Best Playground

Reid Park

A lot of criteria goes into what makes a playground good: A good slide is a must, as is something kids can clamber all over. But perhaps the most important feature of a playground is that it’s accessible for the people who want to play on it. Reid Park’s new playground near the DeMeester bandshell features wheelchair-accessible ramps and a rocking feature—sort of like a see-saw for wheelchair-using kiddos. Now that’s a playground!

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2. Himmel Park

3. Tangerine Sky Community Park

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