Keeley Park is a great outdoor location to do a photoshoot. It is less than 20 minutes from our Greensboro NC Photo Studio.
Designed using best-practice research from GameTime, the inclusive playground became a National Demonstration Site as part of NCRPA’s Healthy Play and Recreation Initiative in partnership with GameTime, Cunningham Recreation, and PlayCore. A great post ahead.
Up In The Air Playground
The Up in the Air inclusive playground is one of the largest of its kind in our area. It is a National Demonstration Site in the North Carolina Recreation and Park Association Healthy Play Initiative, with a focus on best practices in inclusion and accessibility for all kids.
The one-of-a-kind playground is designed by GameTime and features several Inclusive and Accessible Play elements including two ShadowPlay(r) Flower Spinners, Arch Saucer Swing, Cloud Step Climber, RoxAll See Saw, and the Up in the Air tower. It is also home to a new Outdoor Adult Fitness Park that utilizes research and best practice design for adults of all abilities.
This Northeast Greensboro park has miles of paved walking trails, bike paths, a Community Garden with a greenhouse, fishing ponds, picnic shelters, and a spray ground/splash pad.
Outdoor Adult Fitness Park
Keeley Park is home to a one-of-a-kind inclusive playground and Outdoor Adult Fitness Park. It also features mountain bike trails, a community garden, corn hole tournament nodes, disc golf, and more.
The park’s large inclusive playground is themed with clouds and sun – a play space that is truly for everyone! The playground is a GameTime National Demonstration Site for Inclusive Play and includes ShadowPlay flower spinners, tri-runner, hypnotic spinner, arch saucer swing, RoxAll see-saw, SkyRun Track Ride, and the Cozy Cove.
The adult outdoor fitness park features a GT Thrive 450 outdoor exercise equipment that allows up to 10 users to get their workout on without needing a gym membership. Guests can also enjoy the paved walking trails, fishing ponds, and sprayground. This article is worth reading.
The Community Garden at Keeley Park provides a place for individuals and groups to grow their own food. The gardens are surrounded by walking trails and a greenhouse. There are also five ponds, picnic shelters, and playgrounds.
The community garden is located at Keeley Park in McLeansville, NC. It features a butterfly garden, community vegetable plots, and a picnic shelter. It is a great place to visit with family and friends.
McLeansville is a small town just a short drive from Greensboro. The town is home to Boldmoon Preserve, a nature trail, and a couple of restaurants. Its country beauty makes it a popular choice for families looking for land or homes for sale in North Carolina. If you are interested in learning more about McLeansville, please contact us today.
Located in northeast Greensboro, the park features picnic shelters, fishing ponds, a sprayground, and playgrounds. It also has bike trails, a BMX pump track, and a Community Garden.
The ponds at Hagan-Stone and Keeley Parks are part of the county’s community fishing program, a partnership between Guilford County and N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission Fisheries Division. Each month, the department stocks 1,000 catfish to be caught and kept by anglers. The program is made possible by funds collected through federal excise taxes and import duties on fishing equipment and motorboat fuels.
Largemouth bass, bream, and crappie also live in the two ponds. Fishing is permitted from 8:00 a.m. to sunset each day. All anglers 16 and older are required to have a valid North Carolina fishing license.
Keeley Park is a great place to have fun with the kids and enjoy some cool weather. It has multiple picnic shelters, walking trails, and historic monuments. You can also find a community garden, outdoor adult fitness park, fishing ponds, and a sprayground.
The newest addition to the park is the Sprayground, an interactive zero-depth water playground that features fixtures and fountains that spray water. It works on a similar concept to swimming pools, but it’s free, doesn’t need staff, and conserves resources by recirculating the water.
It’s a fun alternative to pools for families with young children. The facility has three areas for different age groups and can accommodate up to 140 participants at a time. It’s open May–August. A push of a button activates the sprayground. Next blog post.
Driving directions from ResCo Roofing to Keeley Park
Driving directions from Keeley Park to Barber Park