Where: Greenglade Drive, Paradise

Do you have a Dinosaur loving kid? Greenslade Playground at Paradise is a lovely little spot with a really cool dinosaur that you (or the kids…but don’t let me stop you!) can climb all over and through a little dino-tunnel! How cool!

The dino is enough to make this stand out from the playground crowd, but it also has a great range of equipment too. With a fabulous 5-swing, which is more suitable for the younger kids, a long slide, some climbing logs and some great climbing equipment, we are convinced there is something here your kids will enjoy.

Being next to the river, there is a lot of great walking trails and also some seating and shelter, but there is sadly no toilets or car park (we just parked on Greenglade Drive).

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