Around 200 children live by the beach in St Bees. The sandy beach is a natural play area, but when the tide's in or it's too cold it's dangerous so they now have a new play area.
It means the children won't be forced to play on busy rural roads with fast moving traffic.
It cost £130,000 and it's taken the local Parish Council 2 years to get the funding to build it.
Top 3 attractions in the new play park, as voted by the children:
- The Tower climbing frame.
- The 'Green Spinny Thing' otherwise known as a Springer.
- The Zipwire.
The council's hoping it'll be a top tourist spot too. It's in an area of West Cumbria that's sparsely populated and more difficult to get to than much of the Lake District so the town feels it needs as many strings to its bow as possible.