Peter Green Park in Huntington Beach is a reader favorite with large whimsical play structures and easy view of the kids while they play.
Directions to Peter Green Park in Huntington Beach: Near the intersection of Garfield and Main. Take Beach Blvd and bear right on Main (from the 405) or take Main (from Pacific Coast Highway). Turn onto Promenade from Main, turn left onto Seagate. The parking lot is on the right. (Park Address: 18751 Seagate Drive, Huntington Beach) MAP to Peter Green Park in Huntington Beach
- It’s a compact park in a great neighborhood with beach weather.
- I loved the covered picnic areas and small turtles, play vehicles, and ride-on animals.
- The main play structure is tall, but well-protected as long as your kids don’t climb outside the barriers.
- There’s a smaller structure for younger kids.
- Bumpy slides, tunnel slides, climbers, and sea-themed interpretive panels.
- 2 baby swings and 4 bench swings.
- Covered and shaded picnic area
- Lots of benches surrounding the whole play area
- Only shade in the picnic areas. Otherwise, the rest of the playground is on recycled rubber which can be hot on high temp days.
- Parking in a dedicated lot
- Entire play surface is flat recycled rubber
- No restrooms
- Not much shade while playing
- Easy to view kids from all angles
- Sand volleyball court
- Basketball court
- Two covered picnic areas for parties
- Make sure to check out Peter Green Park on Stockteam.com
- Official City of Huntington Beach info about Peter Green Park
Nearby Parks and Nature Center:
- Huntington Beach Central Park for Families
- Shipley Nature Center
- Slater Avenue Playground inside Huntington Central Park
- Harriet Wieder Regional Park
Originally posted in July 2009.