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Orangegate Park

Puget Sound and Islands


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


Highest Point: 400 ft.


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WTA worked here: 2021

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Orangegate Park Is a large greenspace managed by Pierce County Parks. This parcel has a trail network that is still under development. WTA volunteers have worked here to develop these trails. 

Orangegate Park can be thought of in two parts. The northern section is a perfect square, bordered by 4 streets, 84th Street on the north and 80th Street on the south. 

The park continues south of 84th Street into an extensive area that includes a forested portion and an open area on the west side. Running diagonally through this southern portion is a gravel road that follows the Tacoma Water pipeline corridor. 

As of 2021 this natural area is still under development, so expect no amenities and go comfortable navigating these unmapped trails when you visit.


Orangegate Park

Map & Directions

Co-ordinates: 47.1809, -122.3674 Open map in new window


Puget Sound and Islands -- Seattle-Tacoma Area

Pierce County Parks

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Getting There

From I-5 in either direction, take exit 135 signed for Puyallup. Merge onto Highway 167 north and follow it for about 0.5 miles. At this point bear to the right onto Pioneer Way (there is a traffic signal). Follow Pioneer Way for 0.8 miles and make a right onto Waller Rd. Follow Waller Rd for 3.3 miles. Turn left on 84th St and follow for 1 mile. Park along the shoulder on the south side of 84th St.

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