|Our guide to Seattle will help you find the best kid friendly parks in Seattle Washington. Seattle is surrounded by water and mountains, and the city's attraction lies in the stunning views seen from the many vantage points throughout it's several neighborhoods. The awesome height of Mount Rainier is truly appreciated when seen from within the city, as it puts skyscrapers to shame from 200 miles away. These are views which indicate Seattle's easy access to outdoor recreational activities throughout the year. You will find plenty of lodging fitting every description including bed and breakfasts, neighborhood motels, suites, inns and downtown boutique and high-rise hotels. Seattle offers a full range of arts, cultural and sporting events and attractions, and an abundance of shops and restaurants. You will probably wish to sample these in an exploration of its downtown historic district and surrounding neighborhoods. There are tons of great kid friendly parks in the city of Seattle, our city guide will help you find the best kid friendly parks. You may have a hard time deciding what to do in Seattle, but we make your decision easy.
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Kid friendly parks in Seattle
Northgate Park - Seattle, WA
10510 5th Ave NE, (206) 361-0834 - Northgate Park features a children's play area, courtyard, and plaza, and is adjacent to the Northgate Community Center and Northgate Library.
Annie's Playground at Meadowbrook Playfield - Seattle, WA
10533 35th Ave NE, (206) 684-7522 - Annie's Playground was designed and built by the community and opened in Oct 2004. Amenities include swings, slides, monkey bars, climbing structur
Volunteer Park - Seattle, WA
1247 15th Ave E, (206) 684-4555 - Located in Capitol Hill, Volunteer Park is home to the Volunteer Park Conservatory and the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Park amenities include a chi
Bitter Lake Playfield - Seattle, WA
13035 Linden Ave N, (206) 684-7524 - This neighborhood park, located next to the Bitter Lake Community Center, is shady during the summer and often less crowded than other parks in the
Steve Cox Memorial Park - Seattle, WA
1321 SW 102nd St, (206) 296-8687 - Formerly known as White Center Park, Steve Cox Memorial Park was renamed in 2008 to honor of a King County Sheriff's Deputy who was killed in the l
Magnolia Park - Seattle, WA
1461 Magnolia Blvd W, (206) 684-4075 - Magnolia Park is on the Magnolia Bluff with a magnificent view of Puget Sound and many beautiful trees. A great place to picnic.
West Queen Anne Playfield - Seattle, WA
150 W Blaine St, (206) 684-4075 - This six-acre park is across the street from McClure Middle School to the north and Queen Anne Community Center and Pool to the east. Its fenced-in
Paramount School Park - Seattle, WA
15300 8th Ave NE - Shoreline's Paramount Park features a playground, soccer and baseball fields, hiking trails, and a picnic area.
Soundview Playfield - Seattle, WA
1590 NW 90th St, (206) 684-4075 - Small Soundview Playfield opened in June 2003 and boasts two new climbing structures (including one for tots), swings, play equipment, and a kidney
Hamlin Park - Seattle, WA
16006 15th Ave NE, (206) 418-3383 - Woodsy Hamlin Park features a small, somewhat uninteresting playground, picnic areas, hiking trails, and a baseball field. The park hosts frequent
Cal Anderson Park - Seattle, WA
1635 11th Ave - Recently redesigned, Cal Anderson Park includes a fountain, texture pool, and reflecting pool; promenade paths, landscaping, a shelterhouse, plaza,
Richmond Highlands Park - Seattle, WA
16554 Fremont Ave N - Facilities at Richmond Highland Recreation Center and Park include basketball courts, a baseball field, billiard and ping pong tables, and a playgr
Lake Burien School Memorial Park - Seattle, WA
16th Ave SW & SW 148th St, (206) 248-8410 - This 4.6-acre park features a playground, two tennis courts, and a quarter-mile walking track. Beautiful park with walking path, tennis courts, and
Matthews Beach - Seattle, WA
1702 Alki Ave SW, (206) 684-4075 - Matthews Beach is Seattle's largest freshwater bathing beach. 22.00 acres. Features: Basketball hoops, Childrens Play Area, Creek, Restrooms, Trail
Gas Works Park - Seattle, WA
1758 N Northlake Pl, (206) 684-4075 - Gas Works Park has a play area with a large play barn, and big hill popular for flying kites. Special park features include a sundial, and a beauti
Cromwell Park - Seattle, WA
18009 Corliss Ave N, (206) 546-5041 - Shoreline's Cromwell Park houses one of the city's newer and more elaborate playgrounds. It's not the greatest we've seen, by any means, but it kep
Hillwood Park - Seattle, WA
19001 3rd Ave NW - Hillwood Park features a playground and sports fields.
East Queen Anne Playground - Seattle, WA
1912 Warren Ave N, (206) 684-4075 - Hidden in a residential area, East Queen Anne Playground boasts one of the hill's more modern playgrounds. The 1.4-acre park also features a wading
Angle Lake Park - Seattle, WA
19408 International Blvd, (206) 973-4680 - Angle Lake Park is a ten-acre park that features a playground, fishing pier, boat launch, playground, stage, picnic shelter, and barbecue area. Lif
Salmon Bay Park - Seattle, WA
2001 NW Canoe Pl, (206) 684-4075 - Most of the park's area is dedicated to green space. You'll find gentle hills, grassy open space, and mature trees. It's a very pleasant spot for a
Leschi Park - Seattle, WA
201 Lakeside Ave S, (206) 684-4075 - Leschi Park is a well-manicured, rolling hillside of grass planted with exotic trees and gardens of roses. Pathways follow an undulating terrain to
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park - Seattle, WA
2021 NW 190th St, (206) 546-5041 - On the shores of Puget Sound in Shoreline, Washington sits Richmond Beach Saltwater Park. While most visitors just sit in their car and enjoy the s
Jack Block Park - Seattle, WA
2130 Hbr Ave SW, (206) 728-3000 - Jack Block Park is a Port of Seattle park located in West Seattle. The 15-acre park features a walking path, a walking pier, a playground, and view
Richmond Beach Community Park - Seattle, WA
2201 NW 197th St, (206) 684-7534 - The park is set high above the shoreline and offers pretty views of the water.
Ella Bailey Park - Seattle, WA
2601 W Smith St, (206) 684-4075 - Ella Bailey Park was completed in spring 2007 on the site of the former Magnolia Elementary School Playfield. The site features state-of-the-art pl
Alki Playfield - Seattle, WA
2700-2798 59th Ave SW, (206) 684-4075 - Alki Playfield adjoins the Alki Elementary School and Alki Community Center. The park features basketball, a play area accessible to youngsters wit
Kid friendly in Seattle
Magnolia Playfield - Seattle, WA
2518 34th Ave W, (206) 386-4235 - Magnolia Playfield is a 15.26-acre park located just north of the Magnolia Village business district, adjacent the Magnolia Community Center and Mo
View Ridge Park - Seattle, WA
NE 70th St - View Ridge Park is a kid friendly located in Seattle WA.
Kid friendly arboretum / gardens in Seattle
Kubota Garden - Seattle, WA
5199 S Garden Loop Rd, (206) 684-4584 - Kubota Garden is a kid friendly arboretum / garden located in Seattle WA.
Kid friendly recreation in Seattle
Green Lake Park Wading Pool - Seattle, WA
7201 E Green Lake Dr N, (206) 684-7796 - This sprawling kiddie pool features a great view of the lake as well as lots of lawn for lounging and stands of mature trees for shade. It's the pl
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