Pullman In the Spring

When winter in Pullman has ended and the snow has melted, the white landscape soon becomes beautifully green. Even though a slight chill might remain in the air, the weather warms up and switches to a beautiful Spring.  This is an excellent time to step out of the house and see what Pullman and the Palouse area has to offer!

As the temperature warms it, it allows for all kinds of outdoor activities to start up again.  Pullman and its surrounding cities have many parks and other places of interest to visit that the entire family can enjoy for a great getaway!

Trails in & Near Pullman

Speaking of trails, the Bill Chipman Trail runs from Pullman to Moscow, and there are lots of other trails in the area that are definitely worth exploring this springtime as well:

Sweets & Treats

Treat yourself to a sweet breakfast at Roost or indulge in a delicious cupcake at Sweet Mutiny. If you are looking for vegan or gluten free options, then Sugar Babe Bakery’s got you covered, and Dom’s donuts makes your donuts after you place your order, ensuring that your donuts are always fresh.

Golf Courses in Pullman

If you’re interested in golfing, and the weather permits it, then head to one of the many golf courses that are near Pullman including:

Family' Weekend

One big event in early to mid-April is the WSU Family Weekend! Family Weekend is a time for parents & other family members to drive down to Pullman and spend time with their kids, and features performances by musicians & comedians, sports, an arts & crafts fair, and other great activities!

The Spring Arts and Crafts Fair brings thousands of visitors into Pullman at Beasley Coliseum. It occurs during the Spring Family Weekend at WSU, where there will be a variety of handmade goods and places to shop all assembled in one place.

Graduation & Commencement

Chances are, you might be in Pullman to see the Washington State University commencement ceremony, normally held at Beasley Coliseum. Commencement also happens one week later for the graduate students at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. These events usually happen at the beginning or middle of May, and the hotels in the Palouse area book up quickly, so plan accordingly.