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Red, White and Blue Playground in Levagood Park – Dearborn

The Red, White and Blue Playground is located in Dearborn’s Levagood Park.  The park is located south of Ford Road and west of Telegraph, on the corner of Silvery Lane and Wilson street, directly across from Divine Child Catholic High School. There is a parking lot facing North Silvery Lane street, leading guests by a handicap accessible play structure, swing set, bathroom and baseball field on the way to Red, White and Blue Playground. This playground is just one of four in Levagood.

Red, White and Blue Playground in Levagood Park

The 38-acre park hosts Dunworth Pool, ball fields, inline skating rink, tennis courts, sledding hill, basketball, walking track (.59 mile), restrooms, sand volleyball, parking lots, wheelchair-accessible playground, picnic tables, drinking fountain in additon to a natural ice rink.

large play structure at Levagood Park

The Red, White, and Blue Playground at Levagood Park features two play structures.  The larger structure has three slides, a rock wall, steps and as well as several climbing elements.  For this reason, the playscape is ideal for adventurous youngsters looking to test out their gross motor skills.

rock wall and slides

The playground was in great condition during my family’s visit. There were many other families using the equipment. However, with two structures, there was plenty of space for many children to play.

The City of Dearborn is home to 7 community parks in addition to more than 30 neighborhood parks and playgrounds.

Red, White and Blue Playground in Levagood Park

Red, White and Blue Playground in Levagood Park Overview

Play Elements: two play structures
Swings: baby bucket swings, 
Surface: artificial turf, grass 
Bathrooms: indoor bathrooms available 
Drinking Fountain: yes
Shade: yes
Pavilion: yes
Picnic Tables: no
Grills: no
Sports Fields: baseball coupled with soccer fields
Walking Trails: paved trails around the park, leading to other play areas and basketball courts 
Parking: there is both parking lot space and street parking 
Tot Play Structure: no
Fenced in: no
Seating: benches and also bleachers nearby 

Find other great places to visit in Dearborn, other playgrounds in Metro Detroit together with our list of our favorite playgrounds in Metro Detroit.

Carissa Orr
Author: Carissa Orr

Early Childhood Professional, “Music with Ms. Carissa,” Mama, and now blogger thanks to MDM! Carissa works as an Early Childhood Consultant for Michigan’s state-funded Preschool Program, the Great Start Readiness Program.  In her spare time, she entertains children and families with live music as part of her Music with Ms. Carissa.  Most importantly, she is “Jack’s Mom” and loves adventuring with her young toddler all around Metro Detroit!