Chicago's best playgrounds

 
 
 
 

Adams Playground Park

1919 N. Seminary

Wend your way across Armitage and up a quiet, dead-end section of Seminary and you'll find this unexpected treasure of a playlot. Though small, this beautifully landscaped, soft-surface, ADA-accessible lot has all sorts of bells and whistles. Anchored by a fieldhouse at one end that has public restrooms and rentable party rooms, the lot has a tree-shaded picnic area, kid-sized basketball bucket with plenty of rubber balls to shoot and an umbrella-sheltered sand play area full of shovels, dump trucks and digging toys. There's a section of swings, jungle gym and climbing area, and at the far end-though you might have to wait until next summer to try-a water playground with multiple slides and fountain features.

 
 
 










 
 
 
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