Whenever I visit Franklin’s jewel, Kayla’s Playground, I make it a point to stop and look at the posted proclamation written by Franklin Mayor Steve Olson. It opens by stating Kayla Runte’s “much-too-short and precious life inspired an entire community to develop a playground that celebrates joy and inclusion.”
That it does.
Kayla’s Playground goes beyond federal requirements for playgrounds by providing not one but three types of play.
And this wonderful spot also addresses the worry for many that today’s playgrounds have become less adventurous.
Read more about the value of places like Kayla’s Playground from City Lab.
The article never mentions Kayla’s Playground, but has Kayla’s Playground written all over it.