Woodlands has its fair share of awesome children’s playgrounds and one of the most fun ones can be found at Circle Green Park.
Amidst the neighbourhood flats at Woodlands Circle, there are not one, not two but three play areas with varying play elements for kids to enjoy at Circle Green Park.
Climbing Pyramid Playground
The highlight of the Circle Green Park playground is the huge climbing pyramid at the centre of the park.
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The blue-coloured climbing structure has rope nets for kids to ascend.
At the very top, there is a blue “house” which is connected to a red-and-cream coloured tube slide which twirls its way groundwards. From a distance, the playground looks like a lighthouse or a lantern.
An orange net tunnel also connects the blue Circle Green playground structure to an elevated level above the playground floor. It provides a fun, alternative way to enter into the play structure.
Another tube slide connects to the net tunnel.
Cargo nets offer other entry routes.
Pirate Ship at Circle Green Playground
At the southwestern end of Circle Green Park lies another playground. This one has a pirate ship play structure. Look out for the green alligator on the ground!
A rope merry-go-round and a linear see-saw off this playground.
We couldn’t quite figure out what this low table was for. Perhaps a way to teach kids about pie charts and fractions?
Swings at Circle Green Park
Completing the trifecta of playgrounds at Circle Green Park is an area with many swings at the northeastern section of the park.
Here, there is a hexagonal swing structure…
… a rope swing …
… and even bucket swings for young children.
There is also another multi-coloured play frame nearby too.
Circle Green Park offers varied play options for kids of different ages. There are play elements that cater to the younger age set and more challenging obstacles for older kids. It is fun Woodlands neighbourhood playground which different ages can enjoy.
Circle Green Park is located at Woodlands Circle, in front of Blocks 731, 732 and 733.