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A map and the locations of all of the playgrounds in the Kapiti Region
Lots of different climbing equipment for the child who likes to climb everything plus a nice spot for a picnic with a view overlooking the sea.
A lovely playground with a large green area for running around or playing cricket.
A small park, but enough to please the kids for a short time and it's the only playground with a mouse wheel in the area.
A small park tucked away on a quiet street is a nice spot to stop for a picnic.
Haruatai Park has a large grassy area surrounded by large tall trees with lots of playground equipment suitable for the whole family. Fantastic any day of the week.
This playground is situated in a lovely quiet grove. There's an older children's playground and a younger children's playground with smaller versions of the same climbing equipment, so the younger child can give it a go too.
A beautiful quiet setting away from busy roads and lots of foot traffic. Set in the new subdivision this park is surrounded by lovely walkways and lagoons.
If you feel like a morning of playground hopping make your way to Kaitawa Reserve and walk along the scenic walkway to Hookway Grove park.
There are numerous park benches bordering the park giving mum and dad a nice spot to sit in the sun while the children play. This park certainly has enough to keep your children happy.
This playground found in the Kotuku Parks sub-division is a beauty and kids always love to balance around the edges of the playground which is made of a mixture of timber edging, rocks and benches.
A great spot in the heart of Paraparaumu with some older style equipment made with chains. There's something for everyone at Larch Grove.
A lovely little park tucked away in Leinster Ave. Perfect for younger children and toddlers keen to practice their hand-eye co-ordination with a bit of climbing.
Lorna Irene Drive playground is best suited to little people. Toddlers this is for you! A 2-seater and 4-seater spring see-saw - talk about fun!
Maclean park is a popular spot in Paraparaumu Beach.
This is a newly built playground tucked in next to the Otaki Toy Library and Citizens Advice Bureau which are just beside the Otaki Public Library. This is a very small playground, but it's a very handy spot to stop for lunch and let the kids have a play.
This playground is somewhat of a hidden treasure as it's tucked away between Rimu Rd and Manawa Ave.
Tucked away from the road, it's easy to miss this playground. Suitable for both the older and younger child.
Marine Gardens and playground is a magical spot. Surrounded by the Raumati Beach pool, miniature railway, rose gardens, beach and shops you can easy spend a good position of your day here.
Matai Road Reserve playground has enough to keep younger children occupied but it probably more suited to the older child.