The centerpiece of Keeley Park's first phase is a sprayground with interactive zero-depth water features, including a towering water barrel that overflows to drench anyone beneath it, and a water-spewing frog and fish.
The Keeley Park sprayground features interactive water features that keep residents cool.
Adjacent to Keeley Park's sprayground are two playgrounds with swings, a climbing apparatus, bridges, slides and winding tubes.
Keeley Park's first phase includes two ponds and paved nature trails.
Near the entrance to Keeley Park is the city’s third community garden located on city property. It has 35 plots that residents can rent for $25 to grow vegetables, fruits and flowers. It also features a large greenhouse to grow seedlings.
Keeley Park's tool storage sheds secure community gardeners’ equipment. Spades, rakes, shovels, tillers and hoses can be checked out for use at the garden.
Greensboro, N.C., opened the first phase of a new regional park in April 2012 on 138 acres that previously housed the city’s plant nursery operation. It includes a variety of active and passive recreational features for residents.
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