Located right at the SeaTac Community Center, the Neighborhood Park is the perfect local place to go if you just want to get some fun, recreational activities fit into your day! Enjoy half-court basketball games (either playing or watching!), a skate park, playground for the kids, and boulder climbing! The Neighborhood Park also has an open picnic area, so bring some goodies and plan for a fun-filled time!
half court basketball
Ready to go head-to-head with close friends or family in baseball, tennis, soccer, or softball games? Head over to Sunset Park where you can play all these sports! Not only do they have the space and available to get your sporting activity on, you can also enjoy the weather by walking along one of the walking trails!
paved/unpaved walking trails
Located within SeaTac with convenient access to I-5, the 21-acre Valley Ridge Park is home to a four field multi-use synthetic sports field complex with lights offering softball, baseball and soccer. The park also offers two tennis courts, full court and half-court basketball, futsal mini-pitch, concession stand, playground equipment, restrooms, a community center and parking.
Field rental information can be found HERE or by calling 206-973-4770.
Valley Ridge Community Center rental information can be found HERE or by calling 206-973-4680
Are outdoor sports more your thing? North SeaTac Park has room for everything – even a BMX track! Head to this City of SeaTac park for baseball, soccer and softball fields, outdoor basketball and disk golf. For those who are looking for something else, there is a great open area, playground equipment, paved walking trails, picnic area and a community center.
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Grandview Off-Leash Dog Park is a 37 acre off-leash dog area in SeaTac, WA. The park is a cooperative effort and the first regional off leash area in South King County. Amenities include trails, fencing, open areas, benches, waste receptacles, and restrooms. Aggressive dogs and pitbulls must be muzzled to use this park, and it is open from dawn till dusk.
Learn more about Grandview Dog Park in Seattle Southside Scenes.
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The SeaTac Community Center is a 22,000 square foot facility, designed to serve all ages and meet the many recreational needs of the community. With this wonderful facility, they are able to offer a variety of activities and programs ranging from arts & crafts to aerobics to senior meals.
This 2- acre park offers a playground, a half basketball court, picnic area, and a large circular lawn for family gatherings, informal play, and programmed events.
Angle Lake Park, a 10 acre lake-front park, is the perfect place to cool off in the summer. Swimming, boating, and fishing are fun activities for the entire family. A spray park play area recently opened with many fun water features. There is also a barbeque area and picnic shelter and plenty of room to play games. Angle Lake Park is home to many community events, including SeaTac International Festival held each year in the summer!
Amenities and features include: spray park boat launch fishing pier playground equipment open recreation area stage picnic shelter barbecue area restrooms swimming
Angle Lake Park is a #SeattleSouthside Gem!
Hands down we think this is the coolest spray park south of the Ship Canal. The central point of this King of All That Is spray park is a 50-gallon, bright red bowl--accurately named the Mega Splasher--that slowly, silently fills with water, 20 feet above teenagers and tots alike. As the bowl fills, watch the braver kiddos begin to line up under its splash zone, and then get ready for the tidal wave—the bowl slowly tips, and those carefully collected gallons of water wash down towards the sea of kid-manity, completely drenching the ones who dared to stay. It’s great entertainment for you and a cool thrill for the bravest of splashers.
Besides the awesomely entertaining Mega Splasher--the only one in Washington--there are smaller tipping bowls that also spin by kid power, a spray circle, spray guns and various gentle ground sprayers, including four “flowers” that send a sweet spray two feet in the air, and can be turned on with little toes. The spray area is surrounded by a low cement wall, perfect for parents to sip their iced lattes and steer clear of the sun. Bathrooms and water fountains are right next to the spray zone, just the right distance for the potty-trainers who just gotta go.
Insider Mega-Splash Zone Tip: Keep an eye on your tots and steer them away from the Mega Splasher—because of the amount of water, we suggest this area for kiddos 5 and up.