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  • Town Common Playground

Town Common Inclusive Playground

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The City of Greenville has officially opened the Town Common Inclusive Playground, the city's largest playground that is designed to accommodate children and adults of all ages and ability levels.

The playground was made possible by a $750,000 Play Together Construction Grant from Trillium Health Resources, a local governmental agency that manages mental health and provides developmental disability services. Additionally, the City received a $45,000 donation from Greenville Utilities Commission for the park's water features, $23,000 from Vidant Health, and nearly $8,000 from local companies and individuals to help support the cost of just more than $1 million.

The Town Common playground is the second all-inclusive playground in Greenville and includes natural features and playground structures such as ziplines, wheelchair-accessible swings, fitness equipment, musical elements, and more in the southeast sector of Town Common.