Neighborhood playground with play equipment for all ages and a paved walking path

Address: 3731 Golden Eagle Dr., Beloit, WI

Description:

Eagles Ridge Park in Beloit has two play structures, one for bigger kids that includes several slides, a very cute firehouse play structure for toddlers, and an accessible zipline.

Best for ages: 0-12

Features:

  • Two play structures – one small firehouse themed playhouse for toddlers, one larger structure for kids ages 4-12 with three levels
  • Six slides – tall, fast, triple slide, medium double slide, two slow toddler slides
  • Two regular swings, two baby swings
  • Accessible chair zipline with locking harness
  • Climbing tower
  • Rock wall
  • Imaginative play market
  • Spinning wheel
  • Bridge
  • Spinning cup
  • Monkey bars
  • Ride-ons
  • Merry-go-round
  • Little Free Library
  • Green space
  • Paved walking path that goes in a loop
  • Picnic tables under the pavilion
  • Several benches around the playground

Sun protection: The playground is entirely in the sun, but there are picnic tables under a pavilion

Parking: Parking on street in the neighborhood

Playground structure materials: Metal and wood

Ground/surface materials: Woodchips

Fenced in? N, but located in a quiet neighborhood with no through traffic in the park

Slides? Y

Swings? Y

Picnic tables, benches or other seating? Y

Walking path, sidewalk or bike path? Y

Stroller accessibility? Y

Bathrooms? N

Drinking fountain? N

Food and drink nearby? N

What makes it special or worth visiting?

Eagles Ridge Park has a newer playground with unique equipment and the ability for toddlers and big kids to play side by side. The toddler portion of the playground includes an adorable playhouse, small slide, merry-go-round, and ride-ons. The bigger kid playground includes a tall triple slide, multiple ways to climb into the structure, an imaginative play counter, monkey bars, and a spinning wheel. There is a great paved path that loops around the playground that would be perfect for bikes, scooters, and strollers.

If you go, you may want to bring:

  • Sunscreen – The playground is in full sun
  • Water – There is no water fountain nearby
  • Books – To add to the Little Free Library
  • Picnic lunch – There’s a picnic table with an awning

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