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Hop into a Bus Charter in Puyallup, Washington and Experience the City

A city in Pierce County, Puyallup is home to more than 37,000 people. Discover the city's best attractions with a bus charter in Puyallup, Washington.

A bus charter in Puyallup, Washington can help you tour the following sites:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Play at the Daffodil Bowl or at Mike ‘N’ Terry’s Outdoor Fun Park.

Arts & Culture

Visit the Arts Downtown Puyallup's Outdoor Gallery, where you can see more than four dozen pieces. These works are open for viewing for free. Or you can listen to the Northwest Sinfonietta where you can experience the best live classical music in the city. You should also visit the Karshner Museum and Center for Culture and Arts, where you can learn more about the diverse cultures in the world. You should also join the Puyallup Downtown Walking Art Tour.

Restaurants & Shopping

If you want to go shopping, check out the Main Street where you have several retailers and restaurants that you can patronize. The area also serves as host to several events, including Meeker Days, the Santa Parade, Celtic Fair, and the Puyallup Farmer's Market. If you love preloved items, check out the Puyallup Antique District.

Then check out the South Hill Mall, where you have more than 100 stores and services in more than a million sq. ft. of space. It is anchored by JCPenney, Macy's, Old Navy, Target, Dick's Sporting Goods, and Sears.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play at any of the three nine-hole courses at Lipoma Firs Golf Course. Or you might want to go to Linden Golf & Country Club, which has a nine-hole course with more than 3,000 yards at the longest tees. The course has a par of 36, 34.9 rating, and 125 slope rating. The course was designed by William H. Tucker and opened in the 1920s.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are four sites in the city that are on the National Register of Historic Places. The Christ Episcopal Church was built in the 1920s and has Tudor style architecture. Meanwhile, the Ezra Meeker Mansion was built in the 1880s and has Victorian architecture and features imported fireplaces, stained glass windows, rare woods and stained glass windows. Two other nationally registered historic sites are J. H. Lotz House and Puyallup Fish Hatchery.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Visit the city's parks for a great time outdoors. You can have a picnic, play sports, get fit or simple enjoy the shade of majestic trees. Visit Bradley Lake Park, where you have 59 acres of space that includes the lake, picnic shelter, playground, trails, open spaces, and ball fields. Or go to Clarks Creek Park where you can play tennis and softball, as well as exercise and have a picnic. Meanwhile, DeCoursey Park has a pond, piers, picnic shelter and playground.

Then you have Rainer Woods Park where you can play basketball and baseball while the kids play at the playground. The Puyallup Valley Sports Complex has 16 acres of space that includes baseball and softball fields, soccer field, play structures, and trails. Other parks in the city you could visit include Wildwood Park, Sam Peach Park, Kiwanis Kids Spray Park in Pioneer Park, and Grayland Park.

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