Sunny Fields Park / Solvang, California

Jan 13, 2014

Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog

We made a stop at Sunny Fields Park during our trip to Solvang, California. I found it online and thought that the kids would enjoy it. It reminded me of an amazing playground in Copenhagen that the kids loved. Looking back at photos from that playground, Søren has grown so much. Not only does he run and jump and go down small slides alone, he has hair!Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog

We took turns playing hide-and-seek with Aiden, and entertaining Søren. Sometimes traveling with kids can be exhausting, but I feel such a passion for sharing the world with them. I know it will pay off when they are older and have all of these fond memories to look back on.Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog Sunny Fields Park, Solvang California | Team Wiking Blog

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What a great playground! We have a similar wooden playground here in Berkeley called Aquatic Park (you can see it here: http://www.littlehiccups.net/2013/08/aquatic-park-in-berkeley.html), although this one looks a little more “polished”.
My kids always love playing at Aquatic Park as it’s a nice change from the regular playground equipment. It also reminds them of one of their favourite playgrounds back home in Australia.

what a beautiful playground! reminds me of one we have here in Toronto, it was actually designed and built by children and their families 😉
here’s a link http://blogparaanotarlavida.blogspot.ca/2013/09/hola-otono-que-gusto-verte.html

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