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!

Preston’s H.O.P.E – Beachwood, Oh

Wired with sounds (train whistle, flowing water and more) to guide sight impaired children through the park, Preston’s H.O.P.E. has incredible features that make it a truly unique space for youngsters. ASL speakers don’t have to worry about losing sight of their kids as the play houses have large windows for transparent communication. Slides have decks for wheelchairs, and swings range from bucket to hammock style to ensure everyone has a chance to play.

Online: prestonshope.com

photo: Preston’s H.O.P.E.

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

— Kate Loweth & Christal Yuen

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