Pioneer Park Pavilion


Puyallup’s Pioneer Park Pavilion was designed to be a gathering place. Home to the City’s farmers market, the facility is used for dances, concerts, weddings receptions, family reunions and many other community events year-round. The 12,500 square-foot facility has a main multi-purpose area with exposed glulam beams, wood decked roof, and glass overhead doors running along the extent of the north and south walls, which in good weather can be raised to provide an open-air pavilion. The multi-purpose building is flanked at each end with brick clad building elements housing offices, restrooms and chair/table storage. A large steel pipe truss canopy bridges the gap between the multi-purpose building and the eastern brick building which has leasable retail space.