The tot lot of this historic Western-themed playground is adorable. If you have a baby or toddler, this is a must, even if it’s just for cute photos with all the play buildings (especially the teepee). There’s also lots of little slides and faux houses for them to hide in.

Just next door, the playground for the bigger kids is nice and offers a lot more in terms of climbing structures, bigger slides, swings, a seesaw and a merry-go-round.

Fort Wildflower playground is part of Heritage Park, which includes a wonderful shaded splash pad, circled with deck chairs—perfcet for weary parents. There’s also a “Wildlife Encounter” trail with life-size bronze sculptures of bobcats, deer and coyotes, as well as a pretty a pond, accented by a wooden boardwalk and pavilion.

Best Playgrounds | The Essentials – Fort Wildflower at Heritage Park, Flower Mound

Where? 600 Spinks Road., Flower Mound

Restrooms? Restrooms available and located between the playground and the splash pad

All-Abilities? Not an all-abilities playground

Age? For the Tot Lot (the cute play town) the sign reads 2-5. Our experience was that while it is fun for that age group they get bored quickly and end up spending more time in the bigger kids area. The tot lot specifically is probably most fun for the 1-2 age group.

More: flower-mound.com/1652/Heritage-Park-of-Flower-Mound

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