Pease Park in Austin is one of those true Austin experiences that feels like nowhere else you’ve ever been. We love local places that keep Austin unique, and this is one such park! The treehouse, the playground, the chess board, everything there has a bit if whimsy to keep it special. It tops the list of places I recommend to anyone visiting Austin with kids.
1100 Kingsbury Street, Austin
6 a.m. – 10 p.m.
The Splash Pad season is mid-May through September. The water is on between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.
Playing at Pease Park in Austin
Pease Park in Austin has several unique places to play. There’s a giant treehouse where you can hangout underneath or inside up above, looking out at the park below, relaxing on the giant net.
There’s a giant chess board under that shady trees. On some summer days, SnoRide will be set up near here, selling snow cones.
We love the nature play area set up at Pease Park! Unlimited imagination possibilities here.
Please Park has a beautiful wooden playscape as well.
Other features of Pease Park
The bathrooms are always clean. The sinks are on the outside, and they even have a water bottle refill station (love this)!