Have you ever seen a dragon spout water from its nostrils? No? Then you need to get yourself to Bicentennial Park Southlake, which is completely enclosed by a securely gated wall with multiple play structures set among beautiful landscaping.

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The sand pit at Bicenetnnial Park Southlake is awesome!

In addition to the dragon (which is a fun water feature for the warmer months and a great photo opportunity), a highlight is a very large sand pit complete with a playhouse.

Other favorite features include an impressive climbing wall that closely resembles an actual cliff, zip-lines, splash pad and a series of small caves, fun for hiding or a quiet spot for snacks or a picnic. Another playground highlight is ample seating for parents.

Best Playgrounds | The Essentials – Bicentennial Park Southlake

Where? 450 W, Southlake Blvd., Southlake

Restrooms? Sometimes … sort of! While not particularly convenient, there are restrooms you can use at Liberty Rec Center which is located nearby to Liberty Park. Of course, access to these restrooms is limited by the opening times of the center.

All-Abilities? Not an all-abilities playground

Age? All ages

More: https://www.visitsouthlaketexas.com/facilities/facility/details/Bicentennial-Park-8

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