I've been hearing people sing the praises of the all-accessible Kayla's Playground for many years, and I've been wanting to see what all the excitement is about. I set out yesterday with my three-year-old and one-year-old on a mini road trip to Franklin. We left our home in Glendale around 8:35, caught a little bit of traffic, and arrived by 9:05 or 9:10. The girls were starting to get crabby and whiny, and I thought I may have made a mistake.
That is, until we pulled up to our destination.
Kayla's Playground looks like a whimsical dream from the moment you catch sight of it, and it doesn't disappoint.
You'll pass through a colorful entrance sign to get into the playground. And, by the way, this is the only entrance / exit. NICE.
From the central path, you can turn right for a playground designed for ages 5-12, or left for a playground meant for younger children.