Looking for something to do with the kids in Wicklow that is low cost or free? Here are some of our favourite playgrounds in Wicklow recommended to us by parents.
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Heading to a playground with your kids is a great way to get them outdoors and enjoying the fresh air. Here are some playgrounds in Wicklow that Mykidstime parents have enjoyed:
Here Are Some Recommended Playgrounds in Wicklow
The playground at Russborough House is open year round and is free for everyone. It is best suited to kids aged 2 to 12 years.
The fun adventure equipment challenges children as they compete to complete the wooden walk quickest, wooden framed swings, sandpit, slides and a fun spider web climbing frame.
For those looking for more adventure afterwards you can enjoy the fairy trail through the woods.
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South Shore Playground, Wicklow
South Shore Playground in Greystones Co. Wicklow offers facilities including a sensory path and musical play area, toddler play areas, wheelchair swing and wheelchair-accessible sand factory, large activity set with climbing frames and tube slides, swings, ziplines, and a ball court complete with basketball hoops and a football goal.
Mum Lisa says, “It is a very diverse playground, it has a swing you can sit on with your little one and wheelchair swing too. Brilliant for all ages.”
Seaview Avenue Playground, Arklow
The Seaview Avenue playground in Arklow has climbing frames and slides as well as swings and seesaw for a range of ages as well as spinning and activities for toddlers. It is set in a grass area with space to run around.
St Peters Place, Arklow
St Peters Place in Arklow is a large modern playground with lots of activities, swings, slides and climbing for a range of ages.
Seafront Playground Bray
The Seafront Playground in Bray is more suitable for younger children, with two sets of swings, one the cushioned basket swing type, and two slides. There’s also a seesaw and rope climbing frame. There is seating for adults.
Ballywaltrim Playground, Bray
Ballywaltrim Playground in Bray is another favourite, offering lots of climbing equipment and slides as well as swings and seesaw.
Other playgrounds in Wicklow that parents have recommended visiting include:
- Ballynerrin Playground Wicklow Town
- Baltinglass Park Playground
- Bray People’s Park Playground
- Bray Sidmonton Road
- Charlesland Playground
- Greystones Mill Road Playground
- Monastery Grove Playground
- Newcastle Playground
- Rathdrum Park
Over to you now. Do your kids love any of these playgrounds in Wicklow? Any that we’ve missed that we should have on our list? Tell us in the comments below.