Legacy Play Village Lubbock
Where is it at?
Legacy Play Village
Bill McAlister Park
Marsha Sharp Freeway
Where are we going today?
Legacy Play Village is a fun and unusual attraction for those active kids! Fancy playing in a 3 story castle? Why not! It's also a place where kids can play AND learn all about the long legacy of the South Plains too.
Fun and education? Yes please!
Legacy Play Village was designed and actually built by the citizens of Lubbock. That's pretty impressive and shows dedication! The local children all suggested ideas of what to incorporate from the South Plains history, and the landmarks of the area.
Even kids helped out their parents in constructing it! Pretty special.
We mentioned a castle - and that's the highlight of this fun attraction! Kids can climb, hide and play up three stories of fairytale fun and use those imaginations to pretend to be knights in shining armour, defending the castle from dragons!
Inside the castle, kids can navigate the winding maze of walkways up through all of the levels, before hitting that super fun slippery slide to get straight back down to the bottom again!
There are fun plastic mesh windows which are a great place for kids to stop and take in the views of the countryside.
There are picnic pavilions at the Legacy Play Village which are perfect for families to enjoy a tasty meal, or just have a break from all the playing.
To know that the community built this playground will make it even more special as you enjoy what fun it can bring kids!
Lubbock family fun at this cute and magical playground!
How much does it cost?
When can we go?
Al year round
There are picnic pavilions that you can enjoy if you bring your own lunch! Great idea! .
Best to bring your own healthy snacks and bottled water.
Any Top Tips?
There are portable restrooms for your use.
Doing our bit
They have kept safety in mind, with mesh windows and soft floor structures.
Need a little extra help?
The park itself is wheelchair accessible but parents will need to assist any children with special needs.
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