No matter the time of year,
 You’re Always welcome here.

Puyallup rests alongside the Puyallup River, with a beautiful view of Mount Rainier, a 20 min drive to Tacoma and about an hour to Seattle. Many people know of our city by way of the great Washington State Fair in the fall, but rest assured there’s always something happening here. Puyallup is always in season. 

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Current weather in Puyallup, WA
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In case you haven’t caught on yet, There’s a mountain of things to do in Puyallup.

Whether you’re passing through to get to Mount Rainier, visiting to shop, eat, or play, or keeping the traditions alive with your family at the Washington State Fair, there’s plenty to do and discover here in Puyallup. 

Land Acknowledgement

ʔuk’ʷədiid čəł ʔuhigʷəd txʷəl tiiɫ ʔa čəɫ ʔal tə swatxʷixʷtxʷəd ʔə tiiɫ puyaləpabš. ʔa ti dxʷʔa ti swatxʷixʷtxʷəd ʔə tiiɫ puyaləpabš ʔəsɫaɫaɫlil tul’al tudiʔ tuhaʔkʷ. didiʔɫ ʔa həlgʷəʔ ʔal ti sləx̌il. dxʷəsɫaɫlils həlgʷəʔ gʷəl ƛ’uyayus həlgʷəʔ gʷəl ƛ’uƛ’ax̌ʷad həlgʷəʔ tiiɫ bədədəʔs gʷəl tix̌dxʷ həlgʷəʔ tiił ʔiišəds həlgʷəʔ gʷəl ƛ’uʔalalus həlgʷəʔ gʷəl ƛ’utxʷəlšucidəb. x̌ʷəla···b ʔə tiiɫ tuyəl’yəlabs.

We gratefully honor and acknowledge that we rest on the traditional lands of the Puyallup People. The Puyallup people have lived on this land since the beginning of time. They are still here today. They live, work, raise their children, take care of their community, practice their traditional ways and speak the Twulshootseed language – just as their ancestors did.