A perfunctory playground in a shady setting. This was totally fine, but not particularly memorable or interesting. Our kid god bored pretty
This neighborhood playground focuses on toddlers, but doesn't offer very much for them to do.
There were three separate pieces of equipment, but they were all standard – climb to a platform and slide down. Overall it wasn't very stimulating for our toddler or for us, and probably explains why it was mainly empty.
It’s kind of a mid block passage between Fulton and Herkimer st, which means the wide gates on either side are open. It is squeezed between a school and the back of row houses which gives it a secluded feeling, or it should. It felt more desolate than anything.
There was a lot of open paved space which might be nice for throwing a ball or riding a scooter, but we didn't have either with us. We probably wouldn't bother stopping here again even if we came across it accidentally.
The playground is named for the streets Fulton Street, Saratoga Ave, and Herkimer Street -- the FSH seemingly close enough to the word Fish. It was named in 1998.