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David C Uribe Park-Youngtown

The Park Series continues with a Park in Youngtown! We just happened to be driving on Olive to get to another park when I spotted this one from Olive (and behind a gas station, so convenient if you need some snacks or a bathroom break) so we swung in and even saw some other children who were park hopping!

My children LOVE exploring new parks, and when I said that we were going to find at least two, they (well, Munchie and Giggles) were ecstatic!



The park has a great sign (and luckily it was a public park as I wasn’t sure if it was a community or private park), and parking and the playground is far from the busy roads!


And, of course I was pretty excited that it was a covered playground and had a covered ramada that I could sit under, you know, if the kids let me.


Two nice picnic tables under the ramada, and close by to the playground.


The playground was easily accessible to Giggles, and Munchie (almost five) liked it too.




Two swings were available, but no baby swings.


Lots of slides for the kids!


IMG_4988The climbing features from two different angles


And some Monkey bars for monkeying around!



There were also some bathrooms, but they were locked. Maybe they would be opened when they have games in the fields behind the playground.


There were also sidewalks all around as well, with people driving to the parking lot and walking on the trails with their dogs. Don’t forget the sand toys, there is tons of sand around the playground.

David C. Uribe park was great for my little kids, and there was lots of room (behind the bathrooms) to play some field sports as well. Bring those balls and have the kids RUN! I loved that this park was mostly far from the street and not so close to the parking lot.

The Basics

David C Uribe Park

Olive and Agua Fria Parkway

Youngtown, AZ

This park includes:
Climbing Features, Covered Playground, Greenspace, Ramadas, Restrooms, Slides, Swings, Toddler Friendly, Walking Paths


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