This playground is found by winding your way through neighborhood streets. The first thing you will see is the lawn which starts by the road where you park your car and stretches over to a tall fence which runs behind homes. Two sets of simple and small play structures are constructed of plastic and metal over sand with a pair of rockers, the popular one being a motor cycle. There is plenty of shade, a few picnic tables, a basketball court and a tennis court.
This is a new playground which replaced the run-down ball park known as Castro Field. It is not visible from the road and is entered through one of three alley-ways between the surrounding homes. There is a large grassy area with groomed dirt paths. At one end is a small metal and plastic play structure on wood chips with side-by-side slide, tunnel, square ladder, and a short curved climbing wall. For the time being there are no swings or sandbox. But considering that this was created by the Santa Venetia Neighborhood Association, there is a good chance that those might show up one day. In any case, playground goers should be grateful for the new park complete with a volleyball net, picnic tables, benches and new trees which will grow up to provide shade.
Fountain is handicap accessible.
The colorful tall peaked roofs of this play structure callout to be played with here. This new state-of-the-art playground is made with wood, metal and plastic and is completely fenced in. There is a red slide and a selection of plastic wall gizmo to tinker with. The swing set has three big kid swings is over tan bark and no toddler swings. The toddler area has sand to play in, a sand digger and a playhouse too. There is one picnic table for adults, another for kids, several benches and no barbeque. There is a large lawn outside of the fenced play area that neighbors a church.
Drinking fountain is handicap accessible.