No child should have to sit on the sidelines and watch their peers play. Anchorage Park Foundation works with our community to plan and develop even more accessible playgrounds in the Anchorage Bowl.
Through “Inclusive Play”, we create outdoor spaces where children and adults of all abilities can play together.
With the vision and support of dedicated community members, we have been able to install six inclusive playgrounds across Anchorage providing safe play spaces and access for Alaskans young and old of all ability levels.
- Balto Seppala Park
- Barbara Street Park
- Campbell Creek Park
- Cuddy Family Midtown Park
- Dave Rose Park
- David Green Park
- Duldida Park
- Kincaid Park
- Kiwanis Fish Creek Park
- Susan Nightingale McKay Park
We plan to install inclusive playgrounds in South Anchorage Sports Park, Muldoon Town Square Park, Jewel Lake Park, Taku Lake Park, Chugach Foothills Park, Ruth Arcand Park, and more! Keep checking back for updates.
Learn more about what Inclusive Play means and community efforts in Anchorage in our guide here: Inclusive Play Guide
For more information about Inclusive Play, please contact:
Play is for everyone! Three Anchorage moms started Parks for All to allow their children, families and friends, and all Alaskans to enjoy Alaska’s awesome outdoor experience–together. In 2013, we built Anchorage’s first two inclusive playgrounds thanks to the support of local legislators, the medical community, Parks & Recreation, Anchorage Downtown Rotary, local non-profits, and the Anchorage Park Foundation. We currently have six inclusive playgrounds, as well as momentum and a vision to build many more! Now children who experience disabilities can play independently in a safe environment, and parents, grandparents, and veterans with disabilities are able to play with their children without barriers.
- Alaska State Legislature
- Mental Health Trust Authority
- Rotary International
- Rasmuson Foundation
Supporting Community Members and Organizations:
Access Alaska, Hope Community Resources, Inc, Office of U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski, Office of U.S. Senator Mark Begich, United Way of Anchorage, Municipality of Anchorage, Sitelines, The Foraker Group, Assembly Member Elvi Gray-Jackson, Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education, Military Family Readiness JBER, Stone Soup Group, Arc of Anchorage, Challenge Alaska, Rainbow Connection, Programs for Infants and Children, Special Olympics, Alaska Center for the Blind, USKH, Land Design North, Ted Stevens Foundation, Challenge Alaska, and Special Olympics.
Ways You Can Get Involved in Parks for All
- Participate in public meetings to create a Strategic Plan for Inclusive Playgrounds. Contact the Anchorage Park Foundation, 907.274.1003, email@example.com
- Like Parks for All on Facebook to stay fresh and informed
- Make a contribution to the Parks for All campaign
- Write or call your legislator and tell them you support a legislative grant to the Parks for All campaign
- Spread the word in your community about the Playground for All campaign.
Parks for All Resources:
To contribute to the Parks for All campaign, please visit our donate page.