Tawawa Park is so large with so many areas to play and explore that I recommend looking at the Tawawa map before visiting! We have found 6 different playgrounds with very different play equipment for a wide range of ages. Driving across the very narrow paved road next to Tawawa Lake is the most harrowing thing. No guardrails. No middle lines or edge lines. I do it so that we can get to the 75% of the park and the 5 playgrounds on that side of the park.
The metal slide at Young Cove’s is one off the pieces of equipment located in that area. There is also a large picnic shelter which would be a nice place for a family picnic or birthday party.
The main play structure at Young’s Cove consists of a ramp, three slides, and places to climb up or down the structure.
Big Red loved being on the metal climber that was located at Young’s Cove.
There’s also a set of swings in this area to play on as well.
There are a handful of nature trails throughout Tawawa Park from .1 to 4.72 miles in distance totaling around 15 miles for those who love hiking or walking. This is one of the paved hiking trails through Tawawa Park which goes towards Brookside Park which used to be a Girl Scout Camp.
There’s a playground near this park of the park which includes animal bouncers at Larch’s Nook.
This unique set of swings is also located at Larch’s Nook right near a smaller picnic shelter and a giant boulder to play on.
Eldest is always on the lookout for places to “film” so discovering Tawawa Creek made him super excited excited! All three boys were excited that they could explore and play in the creek.
Tawawa Park is a very large park with lots of things to do to suit all sorts of interests from playgrounds, fishing, walking trails and creek stomping.
Pros of Tawawa-
Lots of places to play for children.
Cons of Tawawa-
Most areas only have porta johns and not real restrooms.