PA Environment Digest – Possibility Place Playground in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin County, was built in 2006 by community members as a place where children of all physical abilities could come together to play.
Since then, the playground has become the go-to place for recreation, birthday celebrations and special sports team events.
It’s no wonder that when the Rotary Club of Colonial Park Foundation applied to Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful for a Fresh Paint Days PA Grant to renew a mural, garden boxes, climbing wall, benches, a boat house and more it was awarded with pleasure.
The restoration was timed to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the playground’s construction, bringing together many of the same people.
The playground is the only 100 percent handicapped accessible playground in Dauphin County and was the first fully-accessible playground in the Commonwealth.