Gajumaru Park is named after the giant banyan trees that surround the park, which itself feels like a castle ruin. The playground is encompassed by a small stone wall, which keeps little kids safe. Older kids will want to run around and play hide-and-seek in the surrounding area.
This is one of the last parks in Ginowan before entering Urasoe. It is located where a river and the ocean meet right by the Ginowan Bypass. There are swings and a cement slide that leads to a sandbox.
A dolphin greets you at the entrance of Yuna Park. There is a roller slide and playground, plus lots of sand and space to run around. There are several other parks in close proximity but they are all different, so if you like roller slides check this one out.
There are two main playground areas, one for smaller children and one for bigger children, although both are fairly suitable for all ages. You can follow the path around to a bridge and look at the river below. On the other side of the park sits a gate ball court popular with retired locals.
At the center of Mashiki park is a large monkey bar style dome with a big slide attached. It is bigger than it looks in pictures, so it may be a little hard to play on for very small children but is just the challenge older kids will love.
This is a small park with a lot packed in. It is not visible from the road but once you enter the park you will find a pyramid shaped rope climb, playground, and cement slide.
Drive to the end of the road and you will find the park. Half of the park is hidden behind the apartments so check out both sides. There is a roller slide, swings, and a combination playground set.
The handmade elephant slide here is both realistic and fake looking at the same time. There is lots of playground equipment spread throughout this popular park.
Matsunooka means “pine tree hill”, and that’s what it is. There is a long cement slide on the far right side, and a playground on the left. Lots of kids from the apartment across the street play here.
Uehara Park is located next to Sakima Art Museum and has a lot of retro playground equipment that looks like it came from a 1950s Sci-Fi movie set.