Took the kids here while visiting Port Angeles. Great 2 hours of fun for us and the kids.(mainly the kids) :)
Reviewed August 21, 2012 Things To Do In Port Angeles, Washington
"Great place for the whole family."
Our kiddos were dragging us from the car to the entrance . It was beautifully built to last. My boys said it's the coolest kid castle ever! There are a number of slides, a rope walk, a tire swing, a boat, a number of staircases that lead to the upper level where kids can run across bridges, go down slides, or sneek down other staircases. We spent 3 hours here and my kids were still very actively protesting our insistence to come out just to eat at the provided tables. The best part.. there is only one entrance /exit.
If you have older children... right next to the playground is a large skate park (but not too big). Perfect for your teenagers who wouldn't be caught dead going down a slide. This way you can monitor both at the same time and everyone can have a little fun August 4, 2012 http://www.trekaroo.com/activities/dream-playground-port-angeles-washington
“Best Playground Ever!"
It's worth the stop. Two areas, one for 5 and under and another for 5 years old and up. Enclosed with only one exit/entrance you can unload the kids (park in the parking lot across the street from the YMCA) and let the kids burn off some steam. Lots of structures to climb in, on and around, swings, slides. Great place for playing pretend on a boat or store. Benches for parents. It's even ok when it's raining because it's under trees. Next to a skate park so your teenager can burn off some steam also! Afterwards head up Race St. (south) to the National Park Visitors Center for another FREE educational stop with a discovery room just for kids! Then up to Hurricane Ridge for hikes and amazing views.
When I still lived in Port Angeles, I used to borrow my friends' kids for a chance at the amazing playground here. The main structure is one of those multilevel, maze-like wooden structures with slides and poles and ladders coming off of it at different spots. In addition to the boat and fire station and space ship (!), there's also a tree house, a climbing wall, and a dragon. I know I'm not the only adult to sneak in after dark and play on the swings here! Outside of the dream park, there are picnic tables, tennis courts, bathrooms, and a smallish field, as well as the skate park.
This playground is beyond awesome. In addition to the usual assortment of slides, swings, monkey bars, etc., there are structures made to look like boats, a fire station, a rocketship, a lighthouse, an ice cream shop,and more. One area is designated for 5 and under. There's also a skate park next door, but my son isn't quite there yet .. Anne F. Port Angeles, WA