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Surrounding area: Vättersdälden is located in Årsta, the southern part of Stockholm. The area is primarily residential. There are some shops and restaurants near the intersection of Hjälmarsvägen and Årstavägen about a 10 minute walk away from the playground.

Age groups: The playground is most appropriate for toddler, preschooler and middle school children.

Features: The playground features a wading pool, as well as separate toddler area. There is also an open school with an indoor area. They offer various activities for children 0 to 6 years (for more information go to their Facebook pages here).
The playground features include:
In the toddler area:
  • A sand pit
  • A water play trough
  • Two play houses
  • A balancing log
In the rest of the playground:
  • A wading pool
  • A large swing set with bucket swings and tire swings
  • A basket swing
  • Three spring platforms
  • Two spinning structures
  • An accessible spinning structure
  • Three play hammocks
  • A zip line
  • A rope climbing structure
  • A sports field
Accessibility: There is a spinning structure that can be accessed by a wheelchair, as well as a basket swing.

Safety: The toddler area is entirely fenced in and visibility is good in this section of the park. The rest of the playground is not fenced in. The the park is long and narrow and visibility is low from the wading pool.

Shade: The park is very well shaded with many large trees.

Seating: There are many tables and benches around the playground.

Picnic area: There is an outdoor grill near the toddler area and many picnic tables through the playground.

Restroom and changing table: There is a restroom inside the open school and outside near the wading pool. Both are only open during park operating hours.

Strollers and bikes: There is stroller parking for those going inside the open school but otherwise the playground is open for strollers. There are no bike racks at this playground.
Vättervägen 15, 120 50 Stockholm
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