Inclusive Playground Map

Find somewhere everyone can play! Download the Anchorage Playground Map

Playground on T. Stevens DayNo 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 twelve inclusive playgrounds across Anchorage providing safe play spaces and access for Alaskans young and old of all ability levels.

Parks with Inclusive Playgrounds

Stay tuned for news on more Inclusive Playgrounds coming soon!

  • Fairview Park
  • Fairview Recreation Center
  • Frontierland Park
  • Jewel Lake Park

Find somewhere everyone can play! Download the Anchorage Play Map

To get a physical copy of the Inclusive Play Map, please contact info@anchorageparkfoundation.org

Learn More about Anchorage Park Foundation’s Inclusive Play Program

Major Donors:

  • Alaska State Legislature
  • Mental Health Trust Authority
  • Rotary International
  • Rasmuson Foundation


Rasmuson Foundation, Access Alaska, Hope Community Resources, Inc, Office of U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski, United Way of Anchorage, Municipality of Anchorage, Sitelines, The Foraker Group, Senator Elvi Gray-Jackson, Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education, Military Family Readiness JBER, Stone Soup Group, Arc of Anchorage, Challenge Alaska, Equine Assisted Therapy- Alaska, Programs for Infants and Children, Special Olympics, Healthy Futures, Alaska Center for the Blind, USKH, Land Design North, Ted Stevens Foundation, Challenge Alaska, and Special Olympics, State of Alaska Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.


To contribute to Inclusive Play, please visit our donate page.