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    Aidan's Place

    A phone call from Nicole and Charlie Gaffney inspired this inclusive playground. Their son, Aidan, was born on December 5th, 1995, with a rare muscular disorder that left him dependent on both a ventilator and wheelchair. Prior to the opening of “Shane’s Inspiration,” these parents were never able to give their oldest son one of the […]

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    Brandon's Village

    This western-themed inclusive playground is nestled in a quiet canyon in Calabasas, Calif. It’s located at Gates Canyon Park. This play space does not have fenced in play zones. More information on the playground.      

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    Corona-Norco Family YMCA

    This unique inclusive and universally Accessible Playground at the Corona-Norco Family YMCA in Riverside is the first accessible playground of its kind in this region. A dragon, which is woven into the design of the surfacing, contains misting nozzles that can cool little knights and princesses down on a hot day, while his extended wings provide imaginative […]

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    Dearborn Park

    This is the 28th universally accessible and inclusive playground to be developed by Shane’s Inspiration and the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks. The equipment was built by Landscape Structures and features a sea-creatures theme. The playground incorporates some musical elements for kids to engage with. There is plenty of parking and a ton […]

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    DeGarmo Park & Inclusive Playground

    This nautical-themed inclusive playground is located northeast of the Burbank Airport in Sun Valley. It is a “Tot Park” which was built especially for children ages 2–5. This playground does not have bathrooms or accessible electricity.        

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    Glen Alla Park

    Opened:  Thursday, December 9, 2011 Size: 12,000 Sq. Ft.

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    Lake Street Park

    This small community playground was inspired by one tree…a stately ficus tree that has become central to the history of this neighborhood near MacArthur Park in Downtown Los Angeles. Children of all abilities will be able to explore and pretend in a series of shaded cottages, which are connected by ramps. Each path leads to the central […]