- The list below includes 166 free or cheap things to do in or near Puyallup, Washington, including 86 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Movie Theaters, Bowling and Children's Play Area.
- From Pioneer Park to Bradley Lake Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Puyallup and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Federal Way, Tacoma, Gig Harbor and Kent.
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Easton Corbin Dancin' in the Dirt Party Seattle MoreLess Info
Country star croons twangy #1 hits such as “A Little More Country Than That” & “Roll With It”
67% 12 votes
1825 Howard Road, Auburn, WA 98002 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1973, the Auburn Skate Connection is an indoor roller skating park with a retro, nostalgic feel. The facility offers roller skating lessons, and is available for birthday party rentals.
100% 7 votes
Military Road & Bresemann Drive, Spanaway, WA 98444 MoreLess Info
The Bresemann Forest Park Trail is a recreational trail that is primarily used for hiking. The trail has a kid's playground that includes slides, swings, and obstacles, and the area also has a few paved trails that can be used for biking.
100% 1 votes
2716 84th St Ct S, Lakewood, WA 98499 MoreLess Info
Ward Lake Park offers a pond with a fishing pier, a playground, a picnic shelter, a trail system and seasonal restrooms. The park's trails encircle the lake and a decent-sized grassy area for picnics or playing outdoor sports.
100% 1 votes
15588 Bressmann Blvd S, Spanaway, WA 98387 MoreLess Info
Located along Spanaway Lake, Spanaway Park is situated on 135 acres and offers two swimming beaches, a fishing pier and a boat launch with boat rentals available. The park has hiking trails, a playground and areas for picnicking.
75% 4 votes
32205 11th Place South, Federal Way, WA 98003 MoreLess Info
Situated on 83.5 acres, Celebration Park features lighted baseball and soccer fields as well as trails that connect to the BPA Trails System. It has areas suitable for picnics, a children's playground and restroom facilities.
96% 188 votes
606 S Fawcett, Tacoma, WA 98402 MoreLess Info
Focusing on independent and culturally significant films, The Grand Cinema strives to enrich the lives of both natives and visitors to the area. Several events are held at the site throughout the year, including a monthly Documentary Week and film discussion panels.
50% 2 votes
918 H St SE, Auburn, WA 98002 MoreLess Info
The historic White River Valley Museum is a small museum that has the goal of preserving and sharing the history of the South King County area. The museum features a Caboose from the year 1924.
50% 2 votes
910 Ninth St. SE, Auburn, WA 98002 MoreLess Info
Home to White River Valley Museum, Les Gove Museum Park features a restored log cabin, turn of the century Main Street and a caboose. The park has a half-mile trail, spray pad, playground, fitness equipment and open grass fields.
81% 58 votes
316 South G St., Tacoma, WA 98405 MoreLess Info
Situated within Wright Park, the W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory offers exotic tropical plants as well as seasonal floral displays. The site is most known for its historic glass conservatory with a distinctive 12-sided central dome.
88% 106 votes
501 South I Street, Tacoma, WA MoreLess Info
Most of Wright Park is focused on a 27-acre arboretum with its collection of over 616 trees. The park also has a large playground, picnic sites, lawn bowling court, and spray grounds that are turned on during the summer.