- Address: 864 Smith Ln, Fallston, MD 21047, USA, 21047, United States
- Phone: +1-4106383559
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Park, Play Ground, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Landmarks, Parks, Playgrounds
Fun time for kids and relaxation for parents is what makes everyone look up for Annie’s playground. You can leave your children under the sun to do lots of activities. The playground is neat, clean and well kept. The park has a well demarcated trail for you to take a brisk walk. For the children, there are many slides they can hop on to as well as water fountain which they can look at and enjoy. When your kids demand a day out, this is the place to be at.
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This playground is the best we've experienced. In addition, there are soccer fields, the beginning of the Ma & Pa trail, little baseball field, little amphitheatre, raspberry bushes, and most importantly water fountains and bathrooms. You could spend hours here.
A Fantastic playground, if your looking for a fun outing for the family or just to feel like a kid again this place is truly impressive. If your a Pokemon Go player, this place also has a great selection of gyms and stops. The adjacent corn field adds a nice country feel to the park. Great trails for biking, or furry kids! They have a complete tool setup for any mishaps on your bike as well!
Such an amazing place to walk my dogs. Its clean and well maintained. The other dog owners were respectful of the leash law and friendly to chat with if our dogs got along.
This is a really nice park. It's obvious that it's older now, but it's really unique in so many ways. A lot of people and businesses sponsored parts of the playground built and it's really neat. Some areas on the playground need to be fixed and are blocked off. I'm not sure who is supposed to fix them, the people who sponsored those sections or the town, but either way someone should get out there and fix the sections needing fixing. Other than that, it's a great playground set in a field to play soccer, throw ball, ride a bike or walk the trails, eat under the pavilion away the picnic tables and really great for parties! I would suggest they change their hours on google, because it showed they are only open until 7pm and there were still many people on the playground at that time. We left at 8pm and there were still people on the playground. I think the hours need to be adjusted for summer. There's no direct wheel chair access, but you could take the trail down and around into the playground. There's bathrooms, wheel chair accessible as well. There's plenty of parking. Plenty of tables to eat. Plenty of room to play ball. The story on this playground is so sad, but it's heart warming to know the community came together to create this playground for kids.
My kids loved this playground! The big tire swing was a hit, and the tower was so much fun to explore. Some of the playground equipment is a little older, and some of the unique musical instruments weren't functional, but it doesn't really take anything away from the overall charm of this place. There was plenty of parking, and a clean restroom close to the playground with an outdoor waterfoutain. I also loved running on the beautiful trail to the right of the playground...it kept going on for miles and miles, with well maintained boardwalks and charming river views. I definitely recommend visiting this unique gem!