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Bradley Lake

Puget Sound and Islands


Puget Sound and Islands -- Seattle-Tacoma Area
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1.5 miles of trails


Highest Point: 440 ft.


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Bradley Lake Park in Puyallup has a full suite of amenities including a paved walking trail around the lake. The park is equipped with a large parking area, restrooms, two ballfields, a large picnic shelter, open grassy areas and about 1.5 miles of paved, barrier-free trails. 

From the large parking area, head out on the short connector trail toward the lake. It’s also here that you will find restrooms. You will soon link up with the trail that encircles the lake. For a nice loop, pick a direction and start walking. The entire loop is about one mile long. The northwestern portion of this loop is mostly out in the open, passing by a few gravel trails that go down to the shore. The rest of the loop goes through a forested portion of the park. 

When the weather is nice on the weekends the park can be quite popular and it may be hard to find parking in the lot. You may be able to find street parking nearby, or consider heading here on a weekday to beat the crowds.

Wheelchair Accessibility

A flat and paved trail here loops around the perimeter of the park

Bradley Lake

Map & Directions

Co-ordinates: 47.1629, -122.2864 Open map in new window


Puget Sound and Islands -- Seattle-Tacoma Area

City of Puyallup

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Toilet Information

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Getting There

Bradley Lake is in Puyallup and can be reached from all the major highways in the area. From I-5 (regardless of your direction of travel) take exit 127, then head east on Highway 512 for 8.5 miles. Exit onto Highway 161. At the end of the off-ramp turn right onto 31st Ave SW/Highway 161, then immediately take the first left onto Meridian for 0.1 mile, then turn right onto 31st Ave SE for 0.2 mile. Turn left onto 7th street SE and then immediately turn right into the Bradley Park entrance. If the main lot is full there is another parking lot directly across 7th street from the main entrance.

Take Transit 

Pierce County Route 425 stops right at the park entrance.

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