Tarr-Coyne Wild West Playground

Tarr Coyne Wild West Playground

Frontier living is a little closer to home in Tarr-Coyne Wild West Playground. With wooden play structures evoking a settler town, kids can climb and play right in the rough-and-tumble world of the Old West. Water flows down the center like the Colorado River, ending in a spray feature on both ends for cooling down under the summer sun.

Tarr-Coyne Wild West Playground is located near the West 93rd Street entrance to the Park, between Safari Playground to the south and Rudin Family Playground to the north.


West Side at 93rd Street

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Age Groups

Pre-school, School-age


Wooden play structures resembling a frontier town.

Water Features





Accessible surface, water feature, and sand table; adaptive swings


Safari Playground

West Side at 91st Street

Rudin Family Playground

West Side at 96th Street

Tennis Courts

West Side at 94th-96th Streets

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