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Preston's H.O.P.E. Playground

216.831.0700

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Preston's H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Play and Enjoy), located in Beachwood, is a playground designed to allow children with a variety of disabilities to play with their families and other children, the first such playground in Northeast Ohio. It is named for Preston Fisher, a young boy with muscular atrophy. It was his mother, Jackie Fisher with her friend, Stacie Halpern, who raised the $3 million necessary to build the playground.

Voted "Best Park" and "Best Place To Take Kids for the Afternoon" by Macaroni Kid East website, the 60,000 square feet playground offers opportunities for kids with and without disabilities to have endless fun and learning opportunities. Preston's H.O.P.E. playground is packed with play structures on multiple levels connected by ramps. Activity panels with lively motion activated music are found throughout on walls, pathways, and on play structures. The chance to learn Braille is scattered throughout. Other playground activities include:


Contact Info:

216.831.0700

Website:
http://www.mandeljcc.org/mandel/preston-s-h.o.p.e.-playground/
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The playground, is FREE, and open to the public from 6 am to 10 pm daily.

Please note: families are free to bring in food and/or picnic lunches but grilling is not permitted on the grounds of Preston's H.O.P.E.

 

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Location(s)

  1. Location Name:
    Preston's H.O.P.E. Playground
    Address:
    Located on the Property of the Mandel Jewish Community Center
    26001 S. Woodland Road
    Beachwood
    OH
    44122
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    Contact:
    Preston's H.O.P.E. Playground
    info@prestonshope.com

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