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Concialdi Park, Wharton NJ

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Date of Photos & Review- 8/2007

Wharton’s Concialdi Park
Rating: 4

East Sterling & Port Oram St

I-80 to exit #34A/Wharton. Turn onto Route 15 South. Bear right on E Dewey Ave. Turn left on N Main St. Right on East Sterling. Go to top of the hill. Playground and small parking lot are on your right just after Roberts St.

Nice new equipment. Playground is on the top of a very steep hill so it can be VERY windy! Overlooks a well kept baseball and football field. Two tennis courts not far away. Big rock climbing wall.

Parking: A few smaller lots
Picnicking: Several tables in the shade, no benches right next to the equipment
Climbing: Very cool large climbing wall, wide corkscrew pole, tube, ladders, stairs, helix pole
Playthings: Tic-tac-toe
Slides: One corkscrew, one chute, three toddler
Sports: Football, baseball, two nice tennis courts
Swings: Four full size, two toddler
Walking Paths: Around the park between fields
Other Cool Stuff: Small stone gazebo

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Make a Day of It
Test your taste buds at Hot Rod BBQ or Tio Tex Mex both in downtown Wharton.

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