A: Yes, a few. Most are equipped with ramps that lead to the main play structures, such as the pirate-themed playground at Box Canyon Park in Yorba Linda. Pavion Park in Mission Viejo has two adaptive swings and a rocking bench that can accommodate wheelchairs.
Angels Playground at Costa Mesa’s TeWinkle Park and Courtney’s Sandcastle Universal Access Playground in San Clemente were each named for local children with disabilities. The former has a 9,200-square-foot play area, featuring a large glider swing and a raised sand table. The latter has a ramp-equipped play structure and an accessible sand area, plus a sensory garden with musical soundboards, plants, and a simulated tide pool.