This park was better and larger than what I could see on Google Satellite.
There is a nice-sized climber from GO-ELAN with stairs, a cute tunnel that I couldn’t fit through, slides, metal bars and monkey bars. What was good in the tunnel is that there are little hand grips to help yourself get up the incline. There may have been a few instances where we’ve been stuck in other slides!
There is no separate toddler structure but he was able to climb the big one and was satisfied with it. Smaller kids might find it too challenging.
There are two spring riders from Jambette in the shape of….boots.
A stand alone slide in the corner has some steep metal stairs, and because my toddler is now in the “I hate slides but like stairs” phase, he wanted to go up and down hazardous-looking stairs.
Toddlers are the worst. Or the best. Or the craziest.
Or all of the above.
The rest of the playground consists of a bench, a picnic table and some baby and big swings.
The little guy was most enthralled with the train tracks running along the back of the park (there are TWO sets of fence between the park and the tracks), and paced up and down the fence like an animal. Then he decided he was going to nap on the bench so I figured “Time to head home!”
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|Toddler park (2-5)|
|Fenced toddler park|
|Big kid park (5-12)||✓|
|Big kid swings||✓|
|Reduced mobility swings|