Address: Harvest Hills – Harvest Hills Gate & Harvest Hills Manor NE
Gordie’s Review (10 years old): “The beams were kind of funky. It was connected and interesting.”
Nicky’s Review (7 years old): “I liked the climbing bars, the slide, all the climbing stuff and the flippy thing”
Robbie’s Review (4 years old): “Oh, all of them. All the parts!”
Age Range: 4-12 years
Ground cover: Pour-in-place recycled tire in the main play area, pea gravel by the climbing sticks.
Features: Stick forest with climbing knobs, interconnected school-aged climber with kids and overhead features. Large curvy climber. tall web climber. seat spinner. Swings – 1 regular, 1 baby. Standing spinner.
Surrounding park area: Large park space with green spaces, tennis courts, pathways and fitness park.
Accessibility: The main park area has accessible flooring and large pathways up to the playground.
Shade: Some shade near the playground but many of the trees are still young.
Seating: a few Adirondack chairs and a few benches.
This playground is bright and inviting with some really interesting features. When my kids saw this playground they were really excited to try it out.
There is a ton of equipment that bigger kids will find challenging and engaging but preschool children may find most of the features a bit too difficult.
The park has some nice multi-use features including pathways, tennis courts and a fitness park. The fitness park is set back fairly far from the park but it is in view if you have kids who don’t need direct supervision.
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