My preschoolers are climbers, if a park doesn't have things to climb, they simply aren't interested. Often they lose interest quickly in accessible playgrounds - not this one. There truly is something for everyone here - even my climbers. We really enjoyed this park. And, we aren't the only ones, this appears to be a popular, well-used, and well maintained park.
We enjoyed the merry-go-round, large rope climbing pyramid, metal slide and monkey bars here.
This is a quick and easy stop off of Hwy 29. There are even signs to point you in the right direction.
Our favorite park in Grand Forks... Beautiful, well-designed and great access. Two large play-structures, 2 shelters for picnics (by reservation), multiple picnic tables (first come, first served), and an amazing walking path that follows the English Coulee (which is a little scummy, but hey, the ducks love it!) and a gorgeous Japanese rock garden.
"14-year-old Ali Karpenko was born with Spina Bifida. Her dream of having a community playground that is accessible to children with disabilities will be realized in the spring of 2009. Boundless playgrounds are universially accessible so every child can play side by side at her or his own highest level of ability."