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This profile of Ann Arbor’s Tuebingen 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 Tuebingen Park in Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor’s Tuebingen Park
Tuebingen Park – Playground Features
Playground Profile Last Updated: July 2, 2019
Accessible Structure: No
Monkey Bars: Yes
Zip Line: No
Climbing Apparatus: Yes
Merry Go Round: No
See Saw: No
Ground Activities: No
Surface: Wooden Mulch
Shade: Partial Shade –
Tuebingen Park – Park Details
Park Owner: Ann Arbor
Location: 2505 Tuebingen Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Parking: No Parking –
Walking Trails: No – The equipment is in a mulch bed in the middle of a grassy field with no path access. There is a sidewalk/path along Tuebingen/Huron Parkway that connects to Traverwood Library, and local apartments and neighborhoods
Water Play: None
Sports Fields: Open Fields
Tuebingen Park Description
Ann Arbor’s Tuebingen Park is a small park with fitness activities.
Tuebingen Park is not a great choice for younger kids since it does not have traditional playground features. Tweens, teens, and even adults can get a workout on the fitness equipment – particularly in the middle of a walk or run. Younger kids can enjoy the balance beam and swinging on some of the lower bars.
Tweens and Teens will enjoy challenging themselves on the fitness equipment. It was perfect for my 13 year year old who is too tall for the monkey bars at most playgrounds. These were much better for her height.
She also enjoyed challenging herself on the slanted bar. She was able to travel up the slope.
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