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Houston Area Parks for Kids of All Abilities

Houston has hundreds of parks… and if you include the surrounding areas, there are hundreds more. That said, not all parks are great for kids of all abilities.

Around Houston, playgrounds for kids of all abilities are usually called “boundless” or “playgrounds without limits” and have ramps, bars that go all the way to the base of the structure and accessible fun for everyone.

Below are the parks we know about… but if you know of more near Houston, let us know!

The Playground Without Limits at the Metropolitan Multi-Service Center
1. The Vale- Asche Foundation Playground Without Limits at the Metropolitan Multi Service Center – 1475 West Gray, Houston, TX 77019

Memorial Park Playground
2. The Vale-Asche Foundation Playground at Memorial Park – 6501 Memorial Drive, Houston, Texas 77007

Hermann Park Bigger Playstructure
3. Buddy Carruth Playground for All Children at Hermann Park – 6001 Fannin, Houston, Texas 77030

Eastwood Park Tube Slide
4. CVS Boundless Playground at Eastwood Park – 5000 Harrisburg, Houston, Texas 77011

5. The Playground Without Limits at Alief Park – 11903 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, Texas 77072

6. The Playground Without Limits at Tidwell Park – 9720 Spaulding, Houston, Texas 77016

Matzke Park Spring Playground BigKidSmallCity
7. Matzke Park – 13110 Jones Rd, Houston, TX 77070

League Park Playground
8. League City Boundless Playground – 200 N Park Ave, League City, TX 77573

City of Katy Play Station Train Play Structure
9.  Katy Play Station (Train Park) – 5611 Gardenia Ln, Katy, TX 77493

Mary Jo Peckham Park Big Playground for All
10.  Mary Jo Peckham Park – 5597 Gardenia Ln, Katy, TX 77493

11.  Angel Park – 2310 Atascocita Road, Humble, TX 77396

12. Dylan Park – This park has a wheelchair accessible play structure and lots of unique features.

13.  Insperity Adaptive Sports Complex – This complex provides children with disabilities and special needs a barrier-free environment to play and participate in team sports. It has two sport fields, a covered pavilion and playground.

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4 Comments

  1. Ashley
    February 10, 2017 at 9:34 am — Reply

    The train park at Mary Jo Peckham and Exploration park in Katy are for wheelchair accesible.

  2. Chris
    February 10, 2017 at 5:07 pm — Reply

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