Sunday, June 10, 2007

Timber Town... Better, Stronger, Safer!

Photo by Leslie Surel, 6/10/07
Yay! It's all done! The new and improved Timber Town Park in Chelsea, Michigan celebrated it's 10th anniversary with a Grand Re-Opening Celebration this evening. After months and months of work by tons of volunteers and sponsors, the park is once again open to visitors.

This park was pretty cool before, but now it is awesome! You just don't see play structures like this anymore. It is over 12,000 square feet, with slides, ladders, tunnels, bridges, towers and more. There are swings, and monkey bars, a sandbox, balance beams. There is a ship and train depot, a wooden police car, and a firetruck that actually sprays water. There is also a volley ball court, a nice pavilion and plenty of green space for frisbee playing or whatever your family enjoys. And, of course it is all newly renovated and ready for tons of playtime.

Be sure to check it out this summer! You'll probably see me and my kids there. :)

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