Finding great neighborhood parks is one of those things that helps keep parents sane.
Where else can you go to let the kids burn off some energy where you don't feel you have to supervise them 100% of the time? Where else can they have access to such a wide range of activities for free?
Packed with slides, swings and sand pits, a great neighborhood park:
If you're out running errands or visiting family and the kids are getting antsy, you're probably thinking, "What are the parks near me?" This is where Great-Kids-Parks can help!
You may already have your go-to park nearby where you often take your kids when they need some "outdoor" time. But what if there's another great park nearby with even more features for your kids to enjoy? Again, this is where Great-Kids-Parks can help!
Let's say that your favorite park has a play structure and that your kids have pretty much explored every last inch of it.
Your kids might be happy with that, but what if they also had access to:
The possibilities are (almost) endless and when you find a great match between your kids and a park, the entertainment can last for hours!
What makes a great kids park depends a lot on how your children play.
Some kids are diggers, some are climbers, some are swingers, and virtually all are drawn to water.
Parents with two kids that are several years apart are looking to find a place where one can be safe while the other has more room to explore.
But how do you go about finding public parks that are a good match for you and your kids without personally visiting each and every one of them?
Great-Kids-Parks provides you with all of the following information to help you find the best park for you and your kids:
Fill out our recommendation form to submit the park.
While I'd love to visit every single neighborhood park in the United States, there is only so much car time my kids will tolerate!