For a full listing of Texas’ playgrounds, please visit our Accessible Playground Directory.
Rotary Playground–resides in Freedom Park. The Playworld Systems playground includes climbing walls, slides, a rope bridge, two handicap-accessible swings, ground-level activities with wheelchair ramps and other attractions in a continuous, oval design.
City of Irving
Cottonwood Creek Park–4501 N. Story Rd. Miracle League ball field and accessible playground that includes a custom built treehouses. Note: This playground may have a combination of mulch and rubber surfacing.
City of Longview
AMBUCS Too Universally Accessible Playground–located in Spring Hill Park, 738 Fenton Rd. This Playworld Systems playground includes see-saws with supporting backs, swings, a ramped structure with overhead activities, a pretend play fire truck, climbing structures and much more. The playground has lights so that you can play at anytime Spring Hill Park also has a splash pad.
Casey’s Clubhouse–located in the south eastern corner of Dove Park, 1509 Hood Lane. In addition to the playground there is a 8’ wide x .5 mile concrete walking trail and many other amenities.
The Buddy Carruth Playground for All Children–The playground is near the METRORail Line on Fannin Street and the newly-expanded Hermann Park mini-train. Most equipment at the playground is handicap accessible, and the interactive water playground will keep kids cool in hot weather.
The Vale-Asche Foundation Playground–Memorial Park, located on Memorial Loop Drive near Arnot Street, with convenient parking at the Mayor Jim McConn Memorial Ballfields.. The first playground of Houston’s Playgrounds without limit campaign to open. The playground includes music, a Sway Fun, and tons of shade.
Eastwood Park–5020 Harrisburg Boulevard. The playground is a joint initiative between CVS Caremark, Boundless Playground, the Houston Parks and Recreation Department, and the Houston Parks Board.
Playgrounds Without Limits–located in Alief Park, 11903 Bellaire
Playgrounds Without Limits–Located in Tidwell Park, 9720 Spaulding
Vale-Asche Foundation Playground Without Limits–located at the Metropolitan Multi-Service Center (MMSC), 1475 W. Gray. There is also an adaptive trail that is a 10-foot-wide concrete trail with sidewalk connections. It will be open to people of all abilities, and its unique features will challenge people with mobility and vision disabilities to improve skills needed in everyday life. The trail system will also provide a place where rehabilitation specialists can teach wheelchair and hand bike mobility skills such as driving control, spatial awareness, road safety and back.
T.H. Rogers School–5840 San Felipe A Landscape Structures’ PlayBooster® playstructure utilizes an extensive ramping system to bring everyone to the center of the action, and includes a Sway Fun® glider, reach play panels, Gemini SlideWinder2™, overhead events and more. CoolToppers® shade structures help protect kids from the harmful UV rays. The playground consultant for this playground was Lone Star Recreation.
Lindsay/Lyons Park–2310 Atascocita Road Lindsay/Lyons Park and Sports Complex is a 136-acre facility with two playgrounds one of which is all-inclusive, accessible restroom facilities, paved walking trail around the playground, a sensory garden for sight-impaired children, 10 lighted baseball fields and four lighted softball fields, two lighted football fields, 18 unlighted soccer fields, two lighted soccer fields, a barbecue pavilion, picnic tables, barbecue grills,three 30-seat picnic pavilions, and a concession stand with a pavilion.
Foster Elementary School–1800 Trailwood Village Dr.
AMBUCS™ HUB City Playground–Located in Maxey Park, 26th Street and Nashville Avenue This Landscape Structures playground is nicknamed the “bouncy playground.” The 20,000 square foot playground offers numerous bridges, slides and lookouts. Other amenities include a wheelchair accessible sandbox and swing area. The playground consultant for this playground was Exerplay. In addition the playground, Maxey Park includes baseball fields, basketball court,boat/canoe rental, boat ramp, fishing, Maxey Community Center, Maxey swimming pool (seasonal) and volleyball courts.
Eddie Deussen Jr. Park.–405 Shaffner St. This western themed playground designed by Leathers and Associates has a slide descending from a giant cowboy boot, a “Wild West” maze, a Western town around a sandbox, a spring pony, a bucking bronco platform, swings, tunnels and climbing spaces. The 6,300-square-foot park has other special touches that include a therapeutic swing, a low ladder and crawl tunnel, and a ramp to a rocking covered wagon that allows a child in a wheelchair to join the fun.
Play for All Playground is located at 151 North A.W. Grimes Blvd. The park entrance is located under the railroad bridge. The park includes several pods each intended to develop specific skills for all children including: Retreat Pod, Sensory Pod-Sand Box, Rock Band Pod, Rolling Hill/Performance Lawn, Sensory Pod, All Abilities Playscape, All Ability Swings and Brushy Creek Village life skills area.
Morgan’s Wonderland–Located at 5223 David Edwards Dr. It is the World’s First Ultra Accessible Family Fun Park designed specifically for children and adults with special needs, their family members, caregivers, friends and the entire community. This 25-acre park is a unique oasis, that through the spirit of inclusion, allows people of all abilities to play, learn and share life changing experiences together, in a fun and safe environment. The Park includes: a gymnasium, Sensory Village™, a Butterfly Playground, the Wonderland Express, an Off-Road Adventure Ride, a Carousel, a fishing wharf, the Pirate Island Playground & Sitting Garden, a water, sand and music play area, traditional and adaptive swings and a picnic area. The two playgrounds were built with Landscape Structures Inc equipment and the playground consultant on the project was Lone Star Recreations. Reservations are needed prior to visiting. Please visit their website for all the information. Morgan’s Wonderland is an accessibleplayground.net featured playground.
The Rotary Club of Temple South Accessible Playground–located in Lion’s Park, 4320 Lions Park Rd. The major components of the playground include: three large interconnected decks with play events attached, swings, a whirl, a see-saw, an elevated sandbox, a freestanding hammock, a race car spring rider, and several other play events all designed with accessibility and inclusion in mind. The playground also features a combination of engineered wood fiber and recycled, poured-in-place surfacing.