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Spriggs Park Reserve Playground

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Spriggs Park Reserve Playground

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Hardinge Rd Ahuriri Foreshor, Napier 4110 New Zealand
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Chris C wrote a review Oct 2020
Auckland, New Zealand15 contributions15 helpful votes
Not as big as the Anderson Park playground, but a well thought out facility with items not at other play areas. My daughter loves going there and we both like going to the Hot Chick eatery and Cool Cat icecream place next to it. There's also an excellent restaurant, Board Walk, in the same location of the Ahuriri Village
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dobb0 wrote a review Sep 2019
Hastings, New Zealand10 contributions
There's a lovely relaxed feel to the Ahuriri village. With an abundance of accomodation options plus quick access to shops, cafes and bars. For families the beach and playground are right there too. Spriggs park has a play area with swings, slides and climbing bars, plus other interesting creations to test the dexterity of young and old alike. There's a large covered picnic table with bench seats, plenty of grass area and a toilet block come changing rooms next to the waterfront restaurant and the regionally famous 'Hot Chick' with built in ice cream parlour. Separating the park area from the ocean is the Rotary Pathway, a seemingly endless walk and cycle track that extends several kilometres along the foreshore in either direction. If you are travelling with young children the park makes Ahuriri a desirable location to stay.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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moonlotus18 wrote a review May 2019
Hamilton, New Zealand1,593 contributions145 helpful votes
We came here for a fish and chips picnic during our visit to Napier. Lovely beach with a big children's playground. Had a nice stroll through the beach to the nearby lawns and enjoyed the seaside beach with lots of seagulls flying around. Nice getaway from the busy town centre.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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NeilHBay wrote a review Jun 2018
Napier, New Zealand47 contributions7 helpful votes
Its one of the kids favorites. Beach, Playground, Great footpath for bikes and scooters and Ice cream what more do they need. Our lab loves it here too for a nice walk. Is a popular spot and if you have kids well worth the visit. Plenty of coffee options too mandatory for all parents!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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kristabel2016 wrote a review Mar 2018
Napier, New Zealand2,027 contributions165 helpful votes
I regularly walk my dog here and it is a pleasant walk and people with children and walkers and cyclists and runners all seem to enjoy this space. It is not as developed as Marine Parade in regards to the landscaping BUT it does offer nicer beaches (3 in total) which are sandy rather than stoney but one of these is very close to the port. These beaches offer much safer swimming than that of Marine Parade which is often quite treacherous. There is good (and free) parking available and plenty of playground space for kids and also a number of cafe options. There are also decent public toilets.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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