Hadley’s Park in Falls Road Park is truly accessible to all children, even satisfying the needs of the visually impaired. Built in 1999, the park features braille throughout its signs and games as well as high edge curbs, allowing children who are visually impaired to play alongside the other children. The park features a hard yet yielding surface that is perfect for wheelchairs, not to mention bikes, scooters and rollerblades. This rubber-based surface covers 34,000 square feet, making it one of the largest pour-in-place playing surfaces in the world. Within this footprint, the park is divided into three main areas that look like a pirate ship, a castle, and a fort, encouraging children to play make-believe. The ample free space within the park ensures that children will get plenty of exercise running from one activity to the next.