These are just a a few examples of playgrounds in Alabama. Please visit the Accessible Playground Directory for a full listing.
Thompson Middle School—1509 Kent Dairy Rd.
City of Anniston
Zinn Park–101 W. 14th Street
City of Jasper
APEX Playground (AccessiblePlayground Extreme EXperience)–located at Memorial Park, 1020 Kiker Lane. It is located in the center park surrounded by Woods Walking Trail, the Natatorium, the pond and a pavilion. After the playground was destroyed by arson, it was built back better than ever. It now includes a splash pad and sunshades.
City of Mobile
Langan Park–4901 Zeigler Boulevard. This is a Boundless Playground. There is a Pedestrian Bridge connects the playground and park area of Langan Park to the Mobile Museum of Art across Three Mile Creek
Playground and Garden for All Children–resides in Delano Park, 825 Gordon Drive, SE. From BuzzzBee’s Flower Garden to Mr. Turtle and the Great Tree to Owl and the Story Circle, the Playground and Garden for All Children will be devoted to entertaining and educating all children in a natural environment about the treasures of Alabama’s incredible biodiversity. The Tennessee River-themed River Wild garden is like walking through the Tennessee River valley. The garden will consist of a walkway made to mimic the Tennessee River. Sculptures and plants along the walkway will reflect the native plant life and wildlife of the area.
Rotary Miracle Playground–located behind Westgate Park Recreation Center, 501 Recreation Road. This community build playground has more handicap accessible playground equipment than almost any other accessible playground that Landscape Structures has built. The playground is ramped with double-wide ramps; has a Sway Fun and a music area as well as many other play structures.
Rotary Park–located at the Enterprise Recreational Complex on Hwy. 167 N
John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground–– directly behind the Sparkman Civic Center, 406 Nance Ford Road. In addition to the playground there is a splash pad. See pictures
Veteran’s Park–-located right next to Spain Park High School on Valleydale Rd. There are five sensory stations and adapted swings.
Everybody Can Play Playground–500 Drake Avenue Southwest. The playground includes swings, music station, elevated sandbox, ramped structures and much more. Only a portion of the playground as pour-in-place surfacing. The rest is engineered wood fiber. The Playground is a project of GameTime. An accessible splash pad will be open in the summer of 2012.
Vaughn Road Park–3620 Vaughn Road. This is Boundless Playground. This playground features equipment from several manufacturers, includingBigToys.
Nucor Community Park–On the grounds of United Cerebral Palsy of Western Alabama, 1100 UCP Parkway. The playground includes climbing structure, play panels, adaptive swings, and a raised sand box.
Riverfront Park–100 Riverfront Drive. One mi./1.5 km of inviting shoreline on Pickwick Lake. Boat launches, fishing piers, docking facilities,picnicking, walking trails, restrooms. Excellent facilities for family outings and fishing tournaments. This is a Boundless Playground.