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    This park is way out of my way from Manassas, Virginia, but I have family in the area and as such I went to visit with my little niece the one time I have been here.The only problem I saw with it was parking.Also, another concern was that many parents do a poor job of keeping their kids sanitary and teaching their kids about sanitation practices – but most kids don’t pay attention to that sort of thing anyway.So, bring a bottle of bleach and douse your child in it once you get them back to the car. Oh, and I am not germ-freak!

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    Great for toddlers; probably the best public playground in the entire region. Perfect for visitors to the area who need to have their young’uns burn off some energy. It is close to Dolley Madison Parkway, GW Parkway and the Capital Beltway. I can imagine how shooting water fountains would be a really awesome addition for kids in the hot summer. Parents can relax here while the kiddies play.Not so great for older kids. My son enjoyed it for about 15 mins, then he got bored. He is 10 yrs old. We stopped by there on the way to Scotts Run Nature Preserve. It was nice to have rest rooms here. Merry Go Round was closed for the season after last week. Parking is really lacking (even in the park across the street), but I read that there is a phased plan to increase the parking.

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    Lovely park with a small carousel. Very accessible for kids of most ages and skills.

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    Great place for kids ! With trees that can make shadow for resting, ut will be perfect!

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    Great park for my 4-year old, but not really designed for my 8-year old. Even so, my eldest had loads of fun. Unfortunately the merry-go-round was not operating during our visit and it looked like a super one to!