Kissena Corridor Park
City playgrounds are open. For public safety, all patrons should wear a face covering and maintain at least six feet of distance between each child not in the same household. Playgrounds are cleaned daily, however, play equipment is not sterilized. Please stay home if you or your child feels sick, and wash your hands frequently, including before and after using play equipment.
List of Playgrounds
|Playground 146||146 ST & 56 RD||4||N|
|Silent Springs Playground||COLDEN ST & GERANIUM AVE||4||N|
|Captain Mario Fajardo Park||KISSENA BLVD & BOOTH MEM AVE||4||N|
|Rachel Carson Playground||COLDEN & JUNIPER STS||4||N|
Remember to follow the rules and Play it Safe!
Accessibililty Level Definitions
Level 1: Playgrounds for All Children
Level 2: Accessible Playgrounds with Ramped Play Equipment and Universally Accessible Swings
Level 3: Accessible Playgrounds with Universally Accessible Swings
Level 4: Accessible Playgrounds with Transfer Platforms and Ground Level Play Features
JennSwing® is a full-body positioning support swing.
Directions to Kissena Corridor Park
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