The ADA-approved enabling playground located within The Market Common is designed for able-bodied and special needs children and their families
The two public faces of Savannah’s Playground: Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes and Savannah Thompson.
Savannah Thompson is pictured here at the ADA-approved playground that bears her name.
Savannah’s Playground features state-of-the-art, fun- for-all-abilities and ADA-approved playground equipment, making it one of the largest such “inclusive” parks in the Southeast.
Savannah Thompson and her father, Lance, check out the playground facilities, which rubberized surfaces, plenty of shade and specially engineered equipment designed for special needs and able-bodied children to use together.
Savannah Thompson was the star of the day at the September 3, 2016, grand opening of Savannah’s Playground.
Savannah Thompson, pictured here with her mother, Marjorie, and other Myrtle Beach dignitaries, presented the key to Savannah’s Playground to Myrtle Beach Mayor John Rhodes at the playground’s grand opening in September.