Community recreation opportunities are available for all persons regardless of abilities or disabilities. We encourage and support the participation of individuals with disabilities in all programs and activities. To facilitate opportunities for people with disabilities, programs may be modified, when necessary, to provide the most successful opportunities for participation. For more information, please contact your local community center.
Park Experience Stories
As part of Mayor Buckhorn’s initiative, we have partnered with C.A.R.D (Center for Autism and Related Disabilities) at the University of South Florida to provide autism and related disabilities friendly experiences at our sites.
In an effort to offer accessibility to all residents of Tampa, C.A.R.D. will produce Autism Friendly Experience Stories to help parents, teachers and other caregivers prepare guest with autism for their visit to our park or facility. It is suggested that you review the site's Experience Story prior to your visit.
Freedom Playground at MacFarlane Park
Freedom Playground is an ADA accessible playground located on the east side of MacFarlane Park. Parking spaces are located next to the playground. We have two picnic shelters located next to the playground, that can be reserved for private functions.
Freedom Playground at Macfarlane Park
1700 N MacDill Ave, 33607