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DC Metro Kids: Playgrounds

 

“Best Playgrounds in Virginia” article excerpt from About.com

by Rachel Cooper and About.com

Playgrounds in the Washington, DC Suburbs

 

 

Ashburn Park 43546 Partlow Road, Ashburn, VA
A 16-acre park with three separate playgrounds for different ages. Plenty of shade.

Burke Lake Park 7315 Ox Road, Fairfax Station, VA
Beautiful park with newly renovated playgrounds, a train, carousel, ice cream parlor, nature trails, a lake, fishing, boating, and soccer fields.

Great Falls Grange Playground 9818 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls, VA (703)938-8835
Newly renovated playground with rock climbing walls, tire swings, merry-go-round, and a cave with dinosaur fossils. Plenty of shade, benches, pavilions and picnic tables.

Algonkian Park 20280 Cascades Parkway, Sterling, VA (703) 444-1459
One of the biggest playgrounds in the area with swings, tunnels, bouncing bridges, slides, and ladders. New equipment, plenty of shade, and lots of picnic tables and benches.

Woodmont Park 2422 N. Fillmore Street, Arlington, VA (703) 228-6525
Woodmont Park has new play equipment and nearby facilities for a wide range of ages. Play area includes play houses, rocking whale, slides, a rope bridge and monkey bars. Other facilities include benches, pavilion, basketball court, and a baseball field.

For more Playgrounds see Arlington Virginia Parks & Recreation, and Fairfax County Parks

For The Best Playgrounds in Washington, DC, See Page 1
For The Best Playgrounds in Maryland, See Page 2

To view this page in its original form, please visit: http://dc.about.com/od/childrensactivities/a/BestPlaygrounds_3.htm

©2007 About.com, Inc., a part of The New York Times Company. All rights reserved.

EverythingAshburn.COM is not affiliated with About.com, The NYTC, or its affiliates in any way. We make no warranty of this information, but are merely reprinting for the DC Metro region as a public service announcement.

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