Parks, Facilities & Trails

We maintain over 5,271 acres at 44 sites throughout Pierce County, including three recreation centers, a sports complex, an ice rink, a skateboard park, two boat launch sites, two golf courses, trail corridors, a disc golf course, and a large number of passive open space sites through Pierce County’s Conservation Futures system.  

alertSafe in the Sun

On hot summer days, please stay safe in the parks! Stay hydrated by bringing water bottles, hats, and sun protection. 

Limit your time and activities outdoors during extreme heat. For more information visit Heat Wave Information.

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Wheeled All-Terrain Vehicles Routes:

Wheeled all-terrain vehicles will be allowed on additional public County roads with a speed limit of 35 miles per hour or less in the south and east sections of unincorporated Pierce County starting Jan. 1, 2021. For more information or a map of the approved routes, please visit Pierce County Planning and Public Works at

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