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we have a million. We tend to hit new ones every few weeks, more in the summer when we take family bike rides. We just went on Friday to Max's favorite one. It has a giant sandbox that people just donate trucks to. Two of max's favorite things: trucks and sand.
We have one park at the boys' school 2.5 blocks away. We walk down there a few times a week. There's another park about a mile away at the lake that DH takes them to a couple of times a month. Sometimes we'll go to other parks that we have to drive to. One has a splash pool and we went there several times las summer.
we have a great play ground at the elementary school, and since our county doesn't really have parks, all the school play grounds are used as parks.
anyway, Nate loves the lily pad things, it is a bunch of platforms with a pole in the middle suspended from a cross bar. so they swing. And he loves for maneuver them. He has even gotten pretty good at going across when other kids going the opposite direction.
We have none within walking distance. There's nothing but houses within walking distance. But there are 4 different ones within a 10 minute drive. However, last year the kids got a playset put on the yard so I don't see us going to the park anytime soon. Well, maybe for variety. Dom loves the two person swing...can't think of what it's called right now...where you sit back to back. Unfortunately, Ella's too little to be on it at this point so if no friends are around I get to put my big ol' butt on it.
We have a few close by (long walk, short drive). My school is just through the woods and we go over to the playground at least once on the weekend. Both of my girls live for swinging and I have to bribe them to do something different.
We live a block from our town's park, so we go at least a couple of times a week. There is another one that is smaller but nicer on the other side of town that we go to once a month or so. We like to picnic there and it has a walking path and nature trail. We also go to one of the grade school playgrounds once or twice amonth for a playgroup.
Thea loves swinging and I have to push her forever every time we go.