There’s a new place to play in Hanford!
Sensory Rock is a play gym and therapy center for all children and it is truly a gift of love for our Central Valley families.
Sensory Rock was completed just before the COVID shutdown, so we’re very happy that it’s finally fully open!
The play gym could not be cuter!
It was so thoughtfully designed with both active play areas and pretend play areas.
And as you can see, everything is so bright and welcoming!
For the youngest guests, there’s this quieter spot for play:
As Central Valley residents with wild kids, we LOVE any place that allows them to get their energy out indoors, no matter what the weather is.
Sensory Rock definitely fits the bill!
Kids can zipline,
jump into the pit,
But beyond the physical play, the kids really have the best time doing pretend play in the little pretend shops.
We always have to drag our boys away from these when the time’s up!
It’s so wonderful to see them using their imaginations!
Besides being a great place to play, Sensory Rock is also designed for therapy.
Therapy can be done in the big gym, but there are also several small rooms set up for focused therapy sessions.
These smaller therapy rooms each have their own play areas – so great!
What kid wouldn’t want to go to therapy here??
Throughout the year, Sensory Rock hosts some great events for the community.
We went to the Easter event and the boys had such a great time getting to play in the gym but also enjoying some added special things like a picture with the Easter Bunny,
and parachute time!
There’s still more!
Sensory Rock also hosts camps, workshops, and birthday parties.
So many great offerings for kids!
Sensory Rock currently has open play Monday-Saturday, with some sessions dedicated for ages 5 and under.
Check the website for updated times, and be sure that everyone has socks.
There are socks for purchase if you forget yours.
Sensory Rock is located right across the street from the Hanford Carousel and within walking distance of Superior Dairy.
If you want to visit from Fresno, you could ride the Amtrak train and easily walk there.