is it good idea to create files with playgrounds and other such places on the roads?
I love the idea, I can't tell you how often our kids get sick and tired of being in the car on a long car trip. It would be nice to be able to get directed to the nearest park, rest areas are ok for going potty but sometimes you need things to climb on to get the wiggely jiggelies out of you;)
I can tell that You are good mom,I was thinking about not beeing cut by the radar,and not about children needeng brake from travel,but Your focus is different from mine,but i think more important,so I guess we both can use such file.
Also I like to know in advance,that our little ones are ahed,SLOW DOWN,specially if you dont know the road
Same here, we travel a lot and have a 3 year old. I've been looking for a good iPhone app for playgrounds but haven't found one yet. I never thought it would so difficult to find them.
Used to be able to go to nearly any Elementary School to find a playground. Now they are being fenced in to keep everyone out. Of course in this day and age of people being sue happy I can understand. Child goes to the local school playground unsupervised and gets hurt and next thing you know mommy and daddy are suing the school system for damages beyond what the injury is worth.
Need I say more.
I don't know how you will find a database with this information, but it will be good, if you can.
I put together a POI of 768 Parks in and around St. Louis. Some of the city parks have playgrounds, some are designated as Tot Lots, and some you may have to go to to see what is there. I know there is a City of Chicago Parks Dept. POI on here, too, so maybe you can make one for your city.
Not all playgrounds are created equal and getting local advice on good playgrounds, which are safe, fun, clean, etc is very helpful. I hope there are some good files for this one. I know I could start one for my area after much investigation with my experts (kids).
...and we're referring to the adults, not the kids.
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