As the temperature in Harlem continues to rise, one of the coolest places kids can go is Central Park playgrounds in Harlem. Many of the Park’s playgrounds are equipped with water features – from simple sprays to water sculptures and mushroom-shaped fountains. Here is the most of the Park in Harlem most popular water features, all accessible to people with disabilities.
Tarr Family Playground
West 100th Street at Central Park West
Splash around in the playground’s wet zone, where arcs of water shoot above kids’ heads and a wall of mist sprays from two posts. In the sandbox area, a post with an attached spigot allows children to fill a bucket for sand and water play.
Be sure to also check out the water-play features in these Central Park playgrounds:
Lenox Avenue Playground
Lenox Avenue & 110th Street
West 110th Street Playground
Central Park West and West 110th Street
Bernard Family Playground
Fifth Avenue and East 108th Street
Robert Bendheim Playground
Fifth Avenue and East 100th Street
Rudin Family Playground
Central Park West and West 96th Street
East 96th Street Playground
Fifth Avenue and East 96th Street
Any places you like to go that’s not listed?
Find out about playground areas out of Harlem here.