The Boneyard

2.4

Just past the Oldengate Bridge on the left, kids of all ages will enjoy exploring the Boneyard. This educational playground is a replica of a dig site with rope ladders, tunnels and slides, on varying levels for you to explore to your heart’s content.The soft cushiony floor makes for a safe play area. There are a number of interactive displays here as well. Don’t be afraid to open doors and lids to crates, or step on dinosaur footprints because you never know what you’ll encounter. 

There are dig site notes and facts posted around the walls of the enclosed area and the fossils here are archaeologically correct. 

Nearby the sandbox area is not filled with real sand, but rather a no-stick variety known as “Texas grit”.Here children can play archaeologist and dig for the faux remains of a 10,000-year old woolly mammoth. Throughout the day, the sandbox is periodically closed so that these precious bones can be reburied for the next group of budding archaeologists to discover!

Restrictions /Accessibility:

The Boneyard is wheelchair accessible.

The Boneyard Reviews

There are currently 5 reviews for The Boneyard.

Jun 07, 2009 by bsusanmb
5

My grandchildren LOVE this...it give them the opportunity to run and play and be kids, get rid of pent of energy, climb and ride slides. It is safe, and there is only one way in and out, so I didn't ...

May 18, 2009 by Love2663
2

My children really enjoyed this large play area, with tunnels and slides. My son enjoyed the dig site. Unfortunately, the play area has little cover and only a few industrial fans.

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