East 110th Street Playground

East 110th Street Playground

Located on the northern shore of the Harlem Meer, the East 110th Street Playground has swings, a climbing structure, and a dancing water display you can control with the touch of a button. The setting is just right to set young imaginations alight as they play under the shade of majestic trees, surrounded by scenic views of the Meer’s waters and distant hills. It is also near gentle hills for picnicking and play, and directly adjacent to the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center.

Nearby

Harlem Meer

East Side at 106th-110th Streets

Duke Ellington

East Side at 110th Street & 5th Avenue

Location

East Side at 110th Street

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Age Groups

School-age

Features

Tire and strap swings, a ramped climber with stepping forms, fire poles, ladders, and overhead climbers, an interactive water spray feature, and a landscape play area.

Water Features

Yes

Restrooms

Yes

Open 7:00 am to dusk. Wheelchair accessible.

Accessibility

Accessible surface and water feature; ramped play structure; adaptive swings

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