If you have kids who like climbing, this is a good park for them. Lots of monkey-type apparatus, climbing walls, and spider web ropes. There is a cool stand-alone slide from GameTime’s Xscape line, and an older climber for toddlers.
The toddler climber is a good size and has stairs, slides, a bridge, metal rung ladder, a tic-tac-toe wall, and room to walk around. Thank-goodness for the shade here because we were melting in the big-kid section.
Also big, baby, and an adaptive swing (on sand, with no access point.)
NEW since 2019 is the fantastic freestanding Sensory Wave climber with tons to touch, turn, and listen to! There’s also the Rockin’ Robin egg that’s a cozy place for a break, or to gently rock back and forth. These two products replace the dinosaur, car, and seesaw that were here previously.
A decent park if you have kids of varying ages but want to stick close together.
Things to note:
-There is fencing near the road (no gates) and the rest of the playground is open. Bathrooms are available at the chalet just beside the pool (Mon-Fri 8am-10pm and Sat-Sun 9am-6pm)
-The park also has two baseball fields, tennis courts, and a nice basketball court.
-We visited this park around noon on a super scorcher of a day. While the toddler structure had good shade, the rest of the park was in full sun.