Greece only has a few parks that offer as much as Adeline Park. This could be due to the fact that many of the parks in Greece are in somewhat-isolated areas or in semi-commercial areas. Adeline Park sits smack in the middle of a huge residential area. When I visited this park on a cool Tuesday evening in August, it was packed! I was very happy to see a diverse crowd at the park, particularly in respect to ages. There were of course, the little kids accompanied by parents (or grandparents) and a good number of young kids playing basketball or chatting at the picnic tables.
Adeline Park features two playgrounds, something that I’m coming to believe is standard for a quality park. The larger is a more standard structure. There isn’t much special about the larger or smaller play sets. The swingset is a standard two-toddler, two-regular swing setup. Both play structures and swingset are surrounded by wood chips.
There are two tennis courts at the park. The nets seem to be in decent condition. The basketball court at Adeline Park needs some upkeep. One of the hoops is nearly off the backboard and is completely unusable. I will post an update when I hear that it’s been fixed. Perhaps a town employee reading this will make the necessary improvements.
There are two major eating areas at Adeline Park: an open-air shelter, and an enclosed lodge. The shelter has about eight picnic tables. The lodge is heated, has electric and has six 8-foot tables, chairs and a restroom. It also has an outside, open-air shelter that would be included in the rental. You can reserve either shelter or lodge through Greece’s reservation system.