This playground can be found in ‘Sconset Village’s historic Codfish Park, which is only a short distance from ‘Sconset Beach. The original playground was situated on the beach, but due to erosion, the play structures had to be relocated to a location inland.
The Lockhart family provided the land that was necessary for this endeavor, and the entirety of the park was refurbished with the help of contributions from a large number of ‘Sconset families.
The playground resembles a boat, complete with a nautical theme that’s sure to catch kids’ attention. It’s definitely the highlight of any island tour for children.
With its charming design and fun features, this playground is sure to be a hit with kids. They’ll love exploring every nook and cranny of this boat-shaped playground, making it a must-visit spot on any island adventure.
The playground may be reached on foot or by bike. Keep in mind there are no designated parking lots. Amenities for people with disabilities include parking spaces designed to accommodate wheelchairs, a picnic table accessible to those using wheelchairs, and rubberized walkways around the park.
Directions: After leaving town, take the Milestone Road into Sconset. Take a right at the Sconset rotary onto Ocean Avenue, then an immediate left onto Gully Road. Gully Road goes under a bridge and then swings abruptly left. The playground will be on your left just after the road bends to the left.