About Pullman

Pullman is seated in a unique landscape, full of rural charm, four distinct seasons, and thousands of acres with outstanding photo opportunities. Bike the 38 miles of paved trails, play a round of golf at one of seven golf courses, or relax on a river cruise. Grab your camera before you go because there are countless opportunities to capture that picture-perfect shot!

There’s lots of stuff for your kids to do, too. Take them bowling at Zeppoz, catch a movie at the cinema, or maybe go flower-picking at Stratton’s cutting garden. There are also multiple public pools in the area as well.

Year Round Fun

Pullman in the Spring

When winter in Pullman is over and the snow has melted, the white landscape soon becomes beautifully green.

Pullman in the Summer

Summertime makes Pullman the ultimate photographer destination with unique timing related to spring growth & harvest.

Pullman in the Fall

As the city takes its first steps into Fall, Pullman becomes vibrant as students return and the leaves on the trees change color to create a picturesque backdrop for our college town.

Pullman in the Winter

During the winter, Pullman still keeps itself warm with all the activity that happens within the city; including football games, holiday celebrations, and a pancake feed!

Popular Activities


From Paradise Path to Steptoe Butte State Park, there are multiple bike trails in the area for you to explore.


The Palouse region is filled with beautiful scenery, both in and out of our local towns. Feel free to stop and take pictures.

Palouse Scenic Byway

The highway corridors in the Palouse are, for the most part, extensions of Native American trails, wagon roads, and railroads that once connected the farms and towns of the Palouse region.


Enjoy the magic of music with The Washington and Idaho Symphony and Palouse Choral Society.

Arts & Culture

For a taste of the local flavor, visit our theatres to watch a play or visit the local landmarks and art museums.


Stop by our local theatres for various plays and movies!


There are multiple Museums scattered throughout the region for you to explore, many of which are on our very own WSU Campus!

Outdoor Recreation

Wander through the Palouse region's numerous hiking trails and nature preserves!