This might be the first Kirkland park we’ve enjoyed (Besides Harris Park). Sorry Kirkland!
There are two very elaborate and exciting play structures, both from Little Tikes Commercial, and bonus for people like me with kids of very different ages: both structures are right beside each other.
The toddler climber is shaped like a pirate boat and has areas at ground level to play including a treasure map and portholes to climb through, stairs, a twirly slide, rope ladder, a small gentle slide, as well as the higher levels where there’s a pirate ship wheel and a telescope.
The larger castle-themed climber with windows and battlements is tall and challenging. There are various ways to get up (no stairs) including a Tikes Peak mountain wall (with animals and pictures on the inside), an Infinity High Climb, a rock climbing wall, and a deck-to-deck bumpy climber. There’s also a rope ladder wall, a high slide, and a small basic zipline. I didn’t dare venture anywhere up here with the little one as it’s all very steep. But my older son and I were here previously and he really liked it. Both climbers have such great attention to detail and there are little things to discover all over the place.
There are also two baby and two big swings, a sand-digger, and a frog spring-rider.
We ended up having to leave quickly as the almost 2-year old had an epic meltdown because I wouldn’t let him run through the gates to play in traffic. Granted there’s not much traffic around here, but…ya know. So after his 10 minutes of freaking out and throwing grass and tossing himself on the ground (you know what I’m talking about right?!?), we decided to head home for a nap!
We’ll definitely be back, perhaps dressed as pirates next time!
|Toddler park (2-5)||✓|
|Fenced toddler park|
|Big kid park (5-12)||✓|
|Big kid swings||✓|
|Reduced mobility swings|