Jack's Place Playground
Lake Rd & Holt Rd Webster
Playground designed for kids (5-12).
-Parking: Yes (Off Street, Dedicated Lot)
-Hours: Not Specified (Likely matches Webster Town Park Hours)
-Turf: Wood Chip
-State of Repair: New, Well Maintained
-Themed: Yes (Dinosaur)
-Type of Playground: Wooden
-Variety of Equipment: Climbing, Rock Wall, Balancing Equipment, Obstacle Course, Multi-Level Playground, Merry-Go-Round Net Climbers
-Swings: Regular, Full Bucket Baby Swing, Adaptive Swing Seat
-Slides: 2 Large/ 1 Small
-Sun/shade: Full sun
-Refuse: 2 Large Garbage Cans
-Seating: Several Benches
-Picnic: No designated area, lodges nearby if not rented
-Bathroom: Yes - Porta Potty next to Holt Lodge about 100 yards
-Little library: Yes, also seed library
Stroller friendly: Yes
Additional info: Set back from the street
-Nearby Trail: Webster Park! Tons of trails.
-Water Features: Lake across the street (Lake Rd)
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To learn more about Mendon Ponds Park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/mendon-ponds-park/
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To learn more about Durand Eastman Park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/durand-eastman-park/
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To learn more about Northampton Park and Springdale Farm, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/springdale-farm-at-northampton-park/
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To learn more about Egypt Farm, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/egypt-park/
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Find more details in the article on our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/seneca-park/
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To learn more about Powder Mills Park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/powder-mills-park/
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To read more about the park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/thornell-farm-park/
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To read more about the park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/shortsville-budd-park/
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To read more about the park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/edmund-lyon-park/
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More details can be found on our website: www.rochesterplaybook.com/ricky-greene-memorial-park
1048 Portville-Obi Road Portville, NY 14770
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Check out our full article at http://wnyplaybook.com/billy-wilson-park/
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To learn more about Webster County Park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/webster-county-park/
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To learn more about Hamlin Beach State Park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/hamlin-beach-state-park/