The larger part of the playground consists of one giant structure with two levels that really do resemble a "fort". There are steering wheels, ramps, swinging bridges, monkey bars, slides and various climbing structures to play on. The other side of the playground consists of baby swings and a much smaller scale fort structure for the little guys to play on.
There are restrooms located between the two playground sides and there is plenty of shady bench seating along the perimeter as well as a few tables. There is also a sprinkler in the middle near the restrooms (although nature provided it's own showers for us on this particular visit). We have only been to this playground on a couple of other occasions so I can not say for certain, but it has never been over-crowded any time that we have been there.
Since we've had so much rain here this week (it is May and not April, right?) our featured sign this week is "Rain"