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PlaygroundName(Optional)ParkName(Optional)URL(Optional)Agency(Optional)Owner(Optional)AddressCityStateZIPLatitude(Optional)Longitude(Optional)smooth-surface-throughouttransfer-stations-to-play-componentsramps-to-play-componentsaccessible-swingsound-play-componentssight-impaired-play-componentssafety-fencesingle-entranceContact(Optional)Notes(Optional)
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Riderwoods Hills Parkhttp://www.recreationparks.net/MD/baltimore/riderwood-hills-park-towson910 Kenilworth DriveTowsonMD21204YESYESNON0NONONONO410-887-5883This park was right next to a busy street and without any fence this could be dangerous. There were lots of things that had to be climbed in order to get to and there were woodchips making it difficult for those with motor issues. There were lots of seating for parents.
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Olney Manor Recreational Parkhttp://www.montgomeryparks.org/parks_facilities_directory/olneymanorrp.shtmCity of Olney 16601 Georgia AvenueOlneyMD20832NONONONONONONONOHas a lot of activities like baseball fields, tennis, and a skatepark along with the playground, but none are really accessible to children with disabilities.
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Manor Oaks Parkcity of BrookevilleQuarrymen TerraceBrookevilleMD20833NONONONONONONOYESEnough disability parking. Things to do for children with disabilities to do however the woodchip surfaces make it difficult for those with motor issues to safely get to activities.
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Olney Square Neighborhood Parkhttp://www.montgomeryparks.org/parks_facilities_directory/olneysquarenp.shtmCity of Olney 18501 Bowie Mill RoadOlneyMD20832NONONOYESNOYESNOYESManipulatives available for children who learn through touch. There is only one enterence but you have to park on the street and then you have to walk along a pathway to get to the playground. Not reccommended for children who have trouble getting around. Wish there was more seating for parents and caregivers.
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There is a parking lot with accomodations for those with motor difficulties. The park itself is also very flat, with sidewalks and ample room for parents to sit and watch their children play. There are many things that must be climbed, as well as a sandbox and woodchips making it difficult for those with motor issues to move around.
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