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Central Virginia Accessible Playgrounds



A Playground for Katie and Friends at Huguenot Park

10901 Robious Road North                                                 Chesterfield VA 23235

Information: Huguenot Park is a 53-acre park that is generally flat and heavily wooded with pine and hardwood, providing excellent cover for songbirds and other small animals. Park includes an azalea garden, fitness trail, picnic shelters, play equipment, restrooms, tennis and basketball courts, and fields for soccer and football.

Link to park layout (PDF)

The barrier-free playground was adapted for children with disabilities.

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Boundless Playground at Bird Athletic Complex

10401 Courthouse Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832                                                                    804 229-4966

Information: This 14.3-acre site is conveniently located off I-95 and Rt. 288. The complex includes tennis courts, picnic shelter, restrooms, the Miracle League field and an accessible playground for children and young adults with physical, visual and emotional challenges.

Link to park layout (PDF)

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Hanover County

Pole Green Park Operation Hope

8996 Pole Green Park Ln.
Mechanicsville, VA 23116                                                               (804) 365-7150

Information: A 217-acre park with softball fields, soccer fields, lighted football field, muli-purpose fields, tot-lots, a concession building with restrooms, 1/3-mile walking/jogging trail, picnic shelter, community center, a horse ring with stable area, sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits and a skate park. Park is open dawn to dusk, year round.

Link to park map (PDF)

Operation Hope Playground, a completely barrier-free accessible play area.

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Courthouse Park Operation Hope Playground

7232 Courtland Farm Road
Hanover, VA 23069                                                                        (804) 365-7150

Information: County park has picnic shelter, (1/2 mile walking trail, and a fishing pond with floating dock. Open daily from dawn until dusk throughout the year.

Link to park map (PDF)

Operation Hope Playground, a completely barrier-free accessible play area.

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Operation Hope Playgrounds in Hanover County

Poor Farm Park Operation Hope Playground

13400 Liberty School Road
Ashland, VA 23069                                                                        (804) 365-7150

Information: 254 acre park has three picnic shelters, nature trails, a tot-lot, horseshoe pits, beach volleyball courts, lighted soccer fields, an amphitheater, open play areas, a seasonal concession stand with restrooms, and 10 miles of trails in Poor Farm open to runners, hikers and mountain bikers.

Link to park map (PDF)

Operation Hope Playground, a completely barrier-free accessible play area.

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Henrico County

Duncroft Park

4901 Francistown Road                                                                  Glen Allen, VA   23060                                                                   (804) 501-7275

Information: Located at the entrance to Hungary Creek Middle School, this park features trails, picnic area and shelter, play area and equipment, and a nine-hole disc golf course. Open daily from dawn to dusk.

Link to park map (PDF)

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Duncroft accessible playground in Henrico county

Duncroft Park Accessible Playground

Three Lakes Park

400 Sausiluta Drive                                                                     Henrico, VA   23227                                                                       (804) 652-1470

Information: A 90-acre community park located in the northeastern portion of the county on Wilkinson Road, one mile east of Rt. 301 it has a playground, picnic shelter, and walking trails available for family or group-use year-round andf fishing. The Nature Center is a 6,500 square foot facility featuring a variety of exhibits designed to provide hands-on experiences. The 50,000 gallon aquarium also gives visitors a “fish-eye” view of the underwater world. Open daily from dawn to dusk. The nature center with aquarium is open daily (except Monday).

Link to park map (PDF)

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Three Lakes Playground in Henrico county

Three Lakes Park Inclusive Playground



City Point Park

315 Allen Street                                                                     Hopewell, VA 23860                                                                      (804) 541-2353

Information:  A quiet neighborhood park with playground equipment, climbing structure, swings, ADA accessbile play area, picnic tables, blacktop play area, basketball court, and accessible parking.

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City Point Park in Hopewell

City Point Park in Hopewell



Riverside Park   

2238 Rivermont Avenue                                                       Lynchburg, VA 24503                                                                    (434) 455-5858 

Information: One of the most beloved parks in Lynchburg, Riverside Park has over 49 acres of rolling parkland with lovely stands of trees and walking trails that provide views of the wooded hillsides and the river beyond. Recreation opportunities include tennis and basketball, with extensive playground equipment for younger children located in the front of the park. The transportation exhibit in the park includes a train locomotive, tender, and caboose, the Fink Deck Truss Bridge, which is a national engineering landmark, and the hull of the packet boat, Marshall.

Link to park map (PDF) 

The latest addition to the park is the first fully accessible playground in Lynchburg featuring:




ARC Park                                                                                       3600 Saunders Ave                                                               Richmond VA 23227                                                                       (804) 358-1874

Information: Free and open to the public for all ages and all abilities with most features being accessible. Open from dawn to dusk every day of the week.

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ARC Park in Richmond

ARC Park in Richmond



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