The 16 Best Playgrounds in Asheville for Toddlers

As a Mom of a very active toddler, I made it my mission to learn all of the best toddler playgrounds in Asheville very quickly.

The city-run Asheville parks are great, and the area features some awesome things to do in Asheville with kids.

In this list, I include parks and some other options because I think they offer toddlers and preschoolers a varied and interesting experience.

Castle at Roy Pope Memorial Park

Roy Pope Memorial Park has two different play structures, both of which feature a lot of enclosed sections.


Silverline Park

Silverline Park is also in Woodfin, on the French Broad River just up Riverside Drive from a section of the river known for its breweries and not far from the River Arts District.


Wooden Play Structure at Carrier Park

The playground looks like a castle, with a lot of climbing towers and slides, as well as a ton of nooks and crannies to explore.


Augusta Barnett Playground

The play structure is simple and low to the ground despite being very unique and whimsical. The whole design reminds me of Dr. Seuss!


Lake Julian Park

With multiple trails and play areas, Lake Julian can be your go-to without it ever getting old.


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