Glynn Village Park – Waukee, Iowa

Glynn Village Park, Waukee, Iowa, Des Moines, parks

Glynn Village Park is a park located in Waukee, Iowa in a newer development. It offers a unique and fun playground with lots of climbing options.


Name: Glynn Village Park
Address: 2255 S. Warrior Lane Waukee, Iowa 50263
Type: Place to play
Bathrooms: No
Shade: No
Playground: Yes
Trails: No
Water: No

Official Website:

Other things nearby of note:

  • At the time of our visit, just the playground was available. If you look closely at the Waukee website it looks like they have more plans to add.
  • There is only street parking at this park. The parking lot near the park is paid for by the neighborhood for pool users and is not a city property.
  • If you’re looking for other places to get outside, check back in with the interactive map!


Lots of long and steep slides to slide down!

They have a rubber/plastic wrap that winds up to the top of this structure.

Plenty of climbing options for your little Spiderman.

The ground was made of rubber.

2 thoughts on “Glynn Village Park – Waukee, Iowa

  1. Анатолий says:

    Windfield Park is newly renovated, featuring play areas for different ages, a full basketball court, and a new backstop for baseball and softball. The shelter offers enclosed bathrooms, and charcoal grills are available for use. Raccoon River Park, the crown jewel of West Des Moines parks, covers 631 acres. It features Iowa’s first and only outdoor public archery facility, a dog park, and the Raccoon River Nature Lodge, which hosts educational and private events. Blue Heron Lake offers boat access for fishing, and the beach is open to the public throughout the summer. The playing fields at the park host the West Des Moines Soccer Club, as well as the West Des Moines Adult Softball Leagues. Picnic shelters are the perfect place to watch all of the action and can be reserved for private parties.

  2. Sonja says:

    I happen to live in Glynn Village and know that the park is finished. The other pictures you see are a separate play area in Glynn Village off the walking trail. So, yes the tunnels and climbing rocks do exist just in another section of the neighborhood on the walking trail off of Brodie and Dunham.

    Also, it would be good to note on your site that there is only street parking at this park. The parking lot right there is paid for by the neighborhood for pool users and is not city property.

    Thanks for adding the new park to your site.


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