Inglenook Park in Southfield is a Boundless Playground designed for children of all abilities. The farm-themed playground is located in Southfield on 12 Mile Road, between Evergreen & Lahser roads. The park also offers gravel Jogging/Fitness Trails, Neighborhood Ballfields, a spacious Picnic Area (no shelter), Playlot, Restrooms, Nature Area and Public Parking.
Children’s Play Farm at Inglenook Park
Inglenook Park is currently home to the largest playground in the city of Southfield, Michigan. The 42-acre community space is home to the Children’s Play Farm which consists of farm-themed play equipment, animal cutouts, tractor bouncers, a Sway Fun Glider, a climbing net structure, swings, and more.
The large play structure provides children with plenty of space to run, climb, jump, balance, swing, and slide on the various elements. The smaller toddler area consists of a smaller slide, tunnel, bridge and monkey bars.
Inglenook park also has several swings available including traditional swings, baby bucket swings, two ADA swings, and a tire swing. Sway Fun is a great alternative activity that provides a rocking action for children of all abilities.
Inglenook Park Overview
Play Elements: Large Play Structure, Toddler Play Structure, net climber, Sway Fun, bouncers
Unique structures: Sway Fun and net climber, Boundless Playground
Swings: regular, baby bucket, ADA(2) and tire swings
Surface: Wood chips
Picnic Tables: Yes
Sports Fields: Baseball
Walking Trails: Yes
Parking: Paved lot
Tot Play Structure: Yes
Fenced in: No
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Other Parks in Southfield, Michigan
Bauervic Woods Park
Beech Woods Park
Burgh Historical Park
Carpenter Lake Nature Preserve
Civic Center Park
John Grace Park & Community Center
John R. Miller Park
Lahser Woods Park
Mary Thompson House & Farm
Pebble Creek Park
Stratford Woods Commons
Valley Woods Nature Preserve
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