Playgrounds have reopened after closures during the stay at home order. Please remember to keep social distance while at the playground. Playgrounds are not sanitized, so please use your own judgement as to whether they are a good option for your family. Amenities like bathrooms and water fountains may not be available due to current restrictions.
Are you looking for a new Ann Arbor Playground to visit? Be sure to check out our Ann Arbor Playground Profiles.
If there is one thing that Ann Arbor has in abundance, it is parks. The City of Ann Arbor owns and operates 159 parks. That doesn’t even count Washtenaw County Parks, or parks in Pittsfield Township, Ypsilanti, Dexter, Saline, etc. While the 159 parks number includes all parks and nature areas, our Playground Profile Series will focus only on parks with playgrounds. A new Playground Profile will be published each Tuesday this summer. The series will continue into the fall and will resume next spring.
Each Ann Arbor Playground Profile will include information about the park – location, playground equipment, park facilities, walking trails, etc. If there’s a particular feature of a playground that you want us to note or you have a suggestions for a park to feature, add it in the comments.
We are looking for a sponsor for our playground profiles. With a sponsor, we plan to upgrade the profiles to allow filtering by park feature. As a sponsor, you’ll have your ad on each profile and this article. New playgrounds will be profiled weekly from May-September.
Ann Arbor Playground Profiles
Check out our Ann Arbor Playground Profiles below:
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And a big Thank You to my daughter! Not only is she visiting these parks with me and posing for pictures, but she also did the design of the two images.