2023 playground replacement
Each year the Parks and Recreation Department replaces older playground equipment with fresh new designs and added play features. This fall four playgrounds throughout the city will be replaced.
- Lakeview Knolls Park
9391 Fernbrook Ln N
The playground at Lakeview Knolls Park features a 5-12 and 2-5 structures. The 2-5 structure offers the youngest playground user an age appropriate climbing and sliding opportunity and is accompanied by a spinner and spring rider in close proximity. The 5-12 structure is packed full of climbing, balance and sliding options that allows the park user a variety of use options. The main 5-12 structure also includes two integrated shades to provide comfort on those hot summer days. The play space is completed with spinners, seesaw, spring rider and swings.
- Fish Lake Woods Park
7510 Berkshire Way
The playground design at Fish Lake Woods Park features 10’ PlayOdyssey Tower that has not one but two 10’ slides, a 48” double slide for the younger parks users and play panels for imaginative play. The tower is accessible through a traditional transfer station/stairs or one of three additional climbers. Independent components and a balance circuit are play functionally linked to the main structure giving the user play options without every touching the ground.
- Forestview Ponds Park
9742 Hemlock Ln N
The playground at Forestview Ponds Park features a traditional playground packed with climbing, slides, balance circuit, spinning and upper body components that are play functionally linked together to give the user multiple ways to use it without ever having to touch the ground. The main structure also includes two integrated shades to provide comfort on those hot summer days. The play space is completed with independent music components, spinner and swings.