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This profile of Ann Arbor’s Bromley 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 Bromley Park in Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor’s Bromley Park
Bromley Park – Playground Features
Playground Profile Last Updated: August 20, 2021
Accessible Structure: No
Slides: 3, Straight Slide, Curved Slide, Racer Slide
Monkey Bars: Yes
Zip Line: No
Climbing Apparatus: No
Merry Go Round: No
See Saw: No
Swings: 2 traditional swings, 2 baby swings, 1 parent/baby swings, 0 adaptive swings, 0 tire swings
Ground Activities: Yes
Surface: Wooden Mulch
Shade: Partial Shade – Some shade available from trees depending on time of day (photos taken shortly after sunrise). Little Free Library in shady patch with log stools
Bromley Park – Park Details
Park Owner: Ann Arbor
Location: Bromley Park, 2777 Briarcliff St, Ann Arbor, MI 48105, USA
Parking: Street Parking –
Walking Trails: No – Pathway connects to neighborhood sidewalks on both Briarcliff and Sheffield Court
Water Play: None
Sports Fields: Open Fields
Bromley Park Description
Bromley Park is a neighborhood park in the Thurston area. In addition to the structure, the playground includes natural elements with log stools and large logs. The kids can hop from log to log and climb over the larger logs.
In addition, there is alos a log tunnel for the kids to crawl under or climb over.
On my visit (mid-August 2021), it looked like the sandbox had been recently refreshed. The sand was clear of weeds and debris, and was in nice fluffy piles.
The structure features a flexible bridge, a tic-tac-toe spinner, a twisty slide, and two lower racer slides.
In addition, the park also has a bouncer and a spinner. Kids can hold on and go for a spin.
When it is time to take a break from playing, head to the grove of trees where there is a Little Free Library to find a good book to read and settle in on a log.
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