Best Inclusive Parks for NW Ohio Kids
Whether you have an hour or an afternoon, going to the park is a great way to spend time with your family and get some much needed Vitamin D. Regardless of what part of town you live in, there is sure to be a park nearby for you and your littles to explore.
Are you looking for accessible resources for your family? The Ability Center of Greater Toledo has provided a list of accessible resources for families in need. These include education, housing, employment, healthcare, recreation and many more items.
The ACT Disability-Friendly Toolkit
5604 Monroe St., Sylvania
Check out some these Inclusive Parks below.
Perrysburg Inclusive Playground
by Mercy Health
Rotary Community Park
26350 Fort Meigs Rd., Perrysburg
by Marathon Petroleum
Flagship Collaborative Play Place
1100 E Perry St., Port Clinton
Doneghy Inclusive Garden
Toledo Botanical Garden
5403 Elmer Dr. Toledo
Glass City Riverwalk
983 Front St.
Click Below for Other NW Ohio Parks and Playgrounds:
Northwest Ohio Playground Guide
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Hello! My name is Christy Neff and I represent The Marion PEP Club (Parks Enhancement Project) as the president located in Marion, OH. In November of 2021 we worked with community partners to install a new all-inclusive playground called the Marion Rotary Centennial Playground located in McKinley Park. We would like to ask for your consideration to be added to your registry to benefit those who are searching for an amazing playground to visit.