The wading river and splash pool in the park is popular with locals, but as there is no shade directly over the wading river we have not been during the summer when the water is on. The adventure playground is one of two playgrounds in the park. The adventure playground is the better of the two by far, but it is only suited to older children. If younger children are playing there you would need to watch them closely as there are a lot of lose twigs and branches sticking up and the climbing activities are for older children. The park is quite small with the result the two playgrounds are close to each other which is convenient when you have children of different ages with you. The other playground isn’t great though. The equipment is quite old, and while its functional it doesn’t look very appealing. It is more suited to smaller children. They do have slides and a sandpit. There are tennis courts on one side of the park, they are kind of separated from the main park itself. There are public toilets as well as taps to wash your hands. There are drink vending machines.
Access Hiratsuka ParkClosest station is Shiku station on the Saitama New Urban Transit New Shuttle line. It is about a 25 minute walk from the station. On route 5 close to the city hall turn on the Nakasendo (route 17). Parking is free, but quite limited. First published January 10th 2014, republished March 22nd 2018.
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