II. National Park Service

Puyallup WA | 2002-2003


Clark’s Creek in Puyallup. Washington is a two-mile long waterway that emerges from underground artesian springs and flows to its confluence with the Puyallup River. Puyallup is a suburban area in the greater Puget Sound region about 30 miles south of Seattle. Local environmental groups are developing a plan for the creation of a greenway corridor along segments of Clark’s Creek.