The Best Playgrounds on Cape Cod
We are calling all parents and guardians! We have put together this quick resource for you and your kiddos this summer! This summer, make a point to start a playground bucket list with your kids, and check out all of these fun playgrounds!
Veterans Field Playground
702 Main St, Chatham, MA 02633
Veterans Field playground is a beautiful, large, nautically themed playground that is great for kids between the ages of 5 and 12. This playground is in the perfect location as it is minutes away from downtown Chatham shops, ice cream stores, and restaurants. This playground features swings, teeter-totters, slides, rope climbing structures, monkey bars, a lighthouse playhouse, and much more! This top-tier playground is one you can't miss out on. There are shaded picnic tables for parents, restrooms available, and parking is limited across the street.
Orleans Elementary School Playground
46 Eldredge Park Way, Orleans, MA 02653
Orleans Elementary School playground is a hidden gem located behind the school to the left. This modern playground has areas for toddlers and older kids which makes it perfect for all to enjoy. This playground is equipped with many climbing areas, a musical area, swings, tons of hiding spots, and much more. Located nearby you can all take advantage of the soccer fields, basketball court, tennis courts, and baseball diamond. There is plenty of seating for parents and parking is no problem!
Marguerite Ickis Playground aka Johnny A. Kelley Recreation Area
180 Old Bass River Rd, South Dennis, MA 02660
Marguerite Ickis Playground is a very popular shaded playground that is made of 100% recycled materials. This playground is great for young children as there are fun little structures not too high off of the ground. There are swings, bouncing structures, climbing structures, playhouses, and other unique activities that guarantee a fun time for the kids. Close by there are fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, and walking paths. Parking is very easy so no need to worry and there are restrooms, picnic tables, and grills available. One of the unique things about this park is the Braille Trail which has interpretive signs in Braille along the way. There is also a learning Braille center connected to the playground.