Tarr-Coyne Wild West Playground

Photo by Timothy Schenck

Frontier living is a little closer to home in the Tarr-Coyne Wild West Playground.

With wooden play structures that evoke an old 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.

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