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Why Live Here?
Make River Trail Apartments Your Home! River Trail is in the perfect downtown Puyallup location! Pioneer, DeCoursey, Clark's Creek and Riverside, Grayland and Wildwood are all amazing parks within a 4 mile radius. We are also right along the 5 mile Riverwalk Path that starts at the Western city limits and ends at the East Main Bridge. We are less than a mile from the city of Sumner that has a lot of historic attractions including the Old Cannery, antique shops and Spooner Farms. River Trail offers open floor plans for one and two bedroom apartment homes with nine foot ceilings. Our apartment homes are newly renovated and feature vinyl plank flooring, stainless steel appliance, faux granite countertops, updated kitchen features and so much more. Each apartment includes ceiling fans, garden soaking tub, name brand energy efficient appliances that includes a full size washer and dryer, built in microwave, dishwasher and ice maker. Our community features a 24-hour fitness center, DVD li...
Amenities
  • Transportation
  • Contemporarary Countertops
  • Lush Landscaping
  • Monthly Resident Activities
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Updated Lighting
Building Information
  • Built: 2005
  • Units: 450

 

About Puyallup, WA


Puyallup—meaning “the generous people”—is a historic community of just under 40,000 people nestled in a verdant valley that provides breath-taking views of Mount Rainier from almost everyone’s front doorstep. In Puyallup, being able to enjoy the perks of the open spaces does not mean compromising access to metropolitan areas. Puyallup residents can easily travel to Washington’s major cities because it is located just 35 miles south of Seattle and 20 miles north of the State’s capital, Olympia.