Favorite Park for Kids?

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Ok parents, I'm looking for your favorite parks on the South Coast to take little kids. 

Which parks do you like most, and why? Looking to keep our little ones entertained by testing out all the parks. Thanks in advance.

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GeneralTree Sep 22, 2022 06:55 PM
Favorite Park for Kids?

Steven's Park in the San Roque neighborhood. Tucker's Grove in Goleta.

tlachiquero Sep 22, 2022 05:58 PM
Favorite Park for Kids?

Having had a dog (RIP), I had the opportunity to see parks from the canine perspective, that is as toilets. Now that I have a young grandchild who enjoys parks and playgrounds, I assume everything in a public area is soaked in dog urine. Every vertical surface, post, pole and tree trunk is a target for the males and the females go in the middle of the grassy areas and you can't tell what's there until you sit down.
Dogs are just being dogs and it's the owners who are just as much at fault as the addicts for unsafe and unsanitary playgrounds. Get a leash, jerks!

kids Sep 22, 2022 04:29 PM
Favorite Park for Kids?

It's been awhile......We loved to take our kids to Hidden Valley Park. They loved to ride their trikes/bikes around the circle.

https://santabarbaraparks.com/parks/hidden-valley-park/

9inchedward Sep 22, 2022 02:55 PM
Favorite Park for Kids?

We don’t our kids to the parks in the downtown/beach area because there’s too many crackheads that hang out in those areas, just today I was taking my break near the kids park across from the zoo, and saw a bum with his pants down scratching his balls and his whole ass showing and a cops drove past him, looked and did nothing, that’s another problem, when you drive in the industrial area you see all the crack heads smoking meth, shooting up heroin and half dead on fentanyl, and Santa Barbara PD does absolutely nothing about it, I’d say just be very careful with your kids at all parks because you never know if one of these low life piece of shit bums will leave something behind, and god forbid a child picks something up, remember the park on Haley street a kid got poked by a dirty heroin needle, I hope he’s ok now

GeneralTree Sep 22, 2022 08:59 PM
Favorite Park for Kids?

Randy Rowse was supposed to make the parks safe. What happened?

a-1663881397 Sep 22, 2022 02:16 PM
Favorite Park for Kids?

Shoreline park, it's the one least inundated with homeless people. Unfortunately, we have to think of our kids safety around those who are addicted and homeless.

ChillinGrillin Sep 23, 2022 11:06 AM
Favorite Park for Kids?

Guys stop being mean to Edward. As a nude model from Slovenia once said, we need to be best and avoid cyberbullying. Internet comments can hurt too. His truck is his personality and safe space, we need to respect that. This aggression will not stand, man.

GeneralTree Sep 23, 2022 11:05 AM
Favorite Park for Kids?

"take your kids to the parks that have human shit smeared on the slides and heroin needles on the ground," Randy Rowse's campaign promise was to make the parks safe.

Luvaduck Sep 23, 2022 08:08 AM
Favorite Park for Kids?

Unless you count discarded suringes and human feces.

a-1663896133 Sep 22, 2022 06:22 PM
Favorite Park for Kids?

Ouch, 0 for 4 EDWARD! Kids and other people, even homeless, can exist peacefully in one park :) it's tiresome seeing the constant vilification of homeless folks on here. There's been what, one needle stick scare in a decade at a local park? And zero homeless attacks on children? It's just plain fearmongering. No need to lash out over the internet. Really, what do you think is going to happen if you bring your kid to a park with a homeless person/people in it? I really am curious

a-1663891161 Sep 22, 2022 04:59 PM
Favorite Park for Kids?

What exactly do you think is going to happen if you bring your child to the same park a homeless person is at? The fearmongering is so strong with some folks on here...homeless people are just people... You and your child(ren) are in much, much more danger on your drive to the park.

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