EUREKA, Ca. (KIEM) – Thanks to a very competitive grant by the National Park Association and the Walt Disney company, the Clara May Berry Park in Eureka had its official re-opening Saturday.
Eureka was one of 25 cities to receive funding for this project.
The site includes rockers, climbers, spinners and a safety fence.
The playground is being transformed into a new sensory playground, and will also be an inclusive park for kids with cognitive disabilities.
The city of Eureka says, with the re-design of the playground they hope to bring back kids to the area.
It will also be an area where kids will not only play, but they can learn all about bees as well.
Construction for this project is expected to last until December.