Located at 3303 Vernhardson Street, Crescent Creek Park is still known to long-time residents as "City Park". The park's large, open air structure, natural creekbed, and specimen trees represent an important historic landscape that embodies Gig Harbor’s early rural lifestyle. It was the first (and for many years) only park within city limits. The site was originally owned by Crescent Valley School (built 1915) and was used as a playground.
covered shelter with kitchen (reservable)
sinks and running water
play structure | swings | climbing structures
baseball field with bleachers (reservable))
picnic tables and seating
tennis court (with pickleball striping)
half basketball court
sand volleyball courts
carved wooden sculpture
The Gig Harbor Maritime PlayZone project was completed in 2014. It is an all-ability, all-inclusive play experience that gives every child a place to play as well as providing easy access for grown-ups of all abilities. The PlayZone includes an accessible fishing vessel representing the Gig Harbor fishermen of today, as well as other fun and challenging all-inclusive play equipment. For more information and images of the Maritime PlayZone view the Landscape Structures website.