Sunday, March 9, 2014

George Fellows Park

I've been to this park a couple times before when Alice was really little.
It's near the East Library.
You can park there and take the paths down to the playground, 
or access it through the neighborhood.
I parked on Tuckerman.



We weren't there for a minute before a sweet little girl came up to Alice and asked,
"Will you be my bestest friend?"
Alice said she would.
They played together and sang "Let it Go" at the top of their lungs. 


1. Safety- 
This seemed like a very safe park.
It was more geared toward younger children and was even handicap accessible.
Neat!
More sand.
I'm not a fan.

2. Wind/Sun/Shade situation-
It was in the sun, but there were some trees around to provide shade.
There were also covered picnic tables.
Not windy either...at least not while we were there.

3. Crowds-
This was the most crowded park we've visited so far.
(Probably because it was such a nice afternoon.)
But, all of the children were being supervised, so that was nice.

4. Restroom access-
None, but the van was close.
If in a bind, the library is within walking distance.
...just probably not close enough for a 3 or 4 year old to make it in time.

5. Other-
This is a great little playground.
I love it most in the summer when the grass is green.
The path from the library to the playground is great for walking with a stroller, too.
I'll see if I can dig up an old picture...
(Ugh. That took FOREVER. 
Probably has something to do with having 33k photos stored on my computer.
I'll take care of that someday.)
Oh well. 
This was taken in April 2012.
That path goes from the library to the playground.




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