Santa Clarita officials recently unveiled upgrades for a renovated Chesebrough Park this week.
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Due to the discontinuation of the play equipment previously at the Chesebrough Park, Santa Clarita officials recently unveiled its changes. Some new features include a new Hot Wheels track, a climbing wall and new slide.
The new equipment at Chesebrough Park, located at 23505 Sunset Hills Drive in Valencia, allows for easy repairs as well as providing a fun and activities for Santa Clarita families, officials said.
The original play equipment was discontinued, limiting the city’s ability to purchase replacement parts for future maintenance.
Kids can enjoy new features including bongo drums, a new Hot Wheels track, a climbing wall, Tech Deck fingerboard pool, sand box, and a shape puzzle designed for kids age 2 to 5 years old.
A new slide, climbing tube and swing set round out the state-of-the-art play area, which is surrounded by several new shade canopies.
The park also features a new play area for kids five to 12, featuring a spinning pole, monkey bars, climbing wall, three slides, climbing ropes and rings, and a pull-up bar and a new rubberized surface puts an extra spring in kids’ steps.
“The City of Santa Clarita works hard to provide beautiful parks and quality recreation opportunities for residents of all ages to enjoy,” said Mayor Laurene Weste. “In addition to updating the play area at Chesebrough Park, the City donated the park’s original play equipment to ‘Kids Around the World.’ The nonprofit organization delivers safe play equipment to children in need in other countries, so we were happy to see the former park equipment put to good use.”
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Source: Santa Clarita News