Walker Mill Regional Park-Woodland Wonderland Playground located in Capital Heights, MD. The natural setting of the park inspired lead landscape architect, René Albacete to design the 8,200 square foot playground into a “Woodland Wonderland”, as it contains numerous large stately trees, which remain from the original farm property use. Once part of a former tobacco plantation, the park maintains its rural character with features such as … Continue reading Walker Mill Regional Park-Woodland Wonderland Playground
Our Special Harbor Spray Park at Lee District, located in Alexandria, FREE, fully accessible Chesapeake-Bay themed sprayground has fun features including a spraying osprey nest, Chessie the sea serpent, misting sunflowers and a lighthouse. The beach area is quieter with softer bubblers and interactive water tables. The computerized water maze and dumping crab basket provide more lively activity. For safety, children (15 years and younger) enjoying … Continue reading Our Favorite Places To Splash!
Spring is in the air and new babies are on the farm. Frying Pan Farm Park is one of our favorite outdoor places in the D.C. metro area. Frying Pan preserves and interprets farm life of the 1920s to 1950s and is the home to a wide range of animals including, horses, pigs, turkeys, chickens, peacocks, goats, sheep, and rabbits. Kids love getting up close to the … Continue reading Frying Pan Farm Park
River Farm is the headquarters of the American Horticultural Society. Situated on 25 landscaped acres overlooking the Potomac river, it is an idyllic escape within the Washington, D.C. area. The picturesque property is also home to a Children’s Garden. Entry to the property is FREE. It comprises a variety of themed gardens designed to stimulate children’s interest in plants and nature. It offers a … Continue reading River Farm
CLEMYJONTRI PARK is a HUGE playground in McLean, VA. It features a unique playground where children of all abilities can play side-by-side. This park is a place where children who use wheelchairs, walkers or braces, or who have sensory or developmental disabilities, can have a parallel playground experience of fun and exploration. To the casual observer, the playground at Clemyjontri Park (The name CLEMYJONTRI is derived … Continue reading CLEMYJONTRI PLAYGROUND