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Powell Barnett Park
Powell Barnett Park was clearly built with serious play in mind. With a children's play area, complex climbing structures, a wading pool in the summer, basketball hoops,and a broad field ideal for frisbee - there's something in the park for kids of all ages. There are benches and picnic table throughout the park, and ADA accessible restrooms in a wild castle-shaped build next to the play area.
Pratt Park
Picnic tables and benches on asphalt give a narrow view of the Olympics, while an exciting play area nearly empties the nearby apartments of kids in the evenings. Older kids flock to the nearby basketball pavilion in fair weather. East of the apartment complex, a large grassy area has six picnic tables, each with a barbecue stand and shady trees, plus lots of room to run around in an open field. (Excerpt from "Enjoying Seattle's Parks" by Brandt Morgan)
Prefontaine Place
Prefontaine Place is a small park with a fountain, across the street from City Hall Park.
Prentis I. Frazier Park
Prentis I. Frazier is a neighborhood park ideal for resting in the shade and playing. The park includes a small play area with adjacent benches and a drinking fountain.
Pritchard Island Beach
Pritchard Island Beach is located in the Rainier Beach area, north of Beer Sheva Park. Several large cottonwoods flutter in the breeze as swimmers head for the raft.
Puget Boulevard Commons
The park consists of two major areas. The first, along with Greg Davis Park and Cottage Grove Park, spans three city blocks and contains the the Delridge P-Patch. The second are lies northeast, and is undeveloped.
Puget Creek Greenspace
Named for the creek. The natural area consists of parcels extending from 19th Ave SW and SW Brandon St to SW Holly St., along the line of the 19th Ave SW street right-of-way.
Puget Park
Puget Park is part of the West Duwamish Greenbelt. The West Duwamish Greenbelt is the largest greenbelt in the city and is home to fox, red-legged frogs, hawks, and bald eagles. The greenbelt encompasses the extended forest along the eastern slopes of West Seattle that is visible from I-5.
Puget Ridge Playground
This tiny neighborhood playground has a lot to offer! Featuring play equipment with climbing features, monkey bars, and a small sandbox, there is a lot here for the kids. There are also a couple picnic tables for people to enjoy those warm summer evenings! This park also has a nice, if small, green lawn area, with views to the West.
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