Located at 435 Nantasket Avenue in Hull between Nantasket Beach in the Kenberma neighborhood is a great playground! The playground itself sits on a wood chip surface and parking is on the road.
There is a large climbing structure complete with a rock wall, double slide, twisty slide, ladder, stairs, tunnel and pyramid style climber along with a smaller climbing structure for younger kids. There are also freestanding monkey bars if your kids are monkey bar aficionados like mine.
The playground has a tall fence, which is nice because it sits on a busy road, but there is no gate. The gate opening is placed a little way away from the actual playground structures and across a grassy area so it wasn't an issue the day we visited. There were a few picnic tables near the playground, and it is right next to a ball field. A big plus for us was the Little Free Library at the playground and we made it a point to fill it up with books from the stash we carry around to re-fill the Little Free Library we steward at Hartsuff Park in Rockland.
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