In Williams Landing, I had seen this park written about in several blogs and knew we needed to visit to check it out. Aptly nicknamed the Control Tower park, it’s easy to spot all the aviation references. Climbing the tower, the view to below is great! We had the park to ourselves on a Sunday morning, and it’s a great park to have close by!
- multiple slides out of the control tower. 1 larger enclosed slide and 2 joined smaller slides
- ropes to climb up to the first level of the tower. Stairs that climb to both levels
- a smaller piece of equipment, with sand sifting play, ropes, smaller slide, ramps
- rope bridge
- balance beams and rubber spots to walk along
- 2 spring rockers
- totem spinning pole
- rope climbing equipment (activity net)
- 2 sand diggers
- bbq & sheltered cover with seating
- grassed area to run around
- basketball court
- 2 swings – 1 with infant buckle. I did find the swings exceptionally high. The big kids swing actually sat at between my hip and waist in height and was cumbersome for me to get on.
climbing the stairs to the tower! He wasn’t interested in going down the taller, enclosed slide, but he did go down the smaller slides. Jack found a great puddle to splash in – unfortunately that ended our playing adventure as he ended up having wet and sandy clothes and shoes. Jack’s a bit of a texture kid so he tried to go from one of the rubber stepping stones to the next, but they were too far apart for his little steps. This park has a bit for everyone – the smaller kids starting out can have great fun, while the bigger kids can enjoy the thrill of the larger slides and climbing equipment.