Backing up to the Southwest Commuter Path, the Glenwood Children’s Park lends itself well to neighborly gatherings amongst Dudgeon-Monroe residents including solstice bonfires & potlucks.
This mini park offers playground equipment & a basketball court, but perhaps, more importantly, the freedom to play amongst nature, to use the “woods as [one’s] playground” as local playground expert, Jessica Becker puts it in her review of Glenwood Children’s Park.
This park provides a rare urban experience. Its natural landscape allows for hours of creative outdoor play, exploration, imagination & good old fashioned fort building. As you may suspect, spots like these are few and far between in urban areas, making the park an attractive asset to the Dudgeon-Monroe neighborhood.
If you’re in the market for Madison real estate & you enjoy walking to urban amenities, scenic bike rides, hikes, participating in water sports, check out the Dudgeon-Monroe neighborhood & Glenwood Children’s Park. You won’t be disappointed.
More neighborhood info can be found at our Madison Metro Neighborhood Guide.