It has two sections one area for the older kids and another for the 2-5 year range.
The variety of things to fully engage a child was amazing. Different types of ladders. Lets just say it has been a couple of decades since I have taken little ones to new park.
The park I have in my neighborhood is the standard I am used to seeing. Swings, slides, and jungle Jim.
Their park had a sandbox which they loved.
They took off their shoes and went in. I have a thing about sand boxes. I looked in it to make sure it was safe. I didn't see any debris. I tried to hold back my OCD. The crazy thoughts kept creeping up. Cat poo, bacteria, disease, trash needles, dead animals.
It was taking all I had to not scoop them up and give them a bath in hand sanitizer.
My Olivia loves her swing. I pushed her on one for at least 20 minutes. There was a swing called a Jennswing. I have never seen one. I saw an older child in it. As I am pushing Olivia, I see Josiah get himself into the Jennswing and strap himself in. He looks at me with the biggest grin and asks me to push him.
I get closer to him and I see that this swing has to be for a disabled child. I thought that was wonderful. All children, no matter what disability, should enjoy the park. A child should know what it is like to have the wind blow on your face while you are on the swing. It is the closet to flying. I looked around to see if anyone who truly needed this swing was waiting in line for it. I would have taken Josiah off the swing immediately.