June 21st, 2018
Constitution Gardens Park is much more than a playground. It's a haven for sustainability, a mini library, and an outdoor history museum. The park boasts various features and fixtures that offer something for visitors of all ages, from Log Town to the Lost Library. Come to the park with a few little ones to explore the various elements, or leave them at home and go for a leisurely walk on your own.
As soon as you step foot in the park, you'll be greeted by the sweet scents emanating from the peony garden and the gurgle of a millstone fountain. Check out the herb garden spiral walk or sway to and fro on the swinging wooden benches. Then head to the Lost Library, where you can grab a book from the lending library (take a book, leave a book) and read it in the large Storyteller's Chair. If your youngsters want to play, Log Town boasts log playhouses, a sensory garden, and a few hand-carved wooden barnyard animals—not to mention a sand play area and structures for climbing.