First universally-accessible tree house in a public space in California
This tree house is the first universally-accessible tree house in a public space in California. The tree house, a 2,500 square foot wooden structure, is designed to give children and adults of all ages and physical abilities an awe-inspiring experience — and a bird’s eye view.
The City of Torrance was chosen because of its community pride in its programs, schools, resources and parks; its diversity; its support for those who are physically challenged; and its public safety record. The tree house was made possible by a generous donation from the Annenberg Foundation.
The park also includes a Splash Pad. The water playground is 3,000 square feet and fed by a computerized system that is controlled by the users. There is a 4,000-gallon tank which goes with the pad. It will be open between the months of April – October.
Park Hours of Operation: Open 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily
Splash Pad Hours of Operation: 10:00 AM to Dusk (April – October)