You don’t come here for swings and slides. This unique playground uses water for it’s entertainment. Press the hand on the red pipe and a slow trickle of water emerges from a row of three giant rings, then a small geyser sprouts up from the ground as a gentle Old Faithful which disappears and pops across on the other side. Slowly the water performance grows and the children get less intimidated. It builds to a crescendo blasting from all the rings at once and kids run through, under and around giggling and getting soaked. Do not drink the water since it is reclaimed. On these 3.5 acres you will find one shade offering gazebo, a field, picnic and barbecue facilities, and checker/chess tables with cement stools which terrace above the water play. To get to them you must like steps since only one is wheel chair accessible.
Very tidy toilets but a hike uphill and far from the activity.
Drinking fountain by toilets.
Street parking which can get crowded if the hospital is busy.