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Pittsford Park: Yield for Traffic Signs on the Accessible Red Playground

Pittsford Park: Yield for Traffic Signs on the Accessible Red Playground

Pittsford Park added a universally accessible playspace – completed in October 2008. It’s brilliant red with even the upper levels accessible to wheelchairs. A cars/roadway theme provides little people with stop and yield signs and a trike course.

Location: From the 405, take the El Toro Road exit and follow it away from the ocean. Pass Trabuco Road and turn left on Northcrest Drive. Take the first right on Pittsford. [Address: 21701 Pittsford Drive, Lake Forest]  MAP to Pittsford Park in Lake Forest

Highlights:

  • Most popular: cube stack and sand play area which has diggers and a pretend sink (bring sand toys)
  • Kids also like the pretend play theater

  • 4-child teeter-totter with seat backs

  • Tons of swings for all types and ages of users (6 bench swings, 2 baby swings)

  • Trike track with street signs

  • Lots of play space for all ages and abilities

  • Popular for birthday parties because of a nice shaded gazebo with barbecue, plus grassy area for picnics

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Originally published in November 2008.

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Sharlene

Friday 23rd of January 2009

I love the new and improved Pittsford Park. Looking forward to snow day!