When going for a walk around the city, families with children are also invited to have a rest at one of the mentioned children’s playgrounds – Pasta Island, Oak Square and other locations.
On 1 June 2021, a children’s recreation and play town was opened in the Victory Park.
Activity areas are built in zones according to three different age groups, giving each of them the name of a Latvian animal: “European Otter” and “Fat Dormouse” – for children aged 1 to 3, “Badger” and “Northern lynx” – for children aged 2 to 6, “Flying squirrel” – for children aged 6 to 12. In total, there are seven activity areas in the Victory Park, divided into active and exploratory areas. Active areas have activity equipment suitable for the age of children – obstacle courses, air paths, tunnels, swings, trampolines, climbing wall, slides. In turn, in exploratory areas it is possible to get acquainted with various natural materials, for example, in the garden of senses and on the path of senses – cones, tree bark, branches and even bark of cocoa beans.
The park will be now open daily from 7 am to 11 pm.
A summary of children’s playgrounds in Jelgava is available here.
When having a rest in the playgrounds, please observe the distance restrictions set in the country