19 Parks And Playgrounds That Are Straight-Up Living In The Future

1. This park bench has a solar panel so you can charge your phone:
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2. This playground has ramps throughout so children in wheelchairs can play too:

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3. This park has a water fountain for adults, kids, and even your adorable dogs:

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4. This park that has a sunscreen dispenser for those extremely hot summer days:

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5. This playground has a swing for people that use a wheelchair:

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6. This playground has a permanent tent over it so you can play no matter the weather:

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7. This light post in a park holds an umbrella over a bench so you can stay dry:

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8. This park has a secret library for park-goers that need a good book:

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9. This park uses pictures posted to social media to help track fire recovery:

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10. This park has a place where you can borrow a walking stick for hikes:

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11. This picnic table has important hotlines painted on the top of it:

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12. This park has a bookcase on a hiking trail, so if hikers need a break, they can read a book:

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13. This playground has a place where children can learn braille:

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14. This park has a track on the stairs so you can easily roll your bike up or down:

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15. This hilarious park sign teaches you how to make friends with strangers:

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16. This playground has giant Lego pieces so children can build forts for themselves:

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17. This park’s water fountain has a place to refill your reusable water bottle:

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18. This park has a simple, yet effective, place to store your bike while you hike:

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19. And finally, this school that has a slide from a classroom directly to the playground:

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