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Drinking fountains Play Area

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About

Baker Park has a small "natural play" area - no play equipment, only wood chips and two large rocks - with a pedestrian path that meanders through it, and a Totem Pole made from a monkey puzzle tree. In 2013, Parks and Recreation bought the property southeast of the park, expanding it by .23 acres, and demolished the house that had been on the property. In 2016, planning began for the development of "Baker Park Addition." 

Baker Park is one of 14 pesticide-free parks in Seattle.

Current Project

This Seattle Park District project provides funding for the extension of Baker Park. The design will incorporate accessibility in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as well as Seattle Parks and Recreation's intent to create access to open space in areas of high urban density. Read more about the Baker Park Addition.