Koradigo Cove Park Playground in Barnegat, New Jersey, formerly Koradigo Cove Pirate Park is a fenced-in park with a large area of playgrounds, with many ways to have fun. If you’re looking for a great playground in Ocean County then this is definitely the place for you.
Barnegat Township refers to this playground as Project Playground on Bengal Boulevard on the township website.
10 Things to Know About Koradigo Cove Park Playground in Barnegat
As part of our challenge to write about 100 New Jersey playgrounds in 100 days we bring you the details about Koradigo Cove Park, a playground in Barnegat, Ocean County.
Where is Koradigo Cove Park located?
Koradigo Cove Park is located on Bengal Boulevard in Barnegat. The park is part of the Barnegat park system.
What kind of playground equipment does Koradigo Cove Park have?
The park includes 3 different areas of the playground, one for younger preschool and toddler children, one playground for older children, and another structure that children of either age may enjoy. There are other pieces of playground equipment that all children will enjoy as well.
Are there swings?
This park includes one structure with 8 traditional swings. The other swing structure has 4 baby swings, 2 accessible swings, and 2 see-saw toddler bucket swings.
Are there slides?
The park includes lots of slides from many different heights and directions. Some slides are high and some are short, some straight, and some twist, but all the slides seem like lots of fun.
There are smaller slides in the younger section of the playground. There is a playground structure with 3 slides and 4 larger slides in the older children section. One of those slides is three slides side-by-side, and the other is a high, open, twisting slide.
What special features does the playground offer?
This playground includes lots of ways to get up and down in the park, a high-back spinner, a twisting ladder jungle gym, ride-on toys, and a red open fire truck or bus structure.
What kind of ground cover does the playground have?
The ground is covered in blue and black rubber mulch.
Is the playground at Koradigo Cove Park accessible?
Accessibility features at this playground are limited. There are ramps to enter the playground areas and 2 accessible swings. However, once crossing over the ramp the ground surface is not smooth. There is no ramp onto the playground structures or sensory play areas.
Is there shade available at Koradigo Cove Park?
There is a pavilion with picnic tables for shade as well as a gazebo. The gazebo does not have picnic tables.
Where is parking for Koradigo Cove Park?
There is a large parking lot available for visitors.
Are there restrooms at Koradigo Cove Park?
The park has 2 port-a-potties by the parking lot.
What else is there to do at Koradigo Cove Park?
Beyond the playgrounds, pavilion, and gazebo, there are no additional amenities available for visitors.
Are there walking trails?
We did not find any walking paths during our June 2022 visit.
Are there fields or courts for sports?
If you’re looking for a park with sports courts or fields this park doesn’t include those.
Bonus information we want you to know about Koradigo Cove Park
If you recognize the playground name but not the equipment, there’s a good reason why.
Then and Now the Transformation of Koradigo Cove Pirate Park to Koradigo Cove Park
Formerly a pirate-themed wooden park, called Koradigo Cove Pirate Park it was renovated in 2017 and is now called Koradigo Cove Park. Take a look back at what this Barnegat playground looked like before its amazing transformation.
Who do I contact about having a birthday party or event at Koradigo Cove Park?
We provide these details about Koradigo Cove Park as a service to our readers and the park. However, Jersey Family Fun is not directly involved with this park. To reserve Koradigo Cove Park/Project Playground for a birthday party or private event, please contact them directly by calling (609)698-0080 ext 122, emailing [email protected], or visiting their website.
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