John Allen Park is a community park with 1 play structure, 2 tiny rental ramadas and also a large open space field area.
You’ll see these amenities on this park:
- 1 Structure Play
- 1 Fountain Drinking
- Wide open area of field
- No Restrooms-Only Street Parking
- Ramada's/Tables for Picnic
- Small Ramada with 2 tables and 1 grill. North Ramada. No Control
- South Ramada: Small Ramada with 2 tables and 1 barbecue. No Control
It's a lot better and cleaner than it was all these years ago. It's a small park with really good playing equipment!
They all have fun toys, which are usually band toys. The current buildings are just a year old. It's a small park with really good playing equipment. There are no toilets. It is a lovely park for children to run out on the street & ditch. Keep a tight eye on your baby.
This is a new park for children of any generation. There are wide climbing structure, small faux rockwall by the Gilbert Heritage District for kids, swings, and more.
The refurbished playground is lovely and such a massive change. However, there are no toilets, the drinking fountain is filthy and incredibly old, the ramada areas are rusty and tables need to be replaced, there is no cover over the metal carousel and the swings that make it useless because it burns during summer days. There are just 2 swings and no swings for babies.
This is a covered park that is really safe, fun for the children with a variety of stuff to play on.
A park is an area set aside for human enjoyment and recreation, or for the conservation of wildlife or natural ecosystems, of natural, semi-natural or cultivated land. Urban parks are green areas within cities and towns set aside for recreation. Green spaces used for recreation in the countryside include national parks and country parks. State parks and provincial parks are operated by states and agencies of sub-national governments. Parks may consist of grassy areas, rocks, soil and trees, but they may also include houses, statues, fountains or playground structures, as well as other objects.
These amazing kid-friendly parks are just one of the many must-see sights you don’t want to miss in Gilbert, Arizona:
- Gilbert Regional Park
- Freestone Park
- Crossroads Veteran's Park
- Water Tower Plaza
- Nichols Park
- Discovery Park
- Zanjero Park
- Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch
All of these wonderful parks are located just a short distance from our offices located at 1447 West Elliot Road #103 in Gilbert! Stop by for a visit anytime!