Visitor’s guide, image gallery, and info for Beverly Park in Livonia (formerly Sunset Park). The 8-acre park offers play structures, a picnic pavilion as well as two baseball diamonds.
The Play Structure at Beverly Park in Livonia
The play area at Beverly Park in Livonia is just over 8,800 square feet. In order to provide a safer play surface, the area is covered with wood chips. The main structure has plenty of places to climb, jump, and also slide.
In addition to the large structure, the play area also hosts a toddler structure. Younger children can enjoy a smaller slide as well as the climber. The area has plenty of swings too. They include simple and baby bucket swings. There is also a tire swing and an ADA swing too.
Older children will love this spider web climber. The climber allows children to test their balance and strength.
In addition to the play area, the park also hosts a picnic pavilion and grills. There are also two baseball diamonds and a portalet restroom.
Beverly Park in Livonia Overview
Play elements: yes, several play elements.
Swings: yes, traditional, bucket as well as ADA swings.
Surface: wood chips in the play area, together with grass.
Unique features: This park is within the neighborhood. The park has several play structures including a toddler area.
Drinking Fountain: none.
Picnic Tables: yes.
Sports Fields: yes, 2 baseball diamonds.
Walking Trails: none.
Parking: yes, free paved parking.
Tot Play Structure: yes.
Fenced in: partial metal fence in the play area as well as a wooden fence around baseball fields.
Seating: yes, around the play area.
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Bernadette Manaay is a proud mom of two wonderful kids, Ianna and Bernard. She has been married to her husband, Ian, for almost 11 years. Bernadette is a Physical Therapist by profession in Metro Detroit. Her family loves to travel and go camping every summer and early fall. Her desire and passion to document her family’s everyday life lead her to become a self-taught photographer. It is very fulfilling to a mom to capture and freeze as many moments as we can because time just flies so fast. See the special memories of her family on her Instagram account: @adetteskyph.