The Boundless Playground at the Twin Lakes Park West Recreation Area is a wonderland for kids of all ages and physical abilities. The exceptionally large 90-foot by 120-foot play area offer children a variety of activities such as slides, swings, mazes, climbers, balance challenges and bounce/swivel seats. All walking decks are twice the width of a normal playground, allowing wheelchairs to fit easily on the decks. There are over 55 activity stations, and equipment meets or exceeds all ADA requirements. The playground is surrounded by a unique poured rubber material that provides a soft, cushioned safety surface and enhances accessibility.
The Neos Inclusive Electronic Playground combines the fun of electronic games with the explosive movement of aerobic exercise that delivers a workout comparable to soccer or jogging, raising heart rate by an average of 20%. This playground is accessible for visitors of all ages and abilities, improving peripheral vision and auditory and spatial awareness skills with eight games for one or two players.
The Neos Inclusive Electronic Playground was donated in-part by Alison and Brandon Cox of Greensburg, in memory of their daughter, Hailey. The Cox’s are the founders and coordinators of the Hailey’s Angels March for Parks team.
To visit the Boundless Playground and the Neos Inclusive Electronic Playground at Twin Lakes, follow Donohoe Road from the traffic light at Westmoreland Mall. Bear right onto Donohoe Road. Continue on Donohoe approximately one mile to four-way stop (intersection with Georges Station Road). Turn left onto Georges Station Road. In approximately 0.3 miles, turn right into Twin Lakes Park Expansion Site.