Kids with mobility challenges may enjoy playgrounds designed with their needs in mind. Spartanburg has a couple accessible and inclusive playgrounds for children, and you’ll find a few more in the nearby Greer/Taylors area. These playgrounds often feature rubberized play surfaces, accommodating high backed swings, ramps, and sensory panels. Here’s a list of Inclusive Playgrounds in and near Spartanburg.
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Miracle Park, a portion of North Spartanburg Park, is a fully accessible playground that features a soft-surface, packed mulch playground, ramps to accessible play features, and a rubberized wheelchair-accessible baseball field.
Cleveland Park has a fully accessible playground with full-support swings, rubberized ground cover, paved sidewalks and zero-entry access to both the playground and several play structures.
Read our full review of Cleveland Park.
Home to a fully accessible playground, this park is located in Boiling Springs.
This park includes:
*Century Park is closed for a complete renovation, which includes an accessible playground.
Your children will feel like they are in a huge tree house in the woods at Kids Planet at Century Park. There is an enclosed accessible playground, enclosed preschool playground, and enclosed big playground.
Read our review on Kidding Around Greenville of Century Park.
Home to the Greenville County Parks & Rec office, you will find the Boundless Playgrounds, a fully-accessible, sunny playground beside a preschool playground and lots of swings at the entrance off Old Spartanburg. If you go in the Scottswood entrance, you’ll find an enclosed, sunny playground with swings, sandbox, and a grassy space. With a dog park, tennis courts, paved trail and even an ice rink and bounce house inside, you will find something for everyone to love.
Read our review on Kidding Around Greenville of the Pavilion.