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A group of Bridgetown area residents has created a Natural Playground in Jubilee Park. A natural playground is one that uses elements that you could find in nature – logs, boulders, hills, sand, stumps – put together to create a unique play area for children. The idea behind the Jubilee Park playground is that of a dry stream bed which winds around an island (the hill), through the trees, and empties into a large sand area. 

The Grand Opening took place on Saturday, September 18th at 11:00 am and there were plenty of families on hand to enjoy it. Kids of all ages enjoyed the hill slide, the teeter-totters made from logs, the stepping poles and more. To learn more about the project, please contact Lauren Soloy at 665-4502.

Here is a short video about the playground

Last Updated ( Friday, 26 November 2010 )
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