19 Inclusive Playgrounds for All Kinds of Kids

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Swing, slide, spin, and smile—every kid has the same goal when heading to the playground. But, not all kids have the physical abilities needed to master traditional playground equipment. The good news? Many communities are taking everyone’s consideration when designing new play structures—allowing those with special needs to play alongside their peers. We rounded up our favorite from coast to coast, flip through to find one near you!

Kenosha Dream Playground – Kenosha, Wi

Built by a crew of 3,000 volunteers in 2015, this park offers 15,000 square feet of inclusive play space for kids of all ages. The playground highlights Kenosha landmarks like lighthouses, a ship, a streetcar and an AMC Rambler car. Unique features include a key-activated wheelchair swing, a wheelchair accessible merry-go-round as well as braille and sign language displays. The youngest tots can play in the separate area designed for the under five crew and the whole park is fully-enclosed by a fence purchased by donors.

Online: visitkenosha.com

photo: Kenosha Dream Playground via Facebook

Do you know of an inclusive playground in your area? Share it in the Comments below!

— Kate Loweth & Christal Yuen

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