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Abbotsbury Playground is maintained and insured by volunteers. A group of local people came together to form a group in 2006 working tirelessly hard to turn a field into the beautiful playground it is today. The playground was made possible through...more
2 Seaway Lane | Can be accessed from West Street via Hannah’s Lane, Abbotsbury, Weymouth DT3 4JU, England
We were surprised how good the area was.Kids had a great time (5 and 8 years)Mostly everything was made from wood.Great find.Thank you and well done to whom made the park.Also great view of the chapel!
We visited here with family - 12 adults and 7 children under 5. This really was the best playground we have been to. Suitable for all ages with multiple swings, two slides, a zip wire, fantastic see saw, multiple climbing apparatus and more! Plenty of...More
Spotted this playground from the top of the hill and the kids had a lovely time playing on the climbing frames and varied selection of playground related activities. Suitable for up to at least 10 years of age and also has a small football pitch...More
I've visited several times with my two year old; she and I both love it. There is a wide range of equipment - swings, climbing frame, zip wire, tractor, see-saw, roundabout, all wooden and maintained by volunteers. Set in beautiful countryside, it's a quality playground...More
We go here every year we come on holiday down this way. It is a brilliantly thought out play park built from natural resources. IT is set at the bottom of the hill in full view of St Catherine's Chapel. A peaceful and restorative place...More
Visited here following a trip advisor search. Difficult to find. Best to park on main road in village and walk down a track (Hannah's lane)
Once found it is a lovely park. Ideal for our kids aged 4 and 7. Beautiful views. Could have spent...More
Carrying sufficient supplies of pop and crisps and herding the clutch of grandchildren before us we headed down the lane leading to the Abbotsbury Children’s playground.
On arrival, said grandchildren dispersed to chosen apparatus. As well as the usual swings, see-saw slides and roundabout the...More