Play for All Park Grand Re-Opening Celebration | November 17, 2017

The Play for All Park is finally reopening with a Grand Celebration next Friday, November 17, 2017.

The wait is over! Join us for the Play for All Park Grand Re-opening Celebration on Friday, November 17 starting at 9:30am. Come and enjoy FREE refreshments and Chick-Fil-A sandwiches, family activities and more. Be the first to experience the all new attractions.

The Play for All Park has more than doubled in size and now features 3 additional themed play spaces and 4 current play spaces have been greatly expanded.

Event Schedule:
9:30am: Pre-activities FREE family fun outside the park
10:00am: Presentation and Re-Dedication Ceremony
10:30am: Park opens to the public with special family activities

The park now features the all new Nyle Maxwell Family of Dealerships F1 Race Track, a new Nolan Ryan Foundation Train, an all-new Adventure Hill featuring a Seton/Ascension all abilities Tree House, and a new Adventure Pod featuring an all abilities zip line and Adventure Hill.

We’ve also expanded the Village Pod Section of the park featuring a Baker Realty Building a new drive-thru Chick-Fil-A restaurant and a car wash with misters. Additionally, we have expanded the Retreat Pod that now includes a new Nature Play Pod, and we have expanded the Swing Pod section of the park that now includes additional all ability swings.  Finally, we have expanded the Rock Band Pod area sponsored by Smiles for Sammy, added a new restroom facility, additional parking for cars and busses and a new Picnic Grove.

On March 3, 2012 the original Play for All Park opened with a community-wide celebration. After 5 years in the making, Central Texas Children of all abilities had a one of a kind park to play side by side without limitations. Making the park a reality has truly was a community-wide effort and a dream come true for the children of Central Texas and children across the nation.

The original park was made possible with the help from the entire community. The City was able to build this 1.3 million dollar park for $600,000 in City funding with the help of the Play for All Foundation a non-profit organization, as well as awarded grants, in-kind donations and sponsorships from local businesses.

The park has truly become a treasure and from opening day, millions have visited the park from Central Texas and across the nation. Throughout the year, children are bussed in from surrounding communities to enjoy this one of a kind park.

Special thanks to the Play for All Foundation. This group of community leaders have been the driving force in raising the needed funds for the original park and the park expansion.

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