top 20 playgrounds

Cobbs Hill Park

Cobbs Hill Park

80 Culver Rd, Rochester, NY 14610

Cobbs Hill offers a unique stop right in the CIty of Rochester full of activities for all ages. The parkour course is sure to entertain toddlers to teens and the reservoir and hiking provides beautiful views. Extend the visit by fishing or checking out the fitness course.

Rothfuss Park

Rothfuss Park

1648 Five Mile Line Rd, Penfield, NY 14526

Rothfuss Park is a beautiful and popular park in Penfield. It has two newer playgrounds that are both loved by many. The first Playground is a Jack’s Place playground and the second is an inclusive playground. There are seasonal bathrooms here and lots of green space! A virtual fitness trail can also be found winding around the park.

First Responders Park

First Responders Park

1350 Chiyoda Dr, Webster, NY 14580

This firefighter-themed playground and splash pad offer hours of fun. A pavilion is located between the splash pad and playground offering a shaded area to rest and picnic. The playground and splash pad are far from the road and close enough to each other that children can run back and forth. A great place for a laid back firefighter-themed party!

Avon Driving Park

Avon Driving Park

350 Spring St, Avon, NY 14414

This park offers a lot of opportunity for kids to play and connect with nature. Next to the small natural playground area are two larger Bear Playground Structures. The natural play area consists of logs cut into steps and balance beams. There is also a hiking trail with creek access!

Ridge Park

Ridge Park

Van Ingen Dr, Webster, NY 14580

Ridge Park in Webster recently received a makeover to include a padded play surface with wheelchair accessibility. Kids love to run, crawl and ride up and down the ramps of this playground. With the rubber surface, it’s a great playground to visit any time of year.

Genesee Valley Park

Genesee Valley Park

1316 Genesee St, Rochester NY 14611

Genesee Valley Park has it all including cricket, fishing, geocaching, hiking, kayaking, and two playgrounds! The park is located along the Genesee River and walkers and bikers can cross over the river on a pedestrian bridge to get to the other side of the park.

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