4.5Rocky Reach Discovery Center(95 reviews) - Dam Good Day @ Ricky Reach! Thursday: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM Spent 2-3 hours Science Museums • Parks • Dams • Children's Museums • Playgrounds
Stories, games, history, art! Chelan County PUD’s all-new Discovery Center at Rocky Reach Dam is a whole new way to experience the Columbia River. We are open year-round, Tuesday - Sunday, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Join us for free, hands-on exhibits and edu-tainment. Fun for all ages!See more..
4.5Bradley Lake Park(79 reviews) - Young kid + pet friendly! Biking Trails • Parks • Playgrounds
This park was very well maintained with plenty of benches and picnic tables. There were 2 play areas: one for big kids & one for littler kids. There were walking/biking trails and the lake area had a small dock for the kids to check out. We’d definitely go back & recommend if you’re in the area!See more..
Here’s the answer you’ve been looking for. Anyone over 42” can ride as a passenger. The taller, the more stuff you can do. Rooster tailing thru a puddle on the go kart track is a must do on a warm rainy day in August. See more..
We brought some friends and family to the bothell location for some fun to celebrate a birthday. The front desk staff was over the top nice and accommodating. Nate, Liam and Evan were patient and went above and beyond to meet our party of 11’s needs on a busy Saturday! It was nice to get pre COVID excellent service again! Highly recommend.See more..
4.5Enchantment Park(49 reviews) - Best free place to sled when it snows Spent 1-2 hours Parks • Hiking Trails • Playgrounds
In the winter the baseball fields are closed and the natural bowl becomes a great place for sledding. Extreme sledders will find the upper bowl in front of the Worldmark resort a blast. Those looking for something tamer will find a lower bowl closer to the river.See more..
3.5Chief Timothy Park(31 reviews) - Camping ⛺️ Thursday: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM Spent More than 3 hours Parks • Playgrounds
Chief Timothy Park sits on a 282-acre island on Lower Granite Lake in the Snake River. The Park is known as the gateway to Hells Canyon Recreation Area, the deepest river gorge in North America and an area of striking scenery, abundant cultural history and outdoor adventure.See more..
A beautiful Columbia River walk. Sandy beaches, grass, perfect for picnics. Covered picnic area. Dog and child-friendly. As with any park near a city, watch for broken glass, etc. Bathroom is pretty basic, cold water. Near a marina and RV park. A good place to sit and watch ships. Some pretty trees and flowers (seasonal) and plenty of open space.See more..
A beautiful stroll along the Puget Sound. Plenty of beach to walk along, lots of birds. Great year round...there's never bad weather, just improper gear. A nice reprieve from the hustle of the city.See more..
Decided to get out of the house today, and the kids voted to go somewhere with a beach. We hadn’t yet visited Sunnyside Beach, so we opted to check it out this morning. So glad we did and highly impressed! Such a beautiful area, great views, and a clean and friendly park with lots for kids to explore! Finding a beach with sandy spots and not just rocks was another huge bonus. Playground area was great, there were lots of picnic tables and benches for seating, bathrooms were extremely clean, drinking fountains were working, and there were showers past the sand volleyball court to rinse yourself off. When there’s not much open due to COVID, it is so nice to find a relaxing place to hang out. Parking is $5 cash (bring exact change). See more..
4.5Fort Borst Park(16 reviews) - Excellent Place Spent 2-3 hours Parks • Playgrounds
We held a family reunion for 60 relatives at Fort Borst Park and the event came off beautifully. We were worried about rain, so we rented Kitchen Shelter #1, which is large and spacious, as well as well outfitted with chairs and tables. The grounds are shaded and well cared for. The staff at City Hall who manage the facility were helpful and efficient. This is an excellent place for a large event.See more..
The park is well maintained. It has a boat ramp, skate park, basketball, tennis, and volley courts, rest rooms, and small playground, in addition to pavilions and picnic tables. There is a small putting green course too. The highlight is the beach right on the lake. Parking is paid if the machine is working.See more..
The Lions have outdone themselves with this little space. It borders the Skagit River and offers children a safe/fun place to play, while adults can relax and take in the gorgeous riverside landscape. Public restrooms, walkway into town, and a great stop off en route to points north.See more..
3.0Haines Wharf Park(10 reviews) - Nice little neighborhood park Spent 2-3 hours Parks • Playgrounds
This park is built into the steep hillside but is ADA compliant although the trail up from the parking area is steep. There are swings and a small play structure as well as a big slide and rocks to climb on. The view of the old Haines Wharf pier and building is nice enough but it has been vacant for many years and parts of the pier have collapsed. No idea if the city plans to do anything, it would make a great fishing pier if rebuilt.See more..
The kids could have played here all day and there was nice shade for the parents to sit in. Splash pad right next to it looked fun too. See more..
4.5Kiwanis Park(9 reviews) - Best Kids' Playground and More... Parks • Playgrounds
I take my dog here. I take my grand-kids here. I take visitors here. This waterfront park has a huge parking lot and boat ramp, large grassy fields, covered picnic areas, rest-rooms, and hands-down the best playground ever. (I like to play there) On top of all that, there is a cute little grocery/deli/coffee place right across the street.See more..
4.5Kiwanis Park(7 reviews) - Great place to bring the kids to play Parks • Playgrounds The playground is well maintained and close to walking trails. There are undercover areas and benches to sit on. The spray park is always a hit when I bring the kids to play. Also a fun spot for a small picnic or bbq with the kids.See more..
3.0Jump and Bounce(6 reviews) - When the kids need to run off some energy Spent 1-2 hours Playgrounds
We have been to Jump and Bounce many times with our grandkids. It is a large indoor amusement park with lots of bounce toys. The kids can run and climb and jump to their hearts content. It is pretty safe, just have to watch for times when it is over-crowded.See more..
4.5Sarg Hubbard Park(6 reviews) - Nice and Relaxing Thursday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM Spent More than 3 hours Biking Trails • Parks • Playgrounds
Went to park for a walk. It is very clean. It is easy to locate. Grounds were in great shape. Views are absolutely breathtaking.See more..
My wife and I drove to the park and we had a wonderful time walking around a viewing the various sights. We saw picnics taking place, people in the water of Silver Lake, a children's playground, and hiking trails. The parking lot was almost full, and there are plenty of parking spaces available.See more..
4.0Horizon View Park(5 reviews) - Open space Spent 1-2 hours Parks • Playgrounds ... and a good walk around the reservoir, ...and may be even a view... and lots of parking, so enjoy !!See more..
4.0Issac Evans Park(5 reviews) - peaceful Spent < 1 hour Bodies of Water • Nature & Wildlife Areas • Playgrounds
great little park that hardly anyone knows about. nice trails to walk to the river. very quiet. kids and dog love it.See more..
Veterans Memorial Park is distinctive for its Veterans Memorial structure, a contemplative mural that reflects the contribution of our armed forces, and some relics sprinkled throughout the park worthy of photo ops. There is also a play area.See more..
5.0Ebright Creek Park(4 reviews) - Unusual natural park Spent 2-3 hours Parks • Playgrounds
The layout of Ebright Creek Park is unique i n Sammamish, with a boardwalk leading back to the more active play areas. Along the way there are educational signs, telling you what you are seeing as you walk, and reminding us that it is a wetland which must be protected. It is enjoyable for people of all ages, and is handicap-accessible for the most part.See more..
4.0Rhododendron Park(4 reviews) - Beautiful year round Spent 1-2 hours Parks • Playgrounds
This is a beautiful park even when flowers are not in bloom. There are large wonderful trees in a pastoral setting. The history of the park is fascinating. I remember this when it was a nursery and really impressive. See more..
4.5Roegner Park(4 reviews) - Deceptively Large Walking Park Thursday: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM Spent 1-2 hours Bodies of Water • Parks • Playgrounds
Roegner Park is deceptively large. It's frankly more of a trail way point than a conventional park, but it's still got a playground, picnic shelter, and several tables and benches along the White River. It connects to the White River trail, accordingly, and the Boulder Creek (?) trail from there, giving you a very large area to have a gentle hike from. Small parking lot, bathrooms are currently closed due to COVID-19.See more..
4.5Brannan Park(4 reviews) - Great City Park and Sports Facility Spent 1-2 hours Parks • Playgrounds
This city park offers a playground for kids as well as several baseball and soccer fields. The Green River multi-use trail also runs through the park and to the north, offering a great, level trail for walkers and bikers.See more..
5.0Rotary Park(4 reviews) - Awesome Park Parks • Playgrounds
Awesome park in a fun part of town. Clean area and a B-ball court with a frisbee park and other cool features.See more..
5.0Loyalty Park(3 reviews) - Loyaliy Park Parks • Playgrounds Great park for families. The kids really like the zip line. The soft matting under the equipment is wonderful.See more..
Across the street from the Tru by Hilton in Spokane Valley is one of the nicest playgrounds in the area. Our kids loved it. From the splash pad to the fossil maze, to the picnic plaza, and even a sensory garden, it had everything to keep our kids entertained and it's FREE.See more..
3.5Bicentennial Park(3 reviews) - A smaller size park in Tukwila - 3.75 circles Parks • Playgrounds
Bicentennial Park is located adjacent to Green River and is walking distance close to Southcenter Mall and many restaurants are in the area close by. There are summer music concerts which are presented here and it is available for reservations of up to 25 people. There is a log cabin which was built by volunteers in 1976, serving as a tribute to our nation’s pioneer roots. The amenities include a bbq grill shelter and some picnic tables, a playground area and associated equipment, restrooms, and walking path which goes north south along the trail.See more..
4.5Chestnut Ridge Park(3 reviews) - 3. 5 circles for a nice little park in the Kent & Renton area. Spent 1-2 hours Parks • Playgrounds
Chestnut Ridge is a very nice park in the south of Renton area and north of Kent. It is near an elementary school next door and located primarily in a residential kind of area but has a great view looking towards SeaTac airport and you can watch planes land as well. It features a really nice playground, covered barbecue and picnic tables area, bathrooms and a drinking fountain, trash cans, a walking and jogging track which goes around the park area and as well there is plenty of room for sunbathing or flying a frisbee or throwing the football around. Though it isn't really big it is very nice and well taken care of and I would come here again for sure for a picnic or just for some relaxation time.See more..
4.5Boulevard Lane Park(3 reviews) - Pretty little park Spent 1-2 hours Nature & Wildlife Areas • Parks • Playgrounds
I spent about an hour here on a very wet day and found the wetlands portion of the park to be very scenic. The park is tucked away at the end of a residential neighborhood and parking is limited but it is a nice park.See more..
5.0Edmonds City Park(3 reviews) - Rotary Club Picnick Spent 1-2 hours Parks • Playgrounds
Wonder full place for a pick nick and had no idea it was there,till our 2 local Rotary Chapter had a joint meeting See more..
4.5Walter E. Hall Park(3 reviews) - Very well maintained Golf Course Spent < 1 hour Parks • Playgrounds
This golf course fairways and greens are well maintained and cared for. The pro shop is well stocked, attendants friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. The restaurant has a wide selection of food and beverages to choose from.See more..
4.5Wonderwood Park(2 reviews) - Nice park Parks • Playgrounds Wonderwood is a great park in the middle of residential Lacey. Lots of parking, baseball fields, tennis courts, trail, playgrounds, bathrooms, picnic shelters, bathrooms. The city does a great job keeping the park clean. Had a problem with druggies but they did a good job getting rid of them. Our granddaughter loves going there to play on the toys.See more..
4.0Spruce Neighborhood Park(2 reviews) - A little gem in the neighborhood Spent < 1 hour Parks • Hiking Trails • Playgrounds
This is a lovely little park that has it all. Spruce Park is located in northeast Lynnwood. Approximately half of the site remains forested with the remainder developed for active recreational use. Features Play Structure (ages 5-12) Tot Lot (Ages 2-4) Basketball Court Large Grass Play Area Picnic Facilities Walking Trail (0.4-Mile) Nature Trail Forested Areas Restrooms Parking There is an interesting art sculpture along side of the basketball area bench called "Strategies" by artist, Wendy Reed. It is a Bronze Bas-Relief style art piece.See more..
This is a nice little neighborhood park. It has ample parking and is mostly ADA compliant. There are restrooms and a water fountain. Meadowdale Park is located in Lynnwood’s north Meadowdale neighborhood. This neighborhood park, developed in 2002, combines active recreational development with environmental conservation to preserve the natural beauty of the site. Second growth tree stands are protected, native plantings replace invasive species to enhance wildlife habitat, indigenous boulders and timbers are preserved in the landscape and were used in construction of the restroom building and the public art. Features Play Structure (ages 5-12) Tot Lot (ages 2-4) Swings Cable Glider Basketball Key Picnic Areas Climbing Swale Sand Pit Grass Play Areas Walking Trails (0.42-mile) Forested Areas with Nature Trails Picnic Shelter Restrooms ParkingSee more..
Evergreen Rotary Park is located by the water in downtown Bremerton. It has lots of grass and trees, walking paths, benches and picnic tables. It is a good place to walk, relax, take pictures, and visit a 911 Memorial. During the summer, you can also catch a farmers market on Thursday evenings. If you have boat or kayak, There is a dock and waterfront access. This is also one of my favorite places to go take photographs.See more..
4.5Hauge Homestead Park(2 reviews) - Small but nice Spent < 1 hour Bodies of Water • Parks • Playgrounds
Although Hauge Homestead Park is a smaller park than some, it is right beside a home development and has some children's play equipment & restrooms that are open for public use. It connects to two other larger parks and is right by Silver LakeSee more..
4.0Lion's Park(2 reviews) - What a view!! Spent 1-2 hours Biking Trails • Parks • Playgrounds
Nice walking path (about a mile) that winds around the park and along the waterfront. Multiple restrooms, a really nice playground with a cool zip line-type of ride thing. A beach with little crabs hiding under the rocks, softball fields, tennis courts above, picnic tables, a fair amount of parking. This is a really nice park. See more..
5.0Fullbright Park(1 review) - Great park Spent 2-3 hours Parks • Playgrounds
Fullbright Park is a 60 acre park with a Disc Golf Course, covered shelters, picnic sites, a concert stage, a playground area and an electronic remote control airplane flight area. The park is adjacent to the popular Central Washington Ag Museum and numerous events throughout the year occur at Fullbright and at the Ag Museum. The highlight event is Old Town Days and the Civil War Reenactment each Father's Day weekend. This event will be kicked off in 2019 with "Suns, Sips and Suds" on Friday evening, a 3 band event complete with a craft brewing area. Saturday and Sunday is the annual reenactment with over 400 reenactors contributing all weekend long. Other events throughout the year include a Plowing Bee, Car Shows, the Pioneer Power Show & Swap Meet and much more. Come enjoy our 15 hole disc golf course, people love it because you're playing across acres of grass and not next to busy roads. Fullbright Park is a great place to have birthday parties, family reunions and more.See more..
5.0Barclift Park(1 review) - Fun Tumwater Park Parks • Playgrounds
Walking is always an option because it is a close distance from our house. Lots ofnwide open spaces. Covered area for parties. Play area for kids. Tennis court. Walking trail. Basketball court. Just missing a bathroom. We've been before. We'll be again. See more..
5.0Willis D. Tucker Community Park(1 review) - BARK PARK Spent More than 3 hours Parks • Playgrounds our visit was with our Daughter and her 2 Corgi Pups, Frank & Beans. Really nice "OFF LEASH" park whwrere the dogs can run and meet other dogs. There is an arear off the the left of the main enterence for dogs that don't MIX well with other dogs. A lot of free running area and a wooded area to walk in. there is also a swamp for dogs that like that. There are bowels and Fresh water for the dogs. Close to the large parking area there is also a hose to get clean at.See more..
5.0WiggleWorks kids(1 review) - Wish we had more Wiggling! Playgrounds Our 2 year old is feeling comfortable to play with other kids where it's clean and out of the bad weather. We parents can take turns snacking, shopping, enjoy a drink and a break too! It would be great to have more wiggling like in Everett and elsewhere for us working families!See more..