The Danbury Forest Tot Lot is maintained by the Danbury Forest neighborhood association. This mostly enclosed playground is partly shaded and is located at one of the entrances to the Lake Accotink trail. Neighborhood families have contributed playthings and the park has climbing, slides, and a mulch surface underneath. There is no parking. Have you [...]
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The Lake Accotink Park playground is located near the carousel and the marina. There are restrooms and ample parking. The playground surface is mulch. It is not fully enclosed, but it is far enough from the road that you should be able to catch a runner before they hit the street, and the picnic areas (including reservable areas for parties) are adjacent to the playground.
There is also a good, sandy beach for you kiddo who loves to dig, and the park trail goes right by the playground if you want to plan your hike so you can take a break for some play.
Hidden Pond Nature Center offers the best of both indoor and outdoor fun. Inside the nature center, you’ll find animals, puzzles, books, insects, and staff who are enthusiastic about answering your child’s questions. (And clean restrooms, too.) The last time we went, my kiddo asked about 989,000 questions about black widow and wolf spiders- something [...]
Kings Park Elementary School 5400 Harrow Way Springfield, VA 22151 I hear they have a special park designed for preschoolers. Have you been there? Tell us what you thought!
Huntsman Park 9200 Dorothy Ln, Springfield, VA 22153 playground, grills, picnic tables, a basketball court, trails. Located next to Huntsman Lake.
Kings Park Park 8717 Trafalgar Court Springfield, VA 22151 Baseball diamond, tot lot. More information: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/plandev/kingspark.htm
6501 Deepford Street, Springfield 22150
This park has a mulch surface with very good drainage, plenty of fun, safe equipment for the kids, a reservable picnic area, restrooms, and a good, long run between the play equipment and the street. ***Restrooms are only open “in season.” (Probably Memorial Day to Labor Day.)