Portland, Maine is a great place to raise a family and there are plenty of playgrounds to choose from. Here are five of the best playgrounds in the Portland area:
1. Fort Williams Park: Located in Cape Elizabeth, just a short drive from Portland, Fort Williams Park is home to Portland Head Light, the oldest lighthouse in Maine. The park also features a large playground called the children’s garden with a variety of play structures, swings, and climbing equipment, as well as a picnic area and a beautiful oceanfront view.
2. Deering Oaks Park: Located in the West End neighborhood of Portland, Deering Oaks Park is a popular spot for families with young children. It features a large playground with a variety of play structures, swings, and climbing equipment, as well as a pond, a duck sanctuary, and a large open field perfect for a game of frisbee or soccer.
3. Reiche School Playground: Located in the West End neighborhood of Portland, this playground is known for its unique, inclusive design. It features a variety of play structures and equipment suitable for children of all ages and abilities.
4. Willard Park: Located in South Portland near Willard Beach, Willard Park is a popular spot for families with young children. It features a large, modern playground with a variety of play structures, swings, and climbing equipment. There is also a basketball court, a skate park, and a picnic area with tables and grills, and amazing views of the beach, and not to mention the beach itself!
5. Eastern Promenade Children’s Playground: Located along Portland’s beautiful Eastern Promenade, this playground is a favorite among local families. It features a large, fenced-in play area with a variety of play structures, swings, and climbing equipment. There is also a small beach nearby, perfect for a summertime picnic or a quick dip in the ocean.
No matter which playground you choose, you’ll find plenty of fun and adventure for the whole family in Portland, Maine, and remember if you Make Maine Your Home, you don’t have to do it alone!
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