From their link. http://www2.cambridgema.gov/~cdd/cp/parks/common/index.html "The playground design is a landscape of hills, valleys, sand, wooden branches and stumps, living plant material, and loose wooden blocks to build with. Kids can invent their own forms of play. Many features are made from naturally decay-resistant wood. Slides are embedded into hills. Turning a crank sends water cascading down a series of tables into the sand area. A multidirectional dish-shaped swing that can be used by several children at once, a see-saw with multiple seats, and a “merry-go-round” that is at ground level to provide wheelchair access."
|Designed by artist Eric Powel @ http://ericpowell.com|
Of course, this park is really for neighborhood pedestrians, or desperate suburban hoppers looking for a new level of fun, sadly realizing on the ride home that they'll never find anything like it, but thankful for the experience. Hey, let's not sound so low. Combine features of Imagination Station in Randolph and Hidden Hollow in Sandwich, the acres of trails from Bird Park in Walpole, the massive slide at WWI Memorial in North Attleboro, and you'll get city folk hopping over to the suburbs, maybe.