STEPHANIE D.: "I love it because it’s great for older and younger kids! It has that soft sponge type flooring, so NO WOOD CHIPS! Picnic tables are readily available; you can grill too! I love that it’s so nice and open with a large open field if there are older kids who want to throw a ball around. It’s right by the fire department too!"
EMILY K.: "Randall Square Park has a ton of open space and a little walking circle path that is completely visible from the play ground, which is good for stroller walking, or just the right size for toddler bikes or scooters."
AMY H.: "It has a great play structure, a picnic shelter, and trees for shade. In warmer months, there’s a port-a-potty for emergency bathroom trips. There’s also a nice paved path around a pond to walk or ride bikes if you are done with the playground. There’s even two 'Little Free Libraries' along the path, so we bring books to exchange. Also there are almost always a handful of other kids there to play with as it’s a neighborhood park."
AMY L.: "Deicke Park in Huntley has a few different playgrounds; lots to do! It's also an all-inclusive playground and has a fenced in park for the littles. On the other side, there is a park for older kids with an old school giant slide in the side of a hill. HELPFUL HINT: People bring wax paper sheets to slide down it."