For a full listing of playgrounds in Rhode Island, please visit our Accessible Playground Directory.
Kids’ Kove Playground–resides in Barrington Town Hall Park, 283 County Road. The playground has a gazebo, a dozen swings (two of them oversized), a truck to drive, alligators to jump on, a giant rope pyramid, slides, a rope bridge, hammock and a large tower.
Hasbro Boundless™ Playground–in located in the Roger Williams Park Carousel Village; left of the Carousel Village Café. The colorful, fully enclosed playground with a Mr. Potato Head who greets children of all ages as they enter the park, now boasts a toddler area, slides, drums, play panels throughout the labyrinth of walkways, swings, slides and climbing structures. Children with physical disabilities can enjoy at least 70% of the play activities without having to leave their support equipment behind. The equipment fromPlay & Park Structures is designed to be sensory rich and developmentally appropriate so children with all types of abilities can laugh, play and grow together. There is also a 3,500 square foot sensory garden which houses over 500 plants. Visitors learn about horticulture and the natural world through plants that have different textures, scents and colors.
CVS Caremark Boundless Playground--located atThe Marshall Family Park 1000 Eddy Street
The imPOSSIBLE DREAM Playground–575 Centerville Road. The facility is easily accessible by taking I-95 to Route 117 (West). Look for our sign on your right at the second light. The playground is filled with swings, slides, see saws, sand boxes, fantasy play houses, miniature golf, an activity center, picnic areas and accessible rest rooms. The playground is open April through October, 10:00 to 3:00 Wednesday through Saturday. There is no fee, however, a donation is requested.
Matty’s Place–located at Hazard School on Columbia Street. This playground was designed by Kompan.
Globe Park Elementary–192 Avenue A. The playground was built in mind for those with physical disabilities, sensory issues, visual impairments, deafness, or cognitive delays, too. It includes a good-size jungle gym, swings, a see-saw and more.
The Sarah Jane McCullough Handicapped Play Area–190 Kingstown Road This playground with equipment from Landscape Structures Inc has poured-in-place safety surfacing and a variety of play panels, overhead events and ramps. In addition, a Sway Fun® glider and Elevated Sand Table provide sensory-rich experiences. The playground consultant for this playground was O’Brien & Sons.