Top 19 Year Round Restroom locations in United States
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Live update: Updated August 9, 2022
1. Mendon Ponds Park
95 Douglas Rd, Honeoye Falls, NY 14472, USA
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From fishing, to hiking, to the playground, nature center, fairy trail and bird sanctuary, Mendon Ponds Park can supply a full day of fun! There is plenty to do and unlimited opportunities to connect with nature in all seasons. Bring a picnic lunch and spend the day. Dogs are not allowed on the fairy trail and in the Wild Wings areas. The typical playground, hiking trails and Wild Wings Facilities are driving distance from one another.
To learn more about Mendon Ponds Park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/mendon-ponds-park/
The playground is off of Douglas Rd. by the Hundred Acre Pond. It has a spring car, typical swings, baby swings and fun train structure. There are two separate structures for the young and old. There is a seasonal restrooms here as well as a big pond to explore just over the hill.
Highland is a vast park with sledding, festivals, hiking and a year-round conservatory. Near Highland Ave and Meadowbrook Rd, you can find a new, all natural playground. On the other side of the park is a second playground near the Lamberton Conservatory. This park is also home to the widely popular Lilac Festival.
To learn more about Highland Park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/highland-park/
The Webster Recreation Center has much to offer in terms of events and affordable family fun. One of the more unique fitness areas can be found behind the Webster Recreation Center.
To learn more about Webster Recreation Center, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/webster-recreation-center/
This is a beautiful community center with much to offer. The playground at the Perinton Recreation Center is open to the public, fenced and gated with a padded play surface. The equipment and environment is nicely designed for preschool children and younger. Venture inside the recreation center, and you will find a beautiful aquatics center and preschool open gym!
More information here: https://rochesterplaybook.com/perinton-community-center/
Ontario Play and Cafe is a 14,000 square foot indoor play center for children 10 years and younger, providing high quality fun, educational open play, and birthday parties.
💲Children under 2 years old- $7 (Weekday). Children 2-12 years old- $12.00 (Weekday). Infants under 1 year FREE with a paid sibling. Children 13+ – FREE. Prices may vary on weekends and school breaks. Walk-in visitors are welcome!
📆 Open Thursday-Tuesday from 10-5 and Wednesdays for private parties only
👕 Tip: bring a change of clothes for each kid! Even though smocks are provided for the water table, they always end up soaked in!
🎂 Ontario Play And Cafe is a fun indoor location for birthday parties!
The Semmel Road Park playground is partially shaded and near the towns highway department so you are likely to spot some heavy equipment! This is also one of the few playgrounds with one of those cars kiddos can sit in! Continue the fun by exploring the fenced in tennis and basketball courts as well as walking paths through the woods. Head to Semmel Road Park for free ice skating in the winter!
To read more about the park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/semmel-road-park/
This beloved conservatory is a great place to head any time of the year. It offers a sense of warmth and beauty in the middle of winter and makes a great stop when playing at the playground and hiking the trails in the summer. Kids love the wide variety of plant life and to observe the quails and turtles as they roam around the conservatory premises.
More information on Highland Park and the Conservatory can be found on our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/highland-park/
Hamlin Park has much more to offer than meets the eye! There is a large playground, year-round restrooms, and lots of open space. The park serves as a general multipurpose recreational facility. There are 2 open-air pavilions and lots of open space so bring a lunch and make a day of it!
Check out more details on our website at http://wnyplaybook.com/hamlin-park/
The Arcade & Attica Railroad immerses visitors into the history of railroading in America while providing modern fun for the whole family. Each ride takes you on a scenic journey through western New York's gorgeous countryside. This hidden gem offers seasonal and holiday events throughout the year. Pair with a visit to the Little Red Caboose during the summer months and enjoy their themed playground, yard games, and small miniature golf course.
Lucille Ball Memorial Park offers beautiful views of Chautauqua Lake and has a lot to explore! The playground is perfectly situated near bathrooms, a pavilion, and just a short walk from the boardwalk. There are statues of Lucille Ball, one of America's most beloved female comedians, positioned around the perimeter of the park. The late star was born in Jamestown, NY and lived in Celoron, NY for many years. The park is adjacent to the Celoron Lighthouse which is open daily from dawn to dusk. Kids love to run along the boardwalk and look for fish and other wildlife along the shore! There is a large free parking lot and a few nearby shops and eateries to explore. Take a walk across the street and enjoy a bit to eat and shop at Brindle Barn Co or have a sweet treat at The Lakeside Scoop.
Check out our full coverage athttp://wnyplaybook.com/lucille-ball-memorial-park/
Marilyn Toohey Park playground renovations were recently completed to include an all-inclusive playground and splash pad. The park is conveniently located a few short minutes from Art Park and positions within walking distance of the Niagara River and many delicious restaurants offering gorgeous views.
In June of 2022, construction was completed for the new all-inclusive playground and splash pad. This project was a joint project by the Village of Lewiston and Mason’s Mission Foundation. The original structure is now complemented by inclusive equipment with extensive thought given to promote parallel play opportunities. There is a 2-bay zipline, a wheelchair-accessible swing, an in-ground merry-go-ground, and a sway and fun. Rubber surface is under most of the new equipment with several areas still using wood chips for the surface. The playground structures are in full sun, but there is a pavilion nearby as well as several shades positioned over the play equipment.
Hamlin Beach State Park is divided into 4 areas: Area 1 has many play structures and walking paths along the lake, Area two has beautiful lodges to rent and beach access (no swimming), Areas 3 and 4 has a swimming beach and another unguarded beach can be found at Area 5. The Park is open year round with a car entrance fee during swimming season.
To learn more about Hamlin Beach State Park, head to our website: https://rochesterplaybook.com/hamlin-beach-state-park/
Leonard A. Bergman Park is a large 35-acre park located in a safe neighborhood on the edge of the city. The fenced-in playground at Bergman Park is inclusive offering wheel-friendly access, an accessible swing, and transfer stations allowing those in wheelchairs to lift themselves on to the equipment.
Additional amenities include a pavilion, public restrooms, grills, horseshoes, baseball/softball fields, and basketball courts.
For more details, check out our website https://wnyplaybook.com/bergman-park/
Allegany State Park Rte 1, Salamanca, NY 14779, USA
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Allegany State Park is the largest state park in New York State and is divided into the Red House Area and Quaker Area. Nestled within the 65,000 acre park are overlooks, playgrounds, hiking, swimming, fishing, nature trails, caves, and even a waterfall. Red House Area can be accessed from I-86 exits 19 and 21. There is so much to see here you definitely won't get it all in with one visit. Consider camping over or visit again and again! The following information outlines a visit to the Red House Area. Please note, there is a seasonal car entrance fee of $7 to enter the park.
For things to do, check out our full coverage at https://wnyplaybook.com/allegany-state-park-red-house-area/
2373 Allegany State Park Rte 1, Salamanca, NY 14779, USA
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Drive over to Red House Lake and park in the large parking lot on the right (same side as the lake). Here you will find the boathouse, large bathhouse, beach area with swimming, picnic area, and a lakefront playground. If you plan on swimming, check their Facebook page to make sure the beach is open. The beach periodically closes due to harmful algae blooms. Newly constructed in 2018, this large wooden playground features an obstacle course with rock-climbing walls, swing rope, scaling walls, and leaping pads. There is a sand play area with an activity platform and mini-excavator. The tall net twister can accommodate multiple children. There are typical swings and a birds nest swing set.
Find more details here: https://wnyplaybook.com/allegany-state-park-red-house-area/
6121 Chestnut Ridge Rd, Orchard Park, NY 14127, USA
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The new Playground for All at Chestnut Ridge Park had its grand opening October 22, 2021. This fully accessible, inclusive play space features a padded play surface with wheelchair accessibility throughout. Children and adults of all physical and developmental abilities are welcome to enjoy themselves in a sensory-rich environment. The playground is located next to the casino, just above the sled hill. There is a large parking lot and indoor restrooms. The park is about 40-minutes from Ellicottville but is well worth the drive.
It doesn’t get much better than Wright Park Beach! This is a stunning beach with clean sand, water, and breathtaking views of Lake Erie. A newly built playground, splash pad, and beach access make this park a hidden gem. There is a restaurant across the beach and many more options down the road at the Dunkirk Pier. This is the perfect family-friendly beach and tends to be less crowded than the other beaches in the area. This park is free to enjoy.
Weeden Park has more to offer than meets the eye. The playground area includes a large, well-maintained Fisher Price Commercial structure and a modern structure built in 2017. A 1-mile paved trail circles the park making this a great spot for stroller walks, bike rides, and rollerblading. Kids can watch the water flow by and hunt for fish at the small overlook. There are year-round restrooms located at the park entrance next to the large parking lot and pavilion.
The Fisher Price playground is the larger of the two areas. This structure is in amazing condition and offers so many levels of fun. There are a wide variety of slides, places to crawl and hide under, and several climbing structures. The restrooms are a short walk from the playground. While this structure is best suited for younger kids, older kids enjoy climbing around too!