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Seven Seas Park

I’ve heard great things about Seven Seas Park, the new neighborhood park in Sunnyvale, and it lived up to my expectations! Nice, new equipment and palm trees throughout – I felt like I was on a playground resort!

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There is a fully-gated toddler play structure with a sandbox.

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And another toddler-friendly structure outside of the gate. Sam enjoyed “playing on the pirate ship.”

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There are also swings and a splash pad, but the splash pad is not open yet (I was told possibly April). There are a few shade umbrellas, but the park is in direct sun otherwise. I would recommend sunscreen and hats, even in February! I did not come prepared and might be a little bit sunburned today… I guess it’s that time of year already! California is awesome!

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Lots of fun things to explore and climb. Sam was entertained the entire 3 hours we were there and did not want to leave.

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Cute musical elements were also found throughout, such as a wind-up drum pad under the pirate ship and chimes along a path next to the playgrounds.

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The park also has bathrooms (and a changing table), a basketball court, a fenced-in dog area, tennis courts, a large grassy area, and a small parking lot. I’ve heard the parking lot can get full on busy days. We took the VTA bus taking the 54 there and walked along a nice walking path to the park; and took the 26 from very near the park home. It looks like it is also accessible via light rail (902) with a little longer of a walk.

Also, I recommend packing any food or drinks that you’ll need. It is a neighborhood park and not near many businesses.

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