Ypsilanti’s Clubview Park – Tuesday Playground Profile
This profile of Ypsilanti’s Clubview Park Playground is 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 Clubview Park Playground in Ypsilanti Township.
Ypsilanti’s Clubview Park
While Clubview Park is nestled in an Ypsilanti Township neighborhood north of Ellsworth, it is a fairly large park. With two play structures – one for toddlers and preschoolers and one for older kids – it is perfect for all ages.
Clubview Park Profile
Location: 39 S Clubview Drive, Ypsilanti
Unique Features: Cool playground design, unique climbing elements, standing see-saw
Swings: Yes – 4 Regular, 2 baby, 1 tire
Shade: Around the playground
Sports Fields: Yes – Tennis, Volleyball
Walking Trails: Yes, gravel connecting the three street entrances to the playground.
Parking: Street Parking on S Clubview Dr, Fairhills Dr, and Hillcrest Blvd. (Hillcrest is closest to the play structure)
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Ypsilanti’s Clubview Park Playground Profile
Ypsilanti’s Clubview Park is a large park with tennis courts, open fields, and a play area. The play area features 2 play structures, one for kids ages 2-5 and one for older kids.
The larger play structure is one of the more unique plastic structures we have encountered. It has a fish decorated climber, a log to climb, and other fun climbing activities. My daughter loved it – and she gets to visit a lot of playgrounds.
The small structure is perfect for younger kids. It has a twist slide and several lower slides. It is the perfect height for younger kids.
In addition to the two main structures, there is a stand-alone section with swinging pole climbers and chain ladders.
Clubview Park also offers a standing see-saw, a tire swing, regular swings, and baby swings. The baby bucket swings are a step up from the plain black ones. They are molded with a higher back to provide more support.
There is plenty of room for other activities with tennis courts, volleyball court, and open fields for playing. There is also a pavilion and areas for seating.
Have you been to Ypsilanti’s Clubview Park?
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