Find Best Playgrounds in Cambridge

Looking for a park to take your kids to play? Using Urbnparks, you can find the best Cambridge playgrounds with awesome play equipment that kids and tots will love. We also have some recommendations of parks for kids, and find one that your children will love! Find Cambridge playgrounds below, using the map, or keep scrolling for our recommendations.

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Looking for a playground in Cambridge with a specific amenity? Choose an activity below and a playground with a specific play feature.

Best Playgrounds in Cambridge

Here are our choices for the best playgrounds in Cambridge, Massachusetts (updated for 2022):

danehy park playground

One of the biggest parks in Cambridge, Danehy Park has multiple playground areas, including the newest one that is constructed is Cambridge’s first universal playground

Located in Cambridge Common, Kemp Playground is a small playground with excellent and unique features, including sand and water features.

A small, shaded, and fenced-in neighborhood playground in Cambridge, Alden Play Area has great equipment for kids of all ages.

Old Morse Park is a small, family-friendly park located in Cambridgeport that has plenty of climbing and playground equipment. 

Cooper Square Park is a wonderful, popular playground in Mid-Cambridge that is very family-friendly.

A popular park in Cambridge, Sennott Park is one of the best playgrounds in Cambridge to visit, including a splash pad that kids and families will love visiting.

Pain Square Playground is a petite neighborhood playground in Cambridge nestled under tall trees, with a sandbox area, and climbing structures.

Silva Park is located in East Cambridge, with 2 playground areas separated for older and younger kids. There is plenty of seating for adults. 

With a recently renovated playground in East Cambridge, Toomey Park has fantastic new play features that kids will love – plus great picnic areas.

Gold Star Mothers Park in Cambridge has a splash pad with wonderful water features and a large, fenced-in playground area.

In East Cambridge, by the Charles River, North Point Park is a kid and dog-friendly park that has a playground, tot lot and splash pad.

Old Morse Park is a small, family-friendly park located in Cambridgeport that has plenty of climbing and playground equipment. 

View a list of all playgrounds in Cambridge to find one that children – and adults – will love to visit.