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Kristen Cramer

Which Seattle Parks Offer Outdoor Exercise Equipment?

You don’t have to spend money on a gym membership to get your exercise. Several of the best parks all throughout Seattle offer exercise equipment you can use outdoors. This means, not only can you get your workout in, but you can also breathe deeply while outside in nature.

There are several types of equipment you will find at the parts including pull-up bars and parallel bars. Some even have rowing machines, weight stacks, elliptical machines and even more. When the weather is nice, hit one of these Seattle parks with outdoor exercise equipment.

Montlake Community Center – 1618 East Calhoun Street

Montlake Community Center

While the Montlake Community Center has a great kids’ playground, it also offers plenty of fitness equipment. They offer strength training options, along with an elliptical. You will also find several indoor fitness classes here.

Hubbard Homestead – 11203 5th Avenue NE

You probably know Hubbard Homestead Park as a skate park, but did you know it also has exercise equipment? You can use the sit-up benches and the pull-up bars here, along with plenty of other options.

Centennial Park Exercise Station – Elliott Bay Trail

Along the Elliott Bay Trail at Centennial Park, you will find a collection of exercise stations including parallel bars and pull-up bars. They are back by the rose garden.

Hing Hay Park – 423 Maynard Avenue S

Hing Hay Park

While Hing Hay is known for the dance classes, you don’t have to take a dance class to get fit here. They offer some equipment you can use along the yellow wall around the park.

University Playground – 4745 9th Avenue NE

This is literally an all-ages playground with plenty of fitness equipment. You can use push-up bars and pull-up bars, along with plenty of other static equipment options.

Powell Barnet Park – 352 Martin Luther King Jr. Way

While many know the Powell Barnett Park as a place with the coolest playground in Seattle, this ark also offers strength training equipment and an elliptical.

Georgetown Playfield – 750 South Homer Street

You’ll find a stationary bike at the Georgetown Playfield, along with a rowing machine.

John C. Little, Sr. Park – 6961 37th Avenue South

Another park with plenty of exercise equipment, the John C. Little, Sr. Park offers rowing and elliptical machines.

Bataan Park – High Point

Another great spot for exercise equipment is Bataan Park. This park offers eight pieces of equipment around the playground with elliptical and leg presses.

A few other Seattle parks with outdoor exercise equipment include:

  • Sam Smith Park – 1400 Martin Luther King Jr. Way South
  • Atlantic Street Park – 1501 21st Avenue South
  • Hiawatha Playfield – 2700 California Avenue SW
  • Delridge Playfield – 4458 Delridge Way SW
  • Van Asselt Community Center – 2802 South Myrtle Street
  • Rainier Beach Playfield – 8802 Rainier Avenue South

Getting your workout in doesn’t mean you have to go inside anymore. With so many Seattle parks offering exercise equipment, you can breathe the fresh outside air while getting fit.

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Kristen Cramer

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