Puyallup [pew-al-up] is home to one of the largest State Fairs in the Country. And year-round, the town celebrates its farming roots with festivals and great farm-fresh foods.

Things to do in Puyallup


The Washington State Fairgrounds hosts the Washington State Fair starting Labor Day Weekend, and also the Spring Fair in April. Enjoy a world-famous Fischer Scone and take a ride on one of the nation's few classic wooden rollercoasters. Classic German steins and accordion music take over the city each October for Octoberfest. 

Washingon State Fair in Puyallup, WA

Rooted in American pride

Home to several working farms, Puyallup is a farm-to-table delight. See baby chicks as you tour working farms in Puyallup, or just stop at a local fruit stand to pick up some snacks from the friendly local farmers. Or taste the freshest of ciders in the stunning orchards of the town. 

Puyallup Valley daffodils

Places to eat and drink in Puyallup

Surrounded by farmland, Puyallup is a great place to taste the Northwest flavors. HG Bistro serves up steak and seafood dishes made with locally fresh ingredients.  Wicked Pie in downtown serves wood-fired pizzas in a historic, brick building. Families will love casual but hipster vibe at Trackside Pizza.  If you like to wash down your meal with a local brew, Powerhouse restaurant and brewpub has great wings and a delicious selection craft beers that change weekly.

Doubling down on its agriculture roots, Puyallup business owners give a new spin on farm-to-table. Farm 12, located on the former Van Lierop Farm site local charity.Farm 12 in Puyallup

Top Five


  1. Pioneer Park
  2. Outdoor Art Gallery
  3. Historic Walking Tours
  4. Gardens + Nurseries
  5. Farmers Market

Signature events

  1. Washington State Fair + Spring Fair
  2. Daffodil Festival
  3. Meeker Days
  4. Antiquing
  5. Toy + Geek Fest