As found with many structures in Sausalito, this playground is built into a hill by means of terraces. Strollers may approach it from below, stairs must be negotiated from above. The play equipment is on a bed of soft sand and is fully fenced. The top terrace is for toddlers with two toddler full-bucket swings, a wooden climbing structure, two slides, one a tunnel, the other a broad metal slide that warrants supervision. The lower terrace for older kids houses a tire swing, two big kid swings and a great long slide all of which are mounted on a wooden play structure. There is a metal climbing gym set apart from the rest. The area is surrounded by a large lawn, a lighted basketball court, and a small picnic area.
The Parks and Recreation Department houses activities for young children such as music and playtime in the basement of the building.
Yes, inside City Hall and the library.
A wide variety of food is available on Caledonia St. from delis, diners, sushi to Real Foods organic market.