Delray Memorial Park in Detroit is a colorful boundless playground with wide open spaces for children to run and play. The park is located adjacent to the Delray Community Center at 420 Leigh in Detroit, Michigan, right off of I-75.
The Delray Memorial park was made possible by a generous grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and other community supporters. The park is a Boundless Playground and one of a handful of accessible playgrounds in Metro Detroit aimed to bring together children of all abilities through play. Detroit is also home to another Boundless Playground, Dad Butler Playfield.
The Delray Memorial Park playground consists of two play structures and many swings. The structures include many different opportunities for children to climb, swing, jump and test their balance. Monkey bars, slides, stepping stones, and a rock wall are some of the many elements that will keep your child busy for hours. Should you need to use the bathroom, restroom facilities are available at the community center next door.
In addition to the play structures, Delray Memorial Park is also home to a basketball court and soccer field.
Delray Memorial Park Overview
Swings: Child swings, baby bucket swings, an ADA swing, and a tire swing.
Surface: Soft material and wood chips
Unique Features: this Boundless Playground includes elements that allow children of all abilities to play.
Bathrooms: community center next door
Picnic Tables: Yes
Sports Fields: soccer field and basketball court
Walking Trails: No
Tot Play Structure: yes
Fenced in: Kind of but very open space
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