Another day, another park! Thanks to a recommendation from our friends over at The Five Forks, we ventured out to Spring Arbor to check out Harmony Park. Tucked into a neighborhood setting off the main road, Harmony Park offers equipment for both littles and bigs. Keep reading to learn more about this local gem!
Location Name: Harmony Park
Address: Located at the corner of Star and Harmony Road (behind McDonald’s, in between the Senior Center and the Fire Station)
Why we love it: TONS of equipment, lots of space to play, quiet neighborhood setting
Features: Climbers for bigs and littles, car/dino/whale bouncers, toddler swings, regular swings, monkey bars, unique climbing equipment, ball field, pavilion, bathrooms, and the Snyder School House and Museum.
Elizabeth’s Suggestion: This park is close to the Teft Road Trailhead. Why not go for a hike, grab some food, and head to the park for a picnic and playtime?
Toddler Approved? Yes
Stroller friendly? There are no paved paths to the park, and there is a step-up to get to the play area.
Big Kid Approved? Yes
Full Sun or Shade? Mostly full sun
Restroom? Yes (closed seasonally)
Parking? We parked at the senior center, as we didn’t spot a dedicated parking area specifically for Harmony Park
Hours: Dawn until Dusk
Closing Review: Harmony Park offers so much equipment that is perfect for climbing, sliding, and swinging – in fact, much of the equipment is quite unique and different from other parks in our area! This park is definitely worth the drive out to Spring Arbor.