Frisinger Park – Tuesday Playground Profile
This profile of Frisinger Park is part of our Summer Series Tuesday Playground Profiles
Each week Ann Arbor with Kids is profiling a different playground in the Ann Arbor area including Ann Arbor, Saline, Ypsilanti, Dexter, etc. Today we are profiling Ann Arbor’s Frisinger Park.
When my daughter’s softball schedule this year included Frisinger Park, I had no idea where it was. It turns out I have driven past it many times without realizing it was there.
Location: 1200 E. Stadium Blvd, Ann Arbor 48104
Unique Features: See-Saw, Merry Go Round
Swings: Yes, 2 regular swings, 1 adaptive swing, 1 baby swing
Bathrooms: Portapotty only
Shade: Surrounding the playground, but not on the playground
Pavilion: No. Picnic benches are available
Sports Fields: Softball field – I loved that both spectator benches were in the shade!
Walking Trails: Yes, there is a sidewalk around the park
Parking: Street parking is available on Woodbury
Website: Find more information about the park on the Ann Arbor Parks website
Frisinger Park Playground Review
I never really noticed Frisinger park despite driving down Stadium Blvd many times over the years. While Frisinger Park’s address is Stadium Blvd, the playground and softball field are set towards the back of the park. Woodbury runs on the east side of the park and offers street parking.
My daughter loved the standing design of the seesaw at Frisinger Park. As an only child, she even found a way to make it work solo.
The playground structure itself is somewhat unique. Instead of the a typical roof, it has a series of concentric circles leaving the top of the structure open. It also offers several ways to climb to the structure and a climbing wall.
Frisinger Park is conveniently located next to Lucky’s Market if you want to purchase a snack or a lunch to picnic at the park.
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