New Play Equipment at Mary Holmes Park
New play equipment has been installed at Mary Holmes Park. Four traditional swings, a pair of toddler swings and a stand up teeter totter now form a secondary playground at the park. A wide slab bench has also been added.
Kids love the climbing sculptures already at the park, but a number of parents had requested traditional swingsets to complement them. Swings have a lasting value and never go out of style.The new equipment is made from locust wood, long used for fenceposts due to its natural resistance to rot and insects. It also happens to be the densest wood native to NC.
The bench is very comfy.