This will (hopefully) become a total list of all playgrounds in Ann Arbor with pictures. Playground Menu!
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Click Playground Name to see map on Playground page.
|Allmendinger Park||Handicap swing for disabled children, sand & water table, climbing wall, baseball and soccer fields, barbecues, picnic tables, very shady!|
||Bryant Elementary||Find the fossil hidden in one of the structures!|
|Buhr Park||Swings, cannon, bouncy logs, and play structure.|
|Burr Oak Park||Wheelchair accessible play structure|
Basketball courts and a baseball diamond also present.
multi-level with slide poll.
|County Farm Park||Very large play structure, rope climbing thing.|
Really cool all wooden structure with maze.
Wait, there's an even bigger one on the other side of the school!
|Esch Park||Playground, swings, basketball, baseball diamond.|
|Frisinger Park||Unique play structure and teeter-totter.|
|Gallup Canoe Livery Playground||
Long slide built into hill. Rock wall.
There is another playground in Gallup Park, on the other side of the river.
|Haisley Elementary||Wheelchair accessible play structure|
|Island Park||Swings, pavilions, paved paths, grill, picnic tables|
|Lakewood Elementary School||Two playgrounds, cement walkways in between, near a fitness trail and community garden|
|Mary Beth Doyle Park||
Advanced 5-12 age structure. In a large park with a wetland preserve and disc golf course.
|Maryfield Wildwood Park||Picnic tables, shady, sand pit, soccer fields, basketball, and Little Free Library.|
|Mixtwood Pomona Park||Sand pit with tons of toys|
|Mushroom Park||Fun hills, 300 year old tree|
|Northside STEAM School||
Large play structure, climbing wall, horizontal zip line, lots of swings. Adjacent Northside Park has a pavilion, soccer fields, ball diamonds, 2 tennis courts and a basketball court.
Best access is from Taylor and Peach Streets.
|Olson Park||Basketball court, pavilion, dog park, biking trail, pond, and soccer fields.|
|Plymouth Parkway Park||access to Traver Creek|
|Rose White Park||Structure is new (2006). Small park is a favorite of dog owners in the neighborhood. There's a metallophone that you can play music on!|
|Scheffler Park||Has permanent street hockey setup.|
|Southeast Area Park||
Two nice structures placed about 150m apart.
Would be great for opposing capture-the-flag castles.
|South Maple Park||Tennis courts, basketball court, swings (but they are broken)|
|Veteran's Memorial Park||Swings, bathrooms, picnic tables, barbecues, sledding hills, skate park, tennis courts, baseball fields, ice arena|
|Virginia Park||Swings, sand pit, basketball court, soccer field|
|Waterworks Park||Picnic areas, grills, nice to take a stroll through.|
|Wellington Park||Sand pit, picnic tables, soccer field|
|West Park||Baseball diamond, band shell, tennis & basketball courts, paved walkways, underground creek, and boardwalk over a pond.|
|Winewood Thaler Park||Basketball, sandpit, swings|
|Small, neighborhood park with a softball field and a tennis court.|
|Wurster Park||Soccer fields, sand pit|