What To Expect At Tuckahoe Park In Arlington

One of the reasons I love Tuckahoe Park is because it’s different from any park that I have seen in Arlington. I have been here several times with my five-year-old daughter and she really enjoys herself.

Tuckahoe park

Located next to Tuckahoe Elementary School, this twelve-acre park features a large playground with unique play structures that makes it fun and different for the kids. The main play structures include a giant plaything with slides, a dish swing, and a large rope pyramid that my daughter loved climbing. There are also some swings,  spinners, bouncing pads, and teeter-totters. The park is perfect for 5-12-year-olds.

Other features in the park include:

  • Two baseball/softball fields
  • Two lighted tennis courts
  • A rectangular grass field
  • Nature trails
  • Amphitheater
  • A shaded area with picnic tables
  • A drinking fountain

Tuckahoe Park is at the intersection of Lee and Sycamore Street and is only a 10-minute walk from East Falls Metro Station. It is open from sunrise to half an hour after sunset.

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