ADA Playgrounds

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All playground structures installed in Snohomish County Parks meet ADA standards. The parks listed below are recommended here due to their "fun factor" as well as accessibility to and from the facilities. Pathways leading to our other playgrounds may pose a challenge and are not listed here, but can be found on our general Playgrounds page.

Miner's Corner Park

Miner's Corner is the winner of the the 2015 Washington State Parks & Recreation Association's Spotlight Award which is an award for excellence in parks design and construction. The park is 100% accessible for adults and children of all mobility.

The playground includes an impressive three-story (10 foot tall and one of the tallest in the country) climbing tower that people in wheelchairs can access. It can be accessed through a long ramp that leads to a lookout tower. There are bridges, a fire pole, climbing walls and musical instruments to explore. A double twisting slide returns visitors back down to ground.

There are approximately 1.5 miles of flat paths that loop through parks playground, small woods, tall grass meadow, picnic shelter, sand pit, and sports court. Restrooms are fully ADA compliant.

Pathway bridges a pond dotted with leaves
Miners Corner Playground
Kids cling to a spinning merry-go-round

Lake Stickney Community Park

Opened in 2018, Lake Stickney Park includes paved paths that access the playground swings, climbing wall, and top of the slide. Additional paths lead to picnic tables and a park viewing mound. 

Ramp to wood chips

Esperance Park

Renovated in 2020, the new playground at Esperance includes a sand pit, swings, climbing structure, and wheelchair access to the top of the slide.  

Swing set
Climbing net