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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.

University Avenue

University Avenue

740 University Ave, Rochester, NY 14607

University Ave Provides a beautiful urban stroll. There is a playground conveniently located along the walk as well as cafes and other dining experiences. The Memorial Art Gallery is just a brisk walk away along the University Ave Art Walk!

Troup Street Park

Troup Street Park

210-266 Troup St, Rochester, NY 14608

Troup Street Park is a little park tucked away in the city. There is a huge field, a playground, splash pad and fitness area.

Sebastian Park

Sebastian Park

20 Planet St, Rochester, NY 14606

Located not too far from the Maplewood Historic District, Sebastian Park is a great place for kids of all ages to play within city limits.

Marie Daley Park

Marie Daley Park

160 Gregory St, Rochester, NY 14620

This is a beautiful playground near the South Wedge. There is a lot of open space for running around as well as unique and fun structures to play on. There is also picnic tables and grills. After playing, consider checking out Coffee Connection, Hippocampo Children’s Books, Little Button Craft and much more in the nearby South Wedge.

Maplewood Park

Maplewood Park

89 Maplewood Dr, Rochester, NY 14615

This is a great park right within the city of Rochester with a wide variety of activities. There is a playground with a few sets of exercise equipment and lots of space for running around. The famous Rose Garden is also at Maplewood park as well as a scenic view of the Lower Falls!

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park

353 Court St, Rochester, NY 14607

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial park is an Industrial style playground found with the city of Rochester. The playground features a single fountain “splash pad” to cool off in after climbing its unique structures. Though this playground is geared toward older children, it can be fun for kids of all ages. There is plenty to do around this playground including ice skating in the winter and the year-round museum of play and play walk. The park also hosts the beloved Roc Holiday Village in December.

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