Liberty Park in Peoria is located just West of Liberty High School, and that’s important to note because sometimes maps will take you in a wonky direction! With that said, though, Liberty Park is one of the cutest parks in Peoria.
Liberty Park is made for children aged 18 months to 10 years. There is a large climbing structure, a smaller climbing structure, swings and a colorful “maze” with vibrant colored shapes on the maze walls.
Liberty Park sits on nearly 10 acres of land just nestled next to a housing community called “The Meadows.” In addition to an adorable and super fun playground, the park also has pickleball courts and lots of grass to run around and do other activities in!
My favorite aspects of the park are that the bathrooms are very close, and so is the ramada seating; while there is plenty of grass for the kids to run and play in, the park is designed so you can see your kiddo in nearly every direction! So, I can sit and chat with my girlfriends and not worry while the kids play.
My kid’s favorite features are the swings and the colorful maze! They go back and forth from imaginative play in the maze to climbing and sliding on the playground.
The park is well shaded (except for the swings), and there are surrounding trails that are great for biking or scootering on! There is limited parking in the Liberty Park parking lot, but you’ll find extended parking along the road next to the Pickleball court.
9700 W Willaims Road
Peoria, AZ, 85383
However, my advice is to type in “Liberty Park Peoria” into your GPS; the odds of you finding the park are much higher that way!