Cayman has a wealth of public parks and playgrounds with climbing frames, swings, restrooms and shaded areas. They can be found everywhere from West Bay to North Side and are a fun place to spend time with your children.
Parks are open seven days a week from sunrise to sunset!
1. Scholars Park
Corner of Birch Tree Hill Road and Stadium Drive, West Bay
Sanded play area, playground, baby swings, restrooms, drinking fountain, gardens and shaded grassy areas.
2. Seven Mile Beach
Park Next to Public Beach
A large playground suitable for toddlers to bigger kids, grassy area for picnics and ball games, restroom facilities and trees for shade.
3. Starfish Cay Water Park
The Ritz-Carlton, SMB
An interactive waterpark at the Ritz-Carlton with Zero entry splash pools, slides and a bright bucket is filled with water before soaking children with a waterfall. Weekend day passes are available to residents.
4. Camana Bay Fountains
A. Jasmine Court, Camana Bay
Mini fountains, perfect for toddlers to splash around in!
B. The Crescent, Camana Bay
Bigger kids will enjoy the fountains which spout water 30ft in the air.
5. Windsor Park
Corner of Mango Turn and Hawkins Drive, off Windsor Park Drive, GT
Two climbing frames, swings, covered picnic area and a full-size basketball court.
6. Dart Park
South Church Street, south of GT
Slides, climbing frames, an amphitheatre, gazebos, lots of shade and restroom facilities.
7. Foster's Airport Park
Dorcy Drive, George Town
Climbing frame, swing set, basketball court, shaded picnic area and restrooms.
8. Newland Heights Park
Hemlock Way, off Moonbeam Drive, Savannah
Children’s play set, sand pit area, basketball court, BBQ pit, landscaped areas and a gazebo.
9. Moonbeam Park
Moonbeam Drive, Savannah
Jungle gym play area set in sand, cabana and a half basketball court.
10. North Sound Gardens Park
Children’s play set, sand pit, BBQ, cabana, basketball court and landscaped areas.
11. Pedro St. James
Pedro Castle Road, Savannah
Families will enjoy playground, acres of green space, nature and history trails at Pedro St. James. There are also restrooms and refreshments to purchase.
12. Harold McCoy Sr. Park
Gun Square Road, Bodden Town
Jungle gym, play facilities, shaded picnic areas, restrooms and a BBQ area.
13. Jerald Smith Park
Hutland Avenue, across from the North Side Police Station
Slide and swing set, shaded picnic area and restrooms.
14. Mastic Trail
Off Frank Sound Road
843 acres of semi-deciduous forest and wetlands to explore. The National Trust offers a three hour guided tour on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
15. Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park
Off Frank Sound Road, North Side
The Botanic Park also offers over 65 areas with different gardens and trails to discover. The Children’s Garden features a splash pad and an observation tower. It's home to the Blue Iguana Conservation Facility.
16. Captain George Dixon Park
Sea View Road, East End
Play facilities, slide, shaded picnic areas, water fountain, BBQ area and restrooms.
17. Cayman Parrot Sanctuary
Austin Conolly Dr, East End
Meet parrots, agoutis, reptiles and other local wildlife at the Cayman Parrot Sanctuary. Two playgrounds, a zip line, plenty of shade, restrooms and refreshments for sale. Check opening hours. CI$10 adults, CI$7 ages 3-5, free for under 2s.
18. Davinoff's Concrete Sculpture Garden
Old Robin Rd, Old Man Bay
View a range of concrete animals such as a 16ft iguana, 6ft land crab and a 17ft crocodile. The Sculpture Garden is free to enter.