Pulaski County Schedules the Ribbon Cutting for the State’s Largest Inclusive Playground

Pulaski County Schedules the Ribbon Cutting for the State’s Largest Inclusive Playground

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PULASKI COUNTY, Ark. (May 24, 2023) – Pulaski County will hold a  rescheduled ribbon cutting for the new inclusive playground in Two Rivers Park on Thursday, June 15 at 10 a.m., located at 6722 Two Rivers Park Road in Pulaski County. The playground is the largest inclusive playground in Arkansas.

Over 64,000 square feet, the playground includes numerous play elements that people of all abilities can use. It also features an open-air pavilion, paths connecting to existing facilities in the park, and rubber and turf surfaces ensuring no physical barriers for people using wheelchairs.

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“Children of all abilities and their families will have a place to gather and play, to build friendships, and to foster a sense of belonging and togetherness,” said Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde.

Special guests will include friends from Easterseals Arkansas, Director of Arkansas Enterprises for the Developmentally Disabled Georganna Imhoff, Pulaski County Justice of the Peace Natalie Capps, and many more.

Guests and their families are encouraged to stop by to experience the new playground for themselves!

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