My son passed the age of playgrounds, but when he was a toddler and even up to young teen he loved climbing and sliding.
So, whenever I see a cool playground I remember the good times.
The playground at Las Palmas Park in Sunnyvale is one of those fun, creative hang-out spots. There are two playgrounds right next to each other, one for toddlers, one for 4 – 12 year olds. And if you‘ve got a ball player, there is even a great grass field.
The bigger playground is surrounded by water and some interesting sculptures. In the drought they don’t fill the pond which makes the heads look even more fascinating, plus not having water around makes it safer for toddlers. If there is water collecting in the pond it is left-over from the rain we had recently.
Here is a review from Silicon Valley Toddler with a lot of risk management features:
Which one is your favorite playground in the Bay Area?