We were able to help build this playground and have enjoyed it every year with our kids and their friends. Plenty to do and space to run around.
There are a lot of great spaces in this playscape, with places to hide, climb and swing. There is a separate small child area that is easy to observe and contain a wild toddler like mine. I have fun chasing my kids through the stairs, bridges and monkey bars of the structure and they love that they can maneuver more... More
My sons liked to play Hide and Seek here. The heat can be really strong, as there's no shade, except under the shelters. The bathroom is a good walk away. It's an excellent playscape, though, especially for pirate ship minded individuals!
World of Wonder is an excellent playground, with age-appropriate play equipment for ages 2-12 (though my 14 year old still likes going every now and then as well). The playground is well-maintained, with bathrooms that are relatively clean considering they are open to the public. There is also a dog park, as well as a trail to the nearby skateboard... More
After one visit, my kids placed this playground in their "Top 5." They want to return with a group of friends to play hide-and-seek among the different sections and levels. The playground structure itself is phenomenal, but it is positioned in the open sun. The kids got hot quickly. We made use of the shaded picnic shelter to cool down.... More
We enjoyed this playground. It is very nice and well maintained. I am not sure that it lives up to its name. It is an average playground that seemed to always be busy when we drove by. There is nothing wrong with it, just not quite the "wonder" I was expecting.
I really like this playground because not only does it have a lot of sections that a child can play in, it also have a little picnic/sitting area beside the playground. There is also another picnic/sitting area that is on the other side of the parking lot. I also like how there are different spots on the playground of different... More
A very well designed park on the Eastside of Athens. My kids call this the castle park. They love going there to play and there is an adult hang out area with picnic tables and benches. On the opposite end of the park is a dedicated doggie park and rest rooms in the middle. Most people also don't realize there... More
This is a free, community-built, playground. It is very large and has lots of apparatus for kids to swing from, climb, etc. It is appropriate for toddlers as well as older children, probably up to 10.
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