I hope you guys are well.
What if all playgrounds had a name like this?
Or were developed in this manner?
I think the world, at least the parenting world, would be a much happier place. My sister-in-law, Vera, found this playground while searching for places to visit during our vacation in Virginia. We couldn’t get out of the car fast enough to explore this place and yes, there was a huge parking area. Brilliant!
I greatly appreciate a well thought out and constructed playground. This place was so visually beautiful with the rainbow colors. The play areas were age appropriate and even had a square umbrella on top that shielded the sun. Again, brilliant! There’s absolutely nothing like this where I live so my girls had a blast here.
I love the names of each area.
My youngest, Sophia, enjoyed making sounds in the musical area and perfecting her balance.
There was your traditional swings as well as these that are for children who need additional support. I love that concept as well as the safety guard that goes over the child (Sophia was getting off the swing so you can’t see the guard, which is in the back). There was even a swing for children in wheelchairs. I had never seen that before and I immediately thought, “That is so wonderful!” Sorry, I totally flaked on this one ’cause I didn’t take a pic of the swing. I was just too mesmerized with this place and running after Sophia.
My oldest, Olivia, and her cousins, AJ and Victoria loved the hammock. I mean, c’mon, look at those smiles. They’re beaming!
Of course, there’s a great story on how this playground came to life and if you would like to check it out then go here:
I say, “GREAT JOB!” in making this playground and including all of these features for all kids. I hated leaving it behind and wished that something as beautiful as this was closer to me. I can’t wait to visit it again and hopefully go more than once.
This place is definitely a dream come true and worth a visit.
Take good care all.
Until next time…