The play structure at Robert M. Davis Park is definitely geared towards toddlers and preschoolers. The entire play structure is lower to the ground then most parks and the steps are shorter for easier access for little ones.
This photo of the back of the play structure shows three ways to climb up onto the structure. There’s a curved set of wire bars, a chain ladder and a curved set of metal steps. All great ways for younger children to practice their gross motor skills.
There is a swing set located at Robert M. Davis Park which is missing one baby swing but has 3 others.
The balance beam is a great way for children to practice walking a tight rope like at the circus. There’s also a handful of rocking animals to sit and ride which are always fun for my kids.
There’s a set of benches and a double bouncer at Robert M. Davis Park which make for more vestibular fun for the kids while parents relax.
There is one small picnic shelter located at the Robert M. Davis Park which would allow you to enjoy your lunch in the shade.
Robert M. Davis Park is located in Piqua, Ohio in the Deerfield neighborhood right off High Street heading West out of town towards Covington.
Pros of Robert M. Davis Park
- Variety of things to play on
- Great for younger children
Cons Robert M. Davis Park
- No bathroom facility.
- Bigger kids will get bored easily
Robert M. Davis Park is located off High Street in the Deerfield neighborhood on the east side of Piqua.