Just Kids: Accessible Playgrounds

These playgrounds feature ramp access to all levels of the structure, adaptive swing sets and smooth surfaces for wheelchair access.

Acworth

Acworth Sports Complex Playground
4000 South Main St.
Resurgens-built, with ramps that allow children in wheelchairs to reach different levels, soft surfaces for easy swing access, adaptive swing sets and covered decks.

Atlanta

Boundless Playground at Wesley Coan Park
1530 Woodbine Ave.
Equipment for toddler, elementary and middle school-aged children of all abilities. Slides, bridges, crawl-through spaces and safe swings for disabled children.

John Howell Park Playground
801 Virginia Ave.
Poured rubber surfacing, several structures are accessible to all children.

Mayor’s Grove Boundless Playground at Piedmont Park
10th St. and Piedmont Ave.
Interactive, all-abilities playground in the center of Atlanta’s largest park.

All Children’s Playground at Centennial Olympic Park
265 Park Ave.
Low-reach panels, skid-resistant rubber surfaces and wheelchair-accessible glider swings.

Rosel Fann Boundless Playground
365 Cleveland Ave.
Soft rubber surface, wide ramp access to the top of the main structure, umbrellas and shade.

Daniel L. Stanton Park
213 Haygood Ave.
Just south of Turner Stadium, this revamped park became an all-abilities playground thanks to Resurgens. The new space has soft surfaces and several slides of varying heights.

Alpharetta

North Park Adapted Sports Complex
13450 Cogburn Rd.
Multi-level, wheelchair-accessible playground with interactive panels and adapted softball fields with rubber surfaces and flat bases.

Conyers

Rockdale County Miracle League Field and Playground
1249 S. Main St.
Playground is adjacent to the Miracle League field. Complex includes typical baseball fields.

Grayson

Unity Place at Bay Creek Park
175 Ozora Rd.
Resurgens-built, features rubberized surfaces, supportive swings, wide slides and a wheelchair-accessible sandbox. There’s also a wheelchair accessible ball field at the park.

Lithia Springs

All-Abilities Playground at Lithia Springs Park
2922 South Sweetwater Rd.
Resurgens-built, includes special playscapes and structures for all children, including ramp access
and adaptive swings.

Marietta

All Play Playground at East Cobb Park
3322 Roswell Rd.
Resurgens-built structure with ramps to provide access for children in wheelchairs, plus soft surfaces and interactive equipment.

Peachtree City

Luther Holt Memorial All Children’s Playground
151 Willowbend Rd.
On the shores of Lake Peachtree, this all-abilities playground features interactive game boards, slides and shaky bridges, plus high-back swings with harnesses.

Kedron Park Playground
202 Kedron Dr., Peachtree City
Facility also includes a pool, basketball and volleyball courts and a game room.

Sandy Springs

Hammond Park
705 Hammond Dr.
Resurgens-built small, wheelchair-accessible structure with rubberized flooring and image panels with dozens of sign language words.

Suwanee

Peachtree Ridge Park and Playground
3170 Suwanee Creek Rd., Suwanee
Resurgens-built all abilities park and playground. Park also has a wheelchair accessible ball field.

 

Villa Rica

Children’s Playgarden Boundless Playground
3200 Clinton Rd.
High-back swings with five-point harnesses, rubber flooring and ramps connecting all levels, plus an elevated sandbox. 

Winston

Playground at Clinton
Nature Preserve
8270 Ephesus Church Rd.
Fully accessible, adaptive swings, soft surfaces.

 

All-abilities playgrounds are cropping up around town, making play a possibility for every kid.

Resurgens Charitable Foundation
Resurgens Orthopaedic Group. After its inception, the foundation began raising money to build specially designed all-abilities playgrounds for Atlanta children. Over the past nine years, Resurgens has funded the construction of nine such playgrounds in the metro area.

Boundless Playgrounds
Boundless Playgrounds is a private not-for-profit organization that builds inclusive playgrounds across the country. Since its inception in 1997, Boundless has built nearly 200 playgrounds in 31 states and Canada, including four in the metro Atlanta area.