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Clemyjontri Park, McLean

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  • We had a great time at this park in McLean. It is quite large and offers a lot of options, especially for families with children with physical disabilities (wheelchair swing and large swings for child...  more »
  • It's huge. It's filled with children. It's not like the kind of playground we (I'm of a certain age) ever dreamed of - but it's safe (everything that could be is padded) and it's fun for kids that hav...  more »
  • This is a huge playground. There are activities for a wide range of ages. The whole area is padded. My son loved running the race track. There is a maze, slides, monkey bars, balance beams, swings, an...  more »
  • A kid's Paradise. I have been to a lot of parks in my life, and this tops it all. The kids had a blast!
  • Amazing place for your kids. Lots of activities for kids from infants to 12 year olds. Also has a carousel that's open spring to fall.
  • This is most likely the best public playground in the DC metro area. It's always packed during warmer months. Best thing about it is that a lot of the play things are design for people with disabilities.
  • Such a great place for kids free and very close they have so many activities for kids .. There is ab train too
  • Fascinating, sprawling playground. Almost too big, in a way, especially if you are watching out for two or more kids, because they can get quite far away. It's designed with handicapped children in mind. It's usually packed on the weekends,with overflow parking required.