The Lions Youth Park in Yankalilla includes a fully fenced playground, covered exercise equipment, a skate park and BMX track, public toilet, two basketball hoops, a covered area with two BBQs and picnic tables, lots of grass to play on, and is adjacent to the youth and community centre.

The fenced playground area includes a covered picnic table, a bubbler, some bench seats, and some tree shade. There is wheelchair access to parts of the play equipment, and the path within the perimeter of the fenceline is suitable for prams.

The playground has various swings, a small slide and larger twin slide, steps and walkways, plenty of things to climbs up and down, and hidey holes. Parking is ample and the playground is accessible by a bike path from the carpark.

Find it at
182 Main S Road Yankalilla

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