Washington Sportsmen’s Show, Jan. 23-27
Western Washington’s only sportsmen’s show spotlights hundreds of exhibitors, the indoor “Steelhead River,” the “Dock Dogs” competition, free how-to seminars, camp cooking, the Kid’s Free Trout Pond, “Head & Horns” competition and much more.
Outdoor fun and adventure for the entire family returns as the 26th annual Washington Sportsmen’s Show sets up camp at the Puyallup Fair and Events Center, January 23-27. Parking is FREE. Fishing, hunting, boating and camping enthusiasts will find a big line-up of attractions, including the one-of a kind indoor “Steelhead River,” “Warm Water Demo Tank,” the “DockDogs” competition, the “Northwest Tour of Big Game Animals” and “Head & Horns” competition, Camp Cooking, the Kid’s Free Trout Pond and much more. Western Washington’s only sportsmen’s show provides showgoers with a one-stop learning opportunity with over 150 free “how to” seminars presented by top experts in multiple theaters. Adair Homes presents the “Home Away From Home Sweepstakes,” inviting showgoers to enter to win a one-bedroom cabin on display at the show. This major Northwest homebuilder is sponsoring the information-packed seminars in the fishing and hunting theaters and will also present “Build Your Adventure Home with Little to No Down.” For more information, go to www.thesportshows.com/wss/.
Location: Puyallup Fair & Events Center
Address: 110 9th Avenue Southwest
Puyallup, WA 98371
Cost: Adults $12; juniors (6-16) $5; children five and under are admitted free.