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N. Fulton offers safe zones to test bikes and other toys on Christmas

Did you buy your child a bike for Christmas? How about a scooter, or skates?

You might be asking yourself when they unwrap it, “where can they ride this thing?” Taking a rookie bike-rider into the road could be unsafe.

But Roswell has options to solve your problem. The city has several areas it has designated as “Holiday Toy Safer-Play Areas.” These are spots where kids can break in bikes or scooters without the fear of crashing into someone or something. The areas will be barricaded.


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From Dec. 25 to Jan. 7, these areas are places where kids can test out their new toys:

  • Roswell Area Park at 10495 Woodstock Road. The parking lot by the football and multi-use fields.
  • East Roswell Park at 9000 Fouts Road. The parking lot by the sprayground.
  • Groveway Community Park at 160 Dobbs Drive. The parking lot by the playground.
  • Hembree Park at 850 Hembree Road. The parking lot by the playground.
  • Waller Park Recreation Center at 250 Oak Street. The parking lot by the restrooms and concession stands.

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Families can bring bikes, scooters, skateboards, remote-control vehicles and other toys that require safe, open spaces.

These areas will not be staffed by the city, and Roswell highly recommends that all children be accompanied by adult supervision.


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