Found on the Web: Best Parks For Kids

July 12, 2013

If you live in a city, there’s a good chance that you’ll be spending lots of time at the park or playground with your kids this summer (preferably one near the water or with an ample supply of sprinklers). DailyCandy Kids’ feature, Coast to Coast: Best Parks for Kids, spotlighted some of the most epic outdoor play spaces throughout the country that were too awesome to not pass on. From beautiful views to zip lines, carousels, and community gardens, there is no denying that parks are no longer just for swings and sandboxes, huh? If you live in any of the cities mentioned, or are planning on traveling through one this summer, you’re definitely going to want to escape the heat at one these playgrounds. Check out the full article here.

P.S. For those in NYC, here are 12 Splash Parks to Beat the Heat.






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