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Philadelphia, PA, US

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36th and Aspen Playground

36th and Aspen Playground

Recently renovated playground - now it's the most used in the area. Baseball park outlined with t...
37 and Mt. Vernon Playground

37 and Mt. Vernon Playground

This playground is extremely run down. It's now used more by druggies than children. The paint is...
39th and Olive Playground

39th and Olive Playground

Has a pool, a playground for under 3-year olds and another playground for older kids. Looks recen...
39th and Olive Playground

39th and Olive Playground

Recently renovated playground, looking nice now. Two playgrounds, one for the little kids and one...
Alexander Wilson School Playground

Alexander Wilson School Playground

The elementary school grades K-6 doesn't have a playground and we would like to build one.
Allens Lane Art Center & Playground

Allens Lane Art Center & Playground

shady playground with 2 play structures, tennis courts, soccer field, swing sets
Alliance for Progress Charter School

Alliance for Progress Charter School

This is a community build playground.
Alliance for Progress Charter School

Alliance for Progress Charter School

Our playground is on the school yard of our lower school building in the heart of North Philadelp...
Anderson Add B School

Anderson Add B School

Public school: Facilities available for play during non-school hours
Andrew Jackson School

Andrew Jackson School

Andrew Jackson Public School is a PK-8 school in the Passyunk Square Neighborhood of Philadelphia...
Belmont Charter School

Belmont Charter School

Public school: Facilities available for play during non-school hours.
Boys & Girls Club- Nicetown Playground

Boys & Girls Club- Nicetown Playground

This is truly a magical playground that hosts a variety of play and learning options for children...

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