50 Best Playgrounds in the Chicago Area (2023)

Chicago is known for its world-class museums, award-winning restaurants, and vibrant nightlife. But, when you’re kid, one of the best ways you can spend your time is playing on an awesome playgound.

Luckily, the Windy City and the Chicago suburbs have some truly special playgrounds that will entertain your kids for hours, and the best part is: most of them are FREE!

Many of these playgrounds overlap with my list of the best splash pads because parks with splash pads tend to be great parks. If you’re looking to top off some playground fun with some ice cream, check out these fantastic ice cream spots.

If the weather is not ideal for outdoor playgrounds, check out some of these great indoor playgrounds.

City of Chicago

1. Maggie Daley Park

Website | 337 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601

climbing structure and slide in Maggie Daley Park
Maggie Daley Park

Maggie Daley Park is undeniably on every list of the best parks in Chicago, and there’s plenty to do for kids of all ages. Located just a short walk from Millennium Park, Grant Park, and the native plants of Lurie Garden, it’s the perfect place for the whole family.

They have different playgrounds for different levels, including a large suspension bridge structure for older children, a boat structure for little kids, and many other unique play structures. There’s also a skating ribbon, a mini-golf course, a tall climbing wall, and picnic areas. 

It’s a popular destination in Chicago, especially during warmer months, so the best time to visit is in the morning on weekdays if you want to avoid the crowds.

Nearby Attractions: Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium, Soldier Field

No, but there are plenty of businesses nearby. Also, the Chicago Cultural Center is free and somewhat close, but the bathroom situation is seriously lacking. RubberYou can park in the ramp which is expensive. Street parking is very difficult and also expensive. Public transportation is recommended. ModerateSomewhat. There are multiple areas that are somewhat enclosed by trees, but this park has difficult sight lines.

2. Oz Park

Website | 2021 N Burling St, Chicago, IL 60614

Oz Park

This Wizard of Oz-themed playground is one of the most unique city parks in Chicago. There are character statues around the park of the Cowardly Lion, Tin Man, Scarecrow, and Dorothy, and it features one of two wooden Chicago playgrounds.  

It’s located in the beautiful residential neighborhood of Lincoln Park, and the surrounding area has countless great restaurants, ice cream shops, and cute stores. 

Nearby Attractions: Lincoln Park Zoo, Lincoln Park Conservatory, Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

NoRubber/TurfStreet Parking-Moderate/DifficultPlenty. This is one of the most shaded playgrounds in the city. Yes

3. Independence Park

Website | 3945 N Springfield Ave, Chicago, IL 60618

Independence Park is a favorite neighborhood park amongst local parents because of the nice playground equipment. The park features rope bridges, a wire zip line with a chair, a cute jungle gym area for younger kids, and several large play structures for big kids.

They also have an indoor pool, a field house, and an open field for sports and playing.

Yes, in the Field House RubberStreet Parking-Easy.Minimal on the playground, but there are some trees on the grass.No, but relatively far from the street.

4. Welles Park

Website | 2333 W Sunnyside Ave, Chicago, IL 60618

Welles Park

This park may not look flashy, but it’s one of the best local playgrounds with a toddler area and a larger play structure for older kids. There’s also a water sprayer, sports fields, tennis courts and a gazeboThey have a great nature play area across the park, and it’s located in one of my favorite neighborhoods in Chicago. 

It’s just a great place to get some fresh air. 

Yes, in the Field HouseRubber and wood chipsStreet Parking-Moderate. Minimal on the playground, but there are some trees on the grass.Yes

5. Indian Boundary Park

Website | 2500 W Lunt Ave, Chicago, IL 60645

Indian Boundary Park

Indian Boundary Park is the other playground in the Chicago Park District with wooden climbing structures. It’s a unique and beautiful playground, and the park also has spray features, a lagoon, and on one of the best nature play areas I’ve ever seen. 

The nature play space is only open during certain hours which change seasonally. 

Yes, in the Field HouseWood chipsStreet Parking-Moderate.ModerateNo

6. Adams (George & Adele) Park

Website | 1919 N Seminary Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

This park has a large play structure with plenty of climbing and sliding opportunities. It also has one of the best water playgrounds in the city, so it’s perfect for a hot summer day. 

Nearby Attractions: Lincoln Park Zoo, Lincoln Park Conservatory, Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum


7. Eli M. Schulman Playground at Seneca Playlot

Website | 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

side view of seneca park
Eli M. Schulman Playground

Seneca Playlot Park is a cute little oasis nestled in between skyscrapers in Streeterville. There are two play structures, and one small structure is Chicago-themed!  Located right near Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Seneca Playlot is great for any Chicago parent to remember if they need a playground to break up a hospital visit or medical appointment. 

Nearby Attractions: Water Tower Place, Museum of Contemporary Art

NoRubberStreet Parking-Very Difficult.MinimalNo

8. Horner Park

Website | 2741 W Montrose Ave, Chicago, IL 60618

Horner Park

This 58-acre park is one of the largest parks on the north side and features many opportunities for outdoor activities. There are baseball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, a dog park, plenty of picnic tables, a nature play area, and a great playground.

Horner Park hosts many special events including farmers’ markets, movies in the park, an annual pumpkin patch, and a doggie easter egg hunt!

There’s a large parking lot, bathrooms, and occasional food vendors, and the entire park is a great place for some outdoor playtime. 

YesWood chipsEasy. Parking lot and street parking. ModerateNo

9. Walsh Park 

Website | 1722 N Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60622

Walsh Park

Walsh Park is an awesome playground in Wicker Park, right at an access point for the 606. The 606 is a biking and walking path built on an abandoned rail line. It connects Wicker Park, Logan Square, and Humboldt Park and it’s a great way to explore the city.

The playground features a large modern climbing structure, water features, and more. There’s plenty of shade and places to sit, and it’s within walking distance of tons of great restaurants and shops in the heart of Wicker Park.

NoWood chipsStreet Parking-Moderate.Afternoon ShadePartially. It’s not fully enclosed, but street access is blocked by a fence

10. Edwin C. Berry Playground in Burnham Park

Website | 3100 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60616

side view of climbing structure at edwin c berry playground
Edwin C. Berry Playground

Edwin C. Berry Playground in Burnham Park is undoubtedly one of the best playgrounds in the city, especially during the summer months. It’s right next to 31st street beach and features gorgeous views of Lake Michigan. 

Nearby Attractions: Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium, Soldier Field

Yes, by the beach.RubberMetered Parking-Easy/Moderate. NoneYes

11. Ping Tom Memorial Park 

Website | 1700 S Wentworth Ave, Chicago, IL 60616

side view of Ping Tom Memorial Park in Chinatown, Chicago
Ping Tom Memorial Park

Ping Tom Memorial Park is a great, enclosed playground in the heart of Chinatown. It has pretty standard play structures, but the rest of the park has a beautiful view of the river, lots of great views of trains, and a gorgeous pagoda.

The water taxi has a stop here, so it’s a fun, unique way to get to the park!

Nearby Attractions: Chinatown

YesRubberPaid Parking Lot Nearby. Street Parking is Moderate. ModerateYes

12. Harrison Park

Website | 1824 S Wood St, Chicago, IL 60608

side view of Harrison Park playground in Chicago
Harrison Park

Harrison Park a large, wonderful park in Pilsen. They have pretty typical playground equipment, but more than the average. park, and they have a zipline! It’s located near the National Museum of Mexican Art, and the park hosts many family-friendly events like Movies in the Park.

Nearby Attractions: National Museum of Mexican Art

Yes, in the Field HouseWood chipsStreet Parking-Easy ModerateYes

13. Mary Bartelme Park 

Website | 115 S Sangamon St, Chicago, IL 60607

side view of mary bartelme park
Mary Bartelme Park

Mary Bartelme Park is a super unique playground in the West Loop, right next to Greektown. The playground has a soft rubber surface, a drawbridge structure, and interesting climbing elements.

Nearby Attractions: Greektown, WNDR Museum, Willis Tower, United Center

NoRubberStreet Parking-DifficultMorning ShadeYes

14. Garfield Park Conservatory Play & Grow Garden

Website | 300 N Central Park Ave, Chicago, IL 60624

Garfield Park Conservatory is a worthwhile destination in its own right, but there is also an awesome nature play area outside with a stump obstacle course, a wooden xylophone, and more.

They also have an indoor playground that is being renovated that will surely be one of the best new playgrounds in the city.

Nearby Attractions: The Garfield Park Conservatory is an attraction

Yes, in the conservatoryWood chips, gravel, nature elements Parking Lot-ModerateModerateYes

15. Margaret Donahue Park 

Website | 1230 W School St, Chicago, IL 60657

Donahue Park

Margaret Donahue Park is an adorable Chicago/Cubs-themed playground within walking distance of Wrigley Field. The playground is fully enclosed, and the main playground resembles the Hancock Building and Willis (Sears) Tower.

There are plenty of trees, benches, swings, and a really great free splash pad making it the perfect playground in warm weather.

Nearby Attractions: Wrigley Field, Gallagher Way

NoRubberStreet Parking-Moderate/Difficult.Morning ShadeYes

16. Dunbar Park

Website | 300 E 31st St, Chicago, IL 60616

side view of Dunbar Park with water feature in front
Dunbar Park

Dunbar Park in the Douglas neighborhood has two playgrounds, and the south playground is spectacular. It has plenty to do for little kids and big kids, a splash pad, plenty of shade and benches, a soft rubber surface, and it’s fully enclosed.

Nearby Attractions: Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium, Soldier Field, the Historic Bronzeville Neighborhood, 31st Street Beach

NoRubberStreet Parking-Easy.PlentyYes

17. Mount Greenwood Playground

Website | 3721 W 111th St, Chicago, IL 60655

Mount Greenwood Playground is a huge playground on the far southwest side of the city. The playground is fully enclosed, has a great splash pad, and plenty of playground equipment for all ages. There are nearby bathrooms and a soft rubber surface.

YesRubberStreet Parking-EasyMinimalYes

18. Montgomery Ward Park

Website | 630 N Kingsbury St, Chicago, IL 60654

side view of montgomery ward park
Montgomery Ward Park

Montgomery Ward Park is nestled on the river between River West and River North, making it convenient if you’re downtown, and the river provides some gorgeous views. There are climbing structures, a water spray feature, swings, picnic tables, and a soft rubber surface.

NoRubberStreet Parking-DifficultMinimalYes

Northern Suburbs

19. Meineke Park

220 E Weathersfield Way, Schaumburg, IL 60193

side view of playground with blue and green equipment
Meineke Park
Yes, in the pool building. Turf with some rubberParking Lot-EasyMinimal/ModerateNo

20. Prospect Park

Website | 733 N Prospect Ave, Park Ridge, IL 60068

pirate ship structure at prospect park
Prospect Park

Prospect Park playground is a super fun pirate-themed playground with a soft rubber surface. There is a larger play structure and a smaller play structure, but both are pretty accessible for all ages.

There is an awesome splash pad next to it, but the splash pad has a fee. There’s a parking lot, clean bathrooms, and a lot of open space to run and play.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyMinimalNo

21. Sunset Woods Park

Website | 1801 Sunset Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035

Sunset Woods Park

Sunset Woods Park is one of the best parks I’ve ever been to for a few reasons. There are 3 separate playgrounds, all right near each other.

There’s a fully enclosed toddler playground with a sandbox, a toddler climbing structure, a soft rubber surface, and several swings. In the swings area, they have an accessible swing, some baby swings, and a grown-up/baby swing combo, which I’ve only seen at one other park. My son loved it, and I wish every park had a swing like that!

They have an older wooden playground with some fun climbing elements and woods chips for the surface.

The new playground is really the star of the show with a great rocket ship structure, a soft rubber surface, some fun merry-go-round features, and more.

There’s ample parking, clean bathrooms, a pavilion. and plenty of shade.

YesThe newest playground is rubber, the other two have wood chips. Parking Lot-EasyPlentyThe toddler playground is, but the others are not.

22. Bison’s Bluff

Website | 1111 E Schaumburg Rd, Schaumburg, IL 60194

Bison’s Bluff

Bison’s Bluff is an amazing nature-themed playground in Schaumburg that is particularly fun on warm days when the water elements are turned on. In addition to a climbing/slide structure that is built in rock structures, there are waterfalls, streams, sand, and plenty of ways for kids to dig around and get some mud on their hands.

There’s also a nature trail and nature center next to the playground that can make your trip into a whole day of fun.

There’s parking, multiple pavilions, and clean bathrooms.


  • Be aware that this playground does cost money. It costs $3 for non-residents and $2 for residents for an hour of play, but when were there the “hour” was not enforced, and we were there much longer. I’ve heard they do enforce it when it’s really crowded, though I though I thought it was pretty busy when we went. My daughter had so much fun at this playground, I definitely think the fee was worth it, but I know it may be a deal-breaker for some.
  • Definitely bring a change of clothes or two. My daughter got so sandy and wet, we had to change her a few times.
YesWood chipsParking Lot-EasyModerateYes

23. Burning Bush Trails Park

1313 N Burning Bush Ln, Mt Prospect, IL 60056

Burning Bush Trails Park

Burning Bush is a favorite amongst parents, and I think it’s excellent for older kids. They have a toddler structure, but it’s pretty standard, but the main climbing areas and structures (like the one pictured above), were not super accessible for my 3.5-year-old.

It’s a very cool playground with easy parking and some shade, but it’s definitely ideal if your kids are school-aged.

Rubber and wood chipsParking Lot-Moderate. It was small. I believe there’s also street parking.Moderate

24. Earl J. Field Park

Website | 4631 N Overhill Ave, Norridge, IL 60706

Norridge Park

Earl J. Field Park is a gem in Norridge. Not only is this playground super fun, but there is an amazing pool/splash right next to it (but you have to pay for that part).

There’s a rocket ship play structure, and very large younger-kid play structure as well.

Wood chips.Parking Lot-EasyModerateNo

25. Jackman Park

1011 Lehigh Ave, Glenview, IL 60025 

Jackman Park

Jackman Park is one of the best toddler playgrounds we’ve visited. Older kids can definitely have fun, but everything in the playground is accessible for younger kids. They have two play structures, both of which incorporate lots of pretend play elements.

There are plenty of shaded picnic tables, a field with a gazebo, and it’s right across from a metra stop, making it a great place for train sightings.

It’s across from the Glenview Public Library, and there’s a nearby ice cream and donut shop.

In the train station across the street or in the library.RubberParking Lot- ample parking on the weekends, but the parking lot is not available during the week. I’ve been able to find parking on nearby streets or by the library, but it can be a bit trickier than on the weekend!ModerateYes

26. Fountain Square Park

1751 Gibson Dr, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 

side view of fountain square park in elk grove village
Fountain Square Park

Fountain Square Park has a great playground, a bocce ball court, a bike/pedestrian trail, and a huge splash pad.

The splash pad hours are different than the general playground, so be sure to check the hours before heading there!

NoWood chipsStreet Parking-EasyMinimalNo

27. Bowen Park 

1800 N Sheridan Rd, Waukegan, IL 60085

Bowen Park is a beautiful playground built into the hillside of the park. There are fun climbing elements, a water spray feature, a gazebo, and plenty of trees.


28. Deerpath Park 

50 Memorial Dr, Vernon Hills, IL 60061

side view of castle-themed park
Kids Castle Playground at Deerpath Park

Deerpath Park is affectionately known as “Castle Park” because of the main play structure that looks like a castle.

It has a soft rubber surface, bathrooms, a parking lot, and is a great place for your kid to transport to the Renaissance.

YesRubberParking Lot-Easy, but a bit of a walk from the playground. Bring a stroller/wagon if you have littles. ModerateYes, on three sides.

29. Clarkson Park

Churchill St, Northfield, IL 60093

side view of clarkson park
Clarkson Park

Clarkson Park is an outstanding playground with great amenities. There’s a nearby parking lot, close, clean bathrooms, a pavilion, a gazebo, plenty of shade, a really fun, free splash bad, and an above average play structure with a soft rubber surface.

This playground is a hidden gem that I don’t hear talked about that often.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyModerateNo

30. Centennial Park in Park Ridge

Website | 100 S Western Ave, Park Ridge, IL 60068

Centennial Park

Centennial Park is mostly on this list because of all the other features of the park. The playground is totally fine. A few great play structures, swings, but nothing that really stands out.

However, it’s next to a fantastic pool/splash pad (but you have to pay), there’s nearby bathrooms, parking lots, baseball fields, and a sledding hill in the winter.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyNoneNo

31. Deicke Park 

11419 IL-47, Huntley, IL 60142

side view of playground with sign that says Deicke Discovery Zone
Deicke Discovery Zone

Deicke Park is almost always mentioned when it comes to the “best playgrounds in Chicagoland”, and it’s because of all the unique pretend play elements.

There’s a pretend town area, a school bus structure, a sand box, and more!

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyModerateYes

32. Duke Park

Glencoe, IL 60022

Duke Park

Duke Park is a beautiful little park in Glencoe. There’s plenty of shade, a great play structure, a nice, free splash pad, and the best part is the little hand crank trains.

I couldn’t get a picture because there were too many kids, but it’s awesome.

NoRubberParking Lot-EasyModerateNo

33. Warren Township

17801 W Washington St, Gurnee, IL 60031

side view of sandbox with playground in the background
Warren Township Playground

Warren Township Playground tops many lists of best playgrounds. There are different areas of the park, a dinosaur dig/sandbox area, a pirate ship area, and a giant play structure.

YesWood chipsParking Lot-EasyModerateYes

Western Suburbs

34. Harvester Park 

15W400 Harvester Dr, Burr Ridge, IL 6052

Harvester Park

Harvester Park is truly one-of-a-kind. This awesome park is Route 66 themed, and there are fun play sculptures around the park to represent that. The main play structure is in the shape of the Willis Tower, and the slide is huge.

There are in-ground trampolines, a zip line, a few merry-go-round options, a music cabin area, a pavilion, bathrooms, and a very cool sandbox. This playground has everything, though it is lacking some shade.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyMinimalNo

35. Sensory Garden

2751 Navistar Dr, Lisle, IL 60532 

Sensory Garden

The Senroy Garden in Lisle is designed to be inclusive for kids of all abilities. They are still fundraising for the main accessible play structure, so I imagine it will only get more impressive. They have this tree-house slide structure (pictured above), a structure designed for smaller kids, music play areas, a nature area, and more.

There’s a huge parking lot that is pretty removed from the playground, so parking is easy but you don’t have to worry about runners escaping to the parking lot.


36. Discovery Playground 

1825 Short St, Lisle, IL 60532

Discovery Playground

Discovery Playground in Lisle is also designed with accessibility in mind, and it’s directly next to the Sea Lion Aquatic Center. There’s a nearby skate park, parking lot, and many sports amenities in the area.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyNoneYes

37. Veterans Memorial Park Westmont 

55 E Richmond St, Westmont, IL 60559

Veterans Memorial Park

Veteran’s Memorial Park is an awesome playground with multiple different sections. There’s a more standard play structure that’s desgined for bigger kids that has plenty of trees for shade.

There rest of the. playground is pirate-themed, and the giant sandbox has “buried treasure” elements, and the little kids area features a huge pirate ship!

There are nearby bathrooms and parking, too.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyPlentyNo

38. 95th Street Community Plaza

3109 Cedar Glade Dr, Naperville, IL 60564

95th Street Community Plaza

95th Street Community Plaza is an awesome literary-themed playground, that has cute book elements throughout. There’s also giant splash pad that’s free to use directly next to the playground.

There’s a soft rubber surface, bathrooms, a parking lot, and plenty to do for kids of all of ages.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyMinimal, but there are some shaded pavilions on the side of the playground. No

39. Darien Community Park

7100 Clarendon Hills Rd, Darien, IL 60561

Darien Community Park

Darien Community Park is a beautiful park with two huge playgrounds. One is designed for older kids and features more traditional equipment and large climbing structures.

The other playground is located across the park, and it’s designed to be an accessible playground and a bit more geared towards younger kids. There’s a bunch of pretend play elements, inculding. pirate ship, a firehouse, and more.

RubberParking Lot-EasyModerateYes

40. Wolf’s Crossing Naperville 

3252 Wolf’s Crossing Rd, Naperville, IL 60564

Wolf’s Crossing

Wolf’s Crossing is a sprawling playground in Naperville with a huge splash pad, lots of interesting playground equipment, an outdoor fitness center, parking and bathrooms. There’s a soft rubber floor, and a shaded pavilion area, but overall the playground is lacking shade. Still, it’s a fantastic spot.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyMinimal on playground, but there is some shade on the sideYes

41. Children’s Garden at Morton Arboretum

Morton Arboretum Visitor Center, 4100 IL-53, Lisle, IL 60532

Children’s Garden at Morton Arboretum

The Children’s Garden at Morton Arboretum is truly special nature playground that will allow your kids to pretend like they are living in a tree house.

There are multiple different sections to this playground, and they are all enveloped by the beautiful trees of the arboretum. There’s some climbing structures, a pond, a water spray feature, an evergreen walk, and more.


  • This park requires paid admission to the Morton Arboretum. It can be quite pricey, though it’s cheaper on Wednesdays. If you think you’ll go often, a membership is probably worth purchasing.
YesWood chips, dirtParking Lot-EasyPlentyYes, it’s in the Arboretum.

42. Rehm Park

1000 S Scoville Ave, Oak Park, IL 60304

Rehm Park is. a shady oasis in Oak Park. They have a bunch of unique climbing elements, and hand-crank trains!

It’s right across from the Oak Park Conservatory, so you can hit that up before or after your visit.


South Suburbs

Wolf Wildlife Park

43. Wolfe Wildlife Park

W 109th St &, Laramie Ave, Oak Lawn, IL 60453

Wolfe Wildlife Park has a nature trail, and two playgrounds throughout the park. One is geared towards younger kids and the one above is the bigger kid playground. There’s an observation deck nearby, and a parking lot.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyModerateNo
Memorial Park

44. Memorial Park Oak Lawn 

W 103rd St, Oak Lawn, IL 60453

Memorial Park is a solid park with a rocket-themed play structure, a free splash pad, bathrooms, a lagoon, and shaded paviliion. Everything is close together, so it’s a great family destination.

YesWood chips/gravelStreet Parking-EasyMinimalNo
Leigh Creek South Park

45. Leigh Creek South Park

1900 Heatherglen Dr, New Lenox, IL 60451

Leigh Creek South Park is one of the most accessible playgrounds I’ve seen. It’s all soft-rubber surface with ramps, and lots of elements that are inclusive for kids with disabilities.

NoRubberParking Lot-Easy Minimal, there are shade sailsNo

46. Laramie Park

12521 S Kostner Ave, Alsip, IL 60803

Laramie Park

Laramie Park is the best playground I’ve been to in the south suburbs. It’s a turf floor, interesting play elements, basketball hoops, a water spray feature, and a nearby parking lot.

Yes, porta pottieTurfParking Lot-EasyMinimal on playground, but there is a shady pavilion No

47. Bremen Heights

Midlothian, IL 60445

Bremen Heights

Bremen Heights has awesome play structures and a ninja warrior playground.

Yes, nearbyWood chipsParking Lot-EasyNoneNo

48. Firefighter’s Park

1 Manor Dr, New Lenox, IL 60451

Firefighters Park

Firefighter’s Park is a must for kids who love fire trucks! There are two playgrounds, and one is fire engine red, with a pretend fire truck, and other firefighter-themed play elements. There’s a 4 person teeter totter, and some spring animals, too.

Yes, a porta pottyWood chipsParking lot-EasyNoNo

49. Fort Frankfort

22108 S 80th Ave, Frankfort, IL 60423

Fort Frankfort

Fort Frankfort is a really fun, wooden playground with a “fortress” theme. There are shady pavilions, and a nearby splash pad (for a cost). There’s parking, bathrooms, and it’s a fun, unique playground!

YesWood chipsParking Lot-EasyModerateYes

50. Centennial Park

15600 West Ave, Orland Park, IL 60462

Centennial Park

Centennial Park is mostly on this list because of the other opportunities in the park. The playground is fine. It’s right next to bathrooms, and it’s enclosed. There’s plenty of parking nearby, but the playground itself doesn’t really stand out. There is an amazing pool across the park, a fishing pond, and many sports fields.

YesRubberParking Lot-EasyMinimal on the playground, but there was some shade off to the side. Yes

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