The Colossus of Dr. Robert k. Turner Elementary

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The Colossus of Dr. Robert k. Turner elementary. This playground is Huge! Emphasis on its name! It can be an exciting place for a family or even a whole function of people. There is ample parking around the school and on the street nearby. Some amenities include benches, three person basketball, a basketball court, some garbage cans and a baseball field.

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The majority of this playground is different bar related activities. Monkey bars all over the place and bar bridges connecting everything together. It has a large triple slide, some floating pods, a spiral slide, and telephone tubes. A con to this playground is that it has rather high steps, which can be quite challenging for little ones to climb.

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There is also a Tri-spinner, which at first may seem hard to use but once you get it going it’s quite entertaining (Not intended for those effected by motion sickness).