Post-Katrina Playground

a playground

Is there a playground in your neighborhood? Playgrounds and parks provide a place for neighbors to meet, play, exercise and enjoy each other's company and the outdoors.

Some playgrounds just have open space. Others may have a game field marked off. And still others have structures, such as sandboxes, slides, "monkey bars" or others.

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another play area in the snow

Playgrounds may be owned and run by the city or town, the neighborhood, a school or community organization.



Toddlers playing on a playground.

External linksEdit

  • Boundless Playgrounds "Boundless Playgrounds, Inc. partners with local communities to build inclusive playgrounds where children of all abilities can learn and play together."
  • Find Playground Designs on Landscape Structures

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