Father Tucker Park Reopens in Wilmington

After decades of being in poor condition, Father Tucker Park has officially reopened with much to offer the community.

Located in Little Italy of Wilmington, Delaware, the 20,000 sq. ft. park has experienced a great revitalization effort thanks to neighborhood volunteers. Forming “Friends of Father Tucker Park”, volunteers sought input from local kids, parents, and teachers for the overall design of the park. After coming up with different ideas, the final designs were put to a vote. Teaming up with KOMPAN, decisions were then made to determine the best fit for the park, and location of all play structures.

After five years from initially starting the process, Father Tucker Park now has all new inclusive equipment that everyone of all abilities can enjoy. With splash pads, slides, rope climbing equipment, and so much more, the park is set to become a hub for the community, and a glimpse of what is to come for the future of the neighborhood. Read more at TownSquareDelaware.com.

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Photos via Town Square Delaware: https://townsquaredelaware.com/2018/07/31/little-italy-cuts-the-ribbon-on-new-playground/