For a full listing of Idaho’s playgrounds, please visit our Accessible Playground Directory
Adventure Island–located in Meridian’s Settler’s Park at Meridian and Ustick Roads. Adventure Island includes a zero-depth water splash pad, a climbing wall, a “sound garden” of playground components that can be manipulated to create sound, and adaptive swings that can be used by children in wheelchairs or who cannot otherwise use a typical swing. Most of the playground’s raised and ground level panels are accessible by ramps or platforms and wide enough for wheelchairs.
Brooklyn’s Playground–located at 305 S. Arthur. The playground was built by hundreds of volunteers over a five day period out of synthetic lumber. The Brooklyn’s Playground is 28,000 square feet. There is wheelchair accessiblity to seven different levels of the playground. The playground has areas for pretend play, music, swing, climbing and sliding. This is a Leathers and Associates playground. NOTE: Over half has in unitary surfacing. See pictures of the playground
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