Belize Park – Tuesday Playground Profile
This profile of the Ann Arbor’s Belize Park Playground is also part of our Tuesday Playground Profiles Series. Are you interested in sponsoring the series? Contact us for details.
Each week Ann Arbor with Kids is profiling a different playground in the Ann Arbor area including Ann Arbor, Saline, Ypsilanti, Dexter, etc. Today we are profiling Ann Arbor’s Belize Park Playground.
Belize Park is a small neighborhood park in Ann Arbor’s Water Hill neighborhood.
Belize Park Profile
Location: 742 Fountain St (at intersection with Summit)
Unique Features: Shade, Ride On Toys, Small Neighborhood Park
Swings: 1 traditional, 1 infant buckets
Shade: Yes. The playground is below street level and surrounded by mature trees.
Sports Fields: No
Walking Trails: Only paths connecting the park to both Summit and Fountain St
Parking: Street Parking.
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Belize Park Playground Review
Belize Park has a small structure, swings, and a few ride-on toys that have been left for community use.
The playground features a twisty slide and a lower side-by-side slide.
Belize Park is a small neighborhood park. It is the perfect stop while on a walk or for a short playdate with a few kids. Even better, pair it with a visit to other local parks in walking distance. Hunt Park is just 3 blocks away (0.3 miles). Mixtwood Pomona Park is 0.6 miles away. Make a day of it and explore all 3 parks. West Park is also only 0.6 miles away.
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