Parks in Pierce County, Washington

There are 26 Parks in Pierce County, Washington, serving a population of 845,193 people in an area of 1,670 square miles. There is 1 Park per 32,507 people, and 1 Park per 64 square miles.

In Washington, Pierce County is ranked 25th of 39 counties in Parks per capita, and 7th of 39 counties in Parks per square mile.

List of Pierce County Parks

Find Pierce County, Washington parks, and general outdoor nature areas.

Alling Park 1134 South 60th Street Tacoma, WA

Baltimore Park 4716 North Baltimore Street Tacoma, WA

Chambers Bay Golf Course & Recreational Park 6320 Grandview Drive West University Place, WA

Crescent Creek Park 3303 Vernhardson Street Gig Harbor, WA

Cutts Island State Park 106th Avenue Court Northwest Gig Harbor, WA

Dash Point Park 1500 Beach Drive Northeast Tacoma, WA

DeCoursey Park 7th Avenue Northwest Puyallup, WA

Dupont Powderworks Park 1775 Bobs Hollow Lane DuPont, WA

Frontier Park 21718 Meridian East Graham, WA

Glacier View Park 285 Fir Avenue North Eatonville, WA

Grayland Park 599 North Meridian Puyallup, WA

Home Park 17220 8th Avenue Kp North Lakebay, WA

Irving Park 1900 South 25th Street Tacoma, WA

Jane Clark Park 4825 North 39th Street Tacoma, WA

Manitou Park 4500 South Grove Place Tacoma, WA

McCarver Park 2301 South J Street Tacoma, WA

North Slope Historic District Park 1015 North 8th Street Tacoma, WA

Oakland Madrona Park 3114 North Madison Street Tacoma, WA

Old Town Park 2350 North 30th Street Tacoma, WA

Optimist Park 1398 North James Street Tacoma, WA

Peoples Park 900 Martin Luther King Junior Way Tacoma, WA

Playground by the Sound 4952 Grandview Drive West University Place, WA

Puget Park 3101 South Proctor Street Tacoma, WA

Rainier View Park 15603 Meade McCumber Road East Sumner, WA

Rainier Woods Park 2610 Cherokee Boulevard Puyallup, WA

Sunset Terrace Park 1902 Seaview Avenue West University Place, WA

About Pierce County Parks

Pierce County Parks are natural or semi-natural open spaces set aside for outdoor recreation, leisure, or preservation in Pierce County, WA. Almost all Parks in Pierce County are public spaces open to the general public, though there are some examples of private Parks. Most Pierce County and local governments have a Parks Department that is responsible for maintaining City Parks, Town Greens, Athletic Parks, and similar open spaces.

You may contact Parks for questions about:
  • Finding a Pierce County Park near you
  • Pierce County Park special events calendar
  • Athletic fields, training facilities, and sports facilities
  • Pierce County Park permits
  • Local, Washington State Parks & National Parks