Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Brookside Children's Garden


Brookside Children's GardenThe Brookside Children's Garden is part of the Wheaton regional park in Maryland.  Probably the most interesting feature of the garden, is the tree house pictured above.  It is constructed of recycled material.  Kids can climb the stairs, then play with wooden blocks or construct things with other natural materials.
The garden also features a gnome hut, where kids can follow stepping stones to a tea party, and a water garden, where kids can observe frogs and other assorted water creatures.
Brookside Gardens Pictures
The Brookside Chidren's Garden is open daily from 10 AM to 5 PM. Admission is free.

12 comments:

  1. Hi Sherry - looks fun ... especially for the children - cheers Hilary

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    1. Yes. There are a lot of little spaces for children to explore.

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  2. I would've loved a tree house like that. Mine was just a pallet nailed in the center of a tree.

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    1. That's a great tree house. I never had a tree house - not even a pallet nailed in the center of a tree.

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  3. a tree house is a huge draw. Looks like a lovely park to roam

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    1. It sure is. It's a perfect place for kids.

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  4. Very cool! Now I want a tree fort.

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  5. That would be an unforgettable experience for any child and many adults!
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  6. I would have loved that place when I was a kid. I'd like to look around there now.

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