Montana September 24, 2017
8 Amazing Playgrounds In Montana That Will Make You Feel Like A Kid Again
Who doesn’t miss the long, carefree days of childhood? Whether you have young children or you’re just a kid at heart, you’ll love spending an afternoon at one of Montana’s best playgrounds. These are a few popular places to burn off some energy (or blow off steam).
1. Dinosaur Playground, Davis Street, Bozeman
This park is so amazing that people have been known to drive several hours just to spend the day here. The playground is one-of-a-kind.
2. Silver Summit at McCormick Park, 600 Cregg Ln., Missoula
Not only is Silver Summit's playground equipment awesome, it's accessible to children with all abilities. With play features for children who have sensory, cognitive or multiple disabilities, it's a place where all children can feel included.
3. Pioneer Park, Virginia Lane, Billings
Pioneer Park is loved by people of all ages - but for parents of young children, the playground equipment makes it a paradise.
4. Ponderosa Park, North Carlton Avenue SW & Orchard Lane, Billings
This park is pristine and perfectly maintained. The playground here isn't enormous, but it's got everything kids need to play.
5. Dragon Hollow Play Area, Caras Park, Missoula
Warning: This playground is the stuff dreams are made of, and it might ruin your little ones for all other parks. Designed by and dedicated to the children of Missoula, it features plenty of playground equipment - and it even has a carousel.
6. Riverside Park, Hwy 93 and 1st St. W., Polson
Riverside Park is a delightful riverfront park in Polson where you'll find swimmers, picnics, and community events all summer. Little ones love the well-maintained playground equipment.
7. Lawrence Park, 1105 N. Main St, Kalispell
Featuring a large recreational area for soccer, Frisbee golf, ultimate Frisbee, climbing boulder, large playground and two pavilions, Lawrence Park is a locally loved community spot. They just renovated their playground over the summer, so the equipment is shiny and new.
8. Clark Park, Florence Ave., Butte
Not only does Clark Park have an excellent playground, it also has an outdoor ice-skating rink, gazebo, indoor ice hockey rink, picnic areas, basketball court, and a splash park.
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