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.
The jewel in the crown of the Portland parks system.
OMSI is choc full of science - and other people.
Quality rainy day play while you put your feet up.
A lively summertime spot by the lake with plenty to do.
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!
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.
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!