The South Hill Community Park is a 40-acre site nestled among tall trees and peaceful trails located next to Rogers High School in South Hill Puyallup. The trails are paved and connect to the Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail and Heritage Recreation Center. A large grassy area is available for casual recreation play and soccer programs. There's plenty of free parking next to the children's play structure, picnic tables, and restroom.
Open 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise posted.
In 1983, Pierce County and the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission signed an Interagency Agreement for long-term use of land known as the 'Puyallup 40 Property.' Now, 20 years later, Pierce County and the South Hill community can finally enjoy South Hill Community Park. We are grateful to the men and women who gave their time and energy to help make their wish of a park on South Hill come true.
Pierce County is pleased to dedicate South Hill Community Park to Andy Anderson, Sherri Bails, Roxann Conner, Ken Christensen, Pat Drake, Larry Finnestad, Lu Foxford, Janelle Hooper, George Leonhard, Jim Loren, Bob Schabot, Bill Vanderpas, Chuck Ward, Steve Wendover, and Allan Zulauf.