Soon, everyone will be able to play at Huron Court Park.
The Town of Innisfil is currently in the process of replacing equipment at the Alcona site with a larger, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act-compliant playground.
“The current playgrounds … had come to the end of their life cycle,” capital project manager Meredith Goodwin said. “The new playground will have many pieces of equipment for different abilities from infants to school-age children. The play equipment meets (their) sensory, motor, cognitive and social skills and includes two zip lines, one includes a bucket seat.”
A shade structure with picnic tables, new painted lines on the basketball court, and another walkway connecting Benson Street and Alcona Glen Elementary School to the existing trail system will also be added to the site, she said.
As well, new park fixtures and furniture, including a bike rack, garbage cans and seating, are planned.
The town says space on the north side of the Huron Court parking lot will be limited during the construction period.
Work should be finished in the spring.
For more details on the project, visit innisfil.ca.