Mount Trashmore Park, Virginia Beach, Virginia
310 Edwin Dr, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462| Map |
Mount Trashmore Park is a city park located in Virginia Beach. Mount Trashmore is an example of landfill reuse, as its creation consisted of the conversion of an abandoned landfill into a park. Facilities include picnic shelters, playground areas, a basketball court, four volleyball areas, parking, vending machines and restrooms.
Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
Tips for Families
Little ones will love monkeying around the playground at Kid’s Cove. There is a lake that allows fishing, but no private boats.
Address: 310 Edwin Dr, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462| Map
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This is my favorite park! The new and updated Kids Cove keeps the boys busy for hours. The only thing is it is almost always crowded so if you have really little ones...keep a close eye on them. The older ones are fast ...
This park is actually called Mt. TRASHmore!! But it is far from being trashy! It's actually a beautiful park and very impressive. The story I was told is that it use to be a landfill and they converted it into a rolling hilly park with a running/walking path, a lake, skate park, small skate halfpipe, and children's playground. I went on a Thursday late afternoon and was surprised at how crowded it was! Especially the children's playground! There were so many kids it was insane. I can see now how kids could easily be abducted because it's a madhouse in that area and I would find it hard to keep an eye out the whole time. The half pipe was pretty cool, I could spend all day watching people eat it on that thing...
If you're from out of town, yes, it's built on a giant mound of trash, but no, you'd never notice. It's basically a public park with a mountain. Lots of footpaths for walking or jogging, a skate park so kids don't have to practice on streets or buildings, and of course, Kid...