Friday, August 19, 2011

22) Annie's Playground

Annie's playground is by far the biggest playground I have ever been to! Located in Fallston it was a little bit of a drive (in fact the same route we took earlier this week to Longwood Gardens) but this playground had so much to do it was worth the trip. Annie's playground is named after a young girl who was killed by a drunk driver and is dedicated to young children who have lost their lives. The tributes and dedications throughout the playground are from families, friends and loved ones and a reminder to why this playground is so important. When you first pull up the playground is immediately impressive, we let out a collective whoa! when we saw it and the Bee immediately told me how much she loved it. We met our friends there, which made the playground even more fun. We had a great time running around and exploring everything together. The playground had lots of slides, bridges, and swings that you would find at a normal playground and some other cool instruments and mazes that were very unique. The only negative to this playground was that it is hard to keep an eye on your kids and therefore if you have a young child you need to stay with them and if you have more then one child that becomes a very tough job. I would like to go back when the girls are a little older and I will worry a little less if I don't see them for a minute

For a full list of Baltimore Playgrounds checkout our Playground tour 2011-2012

1 comment:

  1. I want more and more articles and blogs please post soon such informative structures for kids