Our Frequent Out Going Park…

Posted: October 7, 2009 in Thoughts...

P1010969 Taman Tasik Perdana is our frequent going park among all. Even though it is near to city, but the environment is good, the biggest attractions to the children is have a big playground, and not only one but many. Complete with all the adult exercise equipments and tools. Well, can say maintain in a good condition. Most of the Sunday, if we did not go anyway, we will going there just for a morning walk, then around 9.00am something or 10.00am will go down to town have our breakfast, then only drive back home. It is really feels good, after reach home. You will feel that you have completed a task, and most of the families just started going out for their Sunday brunch.

A Place to Park

Stop by your city parks and recreation department and ask if they have a park directory. if not, go exploring on your own. Keep a small notebook describing the facilities for future references. You will soon discover all parks are not the same. Some are older, with metal play structures, and in need of repair, while others are brand new and made of wood and plastic. Some have baby swings and areas specially designed for babies and small children, while others are geared more for the school age child. Things to consider when checking out parks includes:

  • Do you feel safe there?
  • Are there bathrooms?
  • Are there working water fountains?
  • Is the park kept clean?
  • Is there shade for sunny days?
  • What types of activities is that park used for?
  • Are pets allowed?
  • What is the play equipment like?

~ 212 Park and Recreation, 365 Days of Baby Love

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