Superior to Celebrate the Newly Redone Webster Dream Park
The City of Superior is inviting the public to come and check out their new all-inclusive, all-abilities playground.
Webster Dream Park located between N 57th and 58th streets on Tower Ave. has been completely "re-imagined and re-designed" to be a fun place to EVERY kid (and adult) to play and have some fun.
On September 9th at 3:30 PM stop by and check out the park and a short ceremony to recognize everyone that contributed to the project. There will also be some live music from 5:30 - 7:30 from the Mackie Brothers.
According to the city in a press release, the new park features an "ADA Swing set along with other accessible play structures and poured in place ADA compliant rubber surfacing that allows for a smooth surface on which to run, play or use wheelchairs."
The Webster Dream Park re-build project was started by Kenna Hermanson and her mom Kalee and supported on the City Council by Councilor Dan Olson in 2018. In August of 2019, their dream became reality when volunteers gathered to build the playground.
Webster Park got its name from the Webster Chair Manufacturing Company which operated in Superior from the 1890's until 1937, in its peak it employed over 500 people. The park was renamed the Webster Dream Park in April of 2019.