This park isn't particularly big, but the playground set can easily handle multiple powerchairs, and the twins LOVED it.
Don't get me started on how choked up a parent can get when their two year olds go where they want to go because that's what they damn well please. They can't crawl or walk, so if they want to get from here to there, they have to communicate that desire to me, so that I can pick them up and carry them. I never aim to guilt-trip parents of able-bodied children (especially considering that 1/3 of my children is able-bodied), but really, if your kids are "typical" kids, and you can imagine life in my twins' shoes (and so many of you already can), the concept of self-mobility is a life-changer. I RELISH the occasions when they can be in their chairs and go wherever they damned well please.
This is the Telephone Pioneers of America park and it's one hell of a wheelchair accessible place. It's where I guess we'll be visiting soon when the twins tire of being unable to ride up onto the play structure at their preschool. (Hey--it's true. I'm just saying.)