Annie’s Playground is a memorial playground in Edgeley Grove Park. It’s located along Route 1 at 864 Smith Lane in Fallston, Maryland. The playground is a tribute to a little girl, Annie, who passed away.
Many volunteers helped to build the playground, and donations funded it. They recently completed a renovation of the playground. The original playground was built in 2005.
The toddler section of the playground features a large pavilion, a fairy-tale dragon, and a play structure for younger children. The pavilion can be reserved during the warmer months.
There are also many opportunities to make music in this new area of the playground. A line of flowers produce sound when played with a mallet.
The main section of the playground includes a large and colorful play structure with many opportunities to climb and slide.
The playground has a lot of bright characters. It includes many ramps and climbing opportunities for children to make their way through the play structures.
The playground has fencing, but the playground is very large. There’s no separation between the tot area and the larger play structures. Along the back of the playground is a line of swings.
There is a large parking lot for Annie’s playground. Parking is located on a hill above the playground. While it is possible to walk to a place with less of a slope to access the playground, the most direct way is a set of stairs from the parking lot.
Some picnic tables are located outside of the playground fence.
Annie’s Playground Restrooms
Restrooms are located beside the parking lot. Keep in mind they may be closed seasonally.
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