Fort Medford-Bob Meyer Park- Burlington County Parks & Playgrounds

Posted on: August 31st, 2012 by

 

Fort Medford-Bob Meyer Park – Burlington County, New Jersey – Parks & Playgrounds

 

 

3 Reasons my Family Loves Fort Medford

 

  • The theming of Fort Medford is different and creative. Usually these types of play structures are castles, but that is not the case at Fort Medford. Your imagination takes you away to an Indian reservation with forts, totem poles and teepees. There is great themed artwork around Fort Medford that make it that much more realistic

 

  • Fort Medford is fenced in and has another playground attached the “J and I Samost” which is a wheelchair accessible playground that has a ton of stuff to do in every section. Both Fort Medford and the “J and I Samost” will keep children of all ages and abilities occupied for hours. There is also a wonderful covered pavilion located in the Samost. Parents, if your child needs to use the restroom be warned to bring the hand sanitizer. There was a building there that we thought housed the restrooms but it was not open and there were port o potties located next to the Samost.

 

  • There is a small stage area in Fort Medford and an adorable puppet theater at the Samost. Be sure to bring your puppets along and watch your child perform for you.

 

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What Fort Medford offers

  • Fort themed play area
  • Tire Swing
  • Multiple Slides
  • Climbing Walls
  • Sandbox (bring sand toys)
  • Small Stage
  • Tunnels
  • Balance Beam
  • Toddler Swings
  • Rope Climb
  • Rock Wall
  • Swings
  • Fireman’s Pole
  • Bouncing Boat
  • Sway Table
  • Wheelchair Accessible Playground
  • Climbing Structures
  • Picnic Tables
  • Grills
  • Multiple Seating for parents
  • Basketball Court
  • Soccer Field
  • The only bathrooms available at the time we visited were Port o Potty’s

 

 

 

The Fort Medford Playground at Bob Meyer Park is located at Gravelly Hollow Rd off of Commonwealth Dr in Medford in Burlington County. 

 

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