Springtime in the Stateline can be crazy! One day it’s sunny and 75 and the next day it’s snowing! If you want to get out and enjoy the nice weather, but not have to worry about a muddy mess, check out these playgrounds.

All of the listed playgrounds have rubber flooring or Astroturf so they stay dry and clean most of the year. These playgrounds are perfect for little ones just learning how to walk or accident prone big kids! Check out our list of the best Rockford area playgrounds to visit in the Spring.

Five Best Stateline Playgrounds to Visit in the Spring

Paulyground in Alpine Park
950 Alpine Road, Rockford, IL

Paulyground in Alpine Park has multiple play structures for kids of all ages including a baby play area, unique spinning features, a sandpit, swings, and a roller slide. Some of the unique features includes a 10+ kid merry-go-round, spinning cups, and hanging seats. There are bathrooms and drinking fountains nearby. For more information, check out our Paulyground profile.

Five Best Stateline Playgrounds to Visit in the Spring

Sinnissippi Children’s Exploration Station
480 N 2nd St, Rockford, IL

Kiwanis of Rockford Sinnissippi Children’s Exploration Station is a small nature-themed playground with a slide, music station, wiggle swing, balance beam, and faux tree tunnel. This is a great playground for toddlers, but there are no bathrooms or drinking fountains nearby. For more information, check out our Sinnissippi Children’s Exploration Station profile.

Five Best Stateline Playgrounds to Visit in the Spring

Bloom Playground
1006 W Lincoln Ave, Belvidere, IL

Bloom Playground in Belvidere Park is an accessible and inclusive playground with equipment that allows children of all abilities to play side by side. There are two medium structures with ramps, climbing walls, bongo drums, and a swaying ship. Keep in mind, there are no bathrooms or drinking fountains nearby. For more information, check out our Bloom Playground profile.

Five Best Stateline Playgrounds to Visit in the Spring

Toddler Playground in Sinnissippi Park
1401 N 2nd St, Rockford, IL

The toddler playground in Sinnissippi Park is great for crawling babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. The play structure is about three feet high with large steps and small slides and musical instruments. There are bathrooms and drinking fountains nearby. For more information, check out our Toddler Playground in Sinnissippi Park profile.

Five Best Stateline Playgrounds to Visit in the Spring

Camden Playground
2501 Palmer, Janesville, WI

Camden Playground in Palmer Park is a beautiful playground with separate play structures for 2-5 year olds and 5-12 year olds, swings, merry-go-round, climbing wall, monkey bars, and several ADA accessible features including a wheelchair swing and ramp entrances to play structures. Within the park, there is plenty of green space for running around, two pavilions, a wading pool, and a kid zipline. There are both bathrooms and drinking fountains nearby. For more information, check out our Camden Playground profile.

Have you been to any of these playgrounds? What’s your favorite playground to visit in the Spring? Leave a comment or email us at hello@statelinekids.com!

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