This map indicates every location tagged "playground" that we've visited and blogged about so far, with the orange markers indicating things that are currently in season / open / available.
Quality rainy day play while you put your feet up.
The jewel in the crown of the Portland parks system.
A lively summertime spot by the lake with plenty to do.
OMSI is choc full of science - and other people. Temporarily closed.
Fly like a G6? Me neither. But at least you can achieve temporary flight at G6. Permanently closed.
Where goats perform tricks for food. And other delights! Temporarily closed.
More soigné and bijou than Sauvie Island. Naturellement.
A pretty lakeside trail, plus other amenities.
After 200 years, still the only reason to visit Vancouver. Temporarily closed.
Portland's largest play structure is usually pretty busy.
Blacklit minigolf... without pirates?! Permanently closed.
A neighborhood park with water features - and scary birds.
A sublime showcase of Northwestern habitats.
A fairly dull hike in fairly dull suburbs - with a nice playground.
Pleasant and fun (if not cheap) shopping.
Three reservoirs, two playgrounds and a volcano.
Beautiful forested and riverside trails over on the wrong side of Gresham.
A big, beautiful park to play in – especially in summer.
Who knew there was a mountain in Beaverton?
An enormous playground and space to kick a ball around...
A neighborhood playground with a pretty stream en suite.
Welcome to Portland's second creepiest park!
Comprehensive listings of family friendly Portland based events
Jody manages an awesome collection of things to do!