Over the Summer they also add an awning to provide shade over the playground which is GEEENIUS!
There's also a large bathroom close by, praise his liiiiiight. What is up with all the playgrounds without bathrooms???? I do not get it.
I love bringing the wagon here. I feel like it's not always convenient to bring the wagon vs. a stroller but with all the paths and large outdoor areas, it works out great.
Down past the playground there are two large open-air buildings that house several picnic tables, enough to host a birthday party or event. Just past those picnic buildings is a water fountain that has a dog bowl and water spout. The girls love playing in the water to cool down on a hot day.
There are a bunch of sheds on the property with plenty of tractor eye candy for the kiddos, a wood working shed, silohs, a bell for the kids to ring, small garden and an old, staged house they open for tours a few Saturdays a month. There's also a museum and some children's classes held at the building when you first drive in that feature old and new agriculture equipment and techniques, different birds and other critters.
To get in the park, it does cost $6 per vehicle a day. If you live here in Anne Arundel County you can buy a year pass for $30 which will get you into 3 other parks in the area.
I hope the humidity isn't suffocating you, wherever you're at!
Piggy kisses for you,