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Fun-Filled Seattle-Area Playgrounds for Kids of All Abilities

Inclusive play spots where all kids can play

Lauren Braden

Published on: September 25, 2023

Fun-Filled Seattle-Area Playgrounds for Kids of All Abilities

Meadow Crest Playground. Image courtesy of the City of Renton

Meadow Crest Playground, Renton

Colorful, inclusive Meadow Crest Playground features several elements to engage children and their five senses. Splash with abandon at an interactive water table, tap out a tune on the oversized musical instruments, and then climb atop a giant caterpillar in the foam-floored play area.

Note: The park is closed to the public until 4:30 p.m., Monday to Thursday, during the school year when it is reserved for exclusive use by the adjacent preschool. It’s open to the public all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday, during holidays, school breaks and summer (and after 4:30 p.m. Monday–Thursday).

Find it: 3000 N.E. 16th St., Renton

– Lauren Braden

Next stop: Hazel Miller Playground

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