This is one of my favorites! It’s very unique, from the fixtures to the overall setup and paths that cross between the various sections.
It’s well-enclosed from Central Park, which is nice because you won’t be able to see your kid once they start running around. Ours first discovered how to climb up a wall, and how to go over a rope bridge - it’s a good place for firsts. The splash pad is really fun, and there’s a lot of empty sand for free play. You could spend a whole day here tbh.
Designed by architects Ross, Ryan, and Jacquette in 1973 as part of the "adventure-style" playgrounds that had emerged in the 1960s.