5-acre nature preserve is an urban treasure! Clover Creek runs along the south edge of this prairie which features a grove of newly planted Garry Oaks and native plants such as blue camas and Idaho fescue. Nature enthusiasts will enjoy the assortment of 15 different native grass and flower species

Parkland Prairie’s new outdoor classroom and new half mile of ADA-accessible trail allow students across the county to learn about and enjoy nature.  

Park Hours:

Parkland Praire is open dawn to dusk unless otherwise posted. Parking is available along Yakima Avenue.


Reclaiming the Parkland Prairie Nature Preserve

Restoration efforts by the Pierce County Beekeepers Association, Parkland Prairie Advisory Group, Washington Conservation Corps, and community volunteers have improved pollinator and wildlife habitat throughout by removing noxious weeds, installing forage-rich plants to help pollinators, and by creating an accessible and educational environment for the public to enjoy.

Connecting Ecology and Community

Interested in lending a hand, please join us as a volunteer with our
Pitch In For Parks program.

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Reclaiming Parkland Prairie Nature Preserve Project

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Project Contact:

Jessica Stone, Natural Lands Steward
(253) 798-4089 | email