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Peppi's Playground

Peppi's is a small park (2.3 acres) due east of Leschi School, established in 1953 in lieu of putting a playground in Frink Park.

Parks asked the children of Leschi School what they wanted to name the park and the choice was naming it in honor of Peppi Braxton, a popular first grader who had been killed in a bike-car accident.

The Park consists mostly of children's playground equipment with a wading pool that has not been used in several years due to Parks budget cuts. There are restrooms and some grassy areas for lounging, and tables and benches.

Both the restrooms and the playground equipment are ADA compliant.

Recent work parties have cleared the trail to the east of the park, pulling out invasive weeds and making it easier to access.

Peppi's Playground can be accessed by Metro Bus #27 which stops across the street on Lake Dell.

Park Features

  • 2.3 Acres

  • On bus 27 route

  • Modern Playground Equipment

  • Restrooms


3233 E Spruce Street, Seattle, 98122. See it on Google Maps.

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