This location is CLOSED as of 10/15/16
Last weekend we had the opportunity to visit Treasure Island Playground in Livonia for their Grand Opening. We were invited to attend free of charge, with no obligation to post about our experience. All opinions expressed here are my own. Your experience may differ.
Treasure Island Playground is located at 33579 W 8 Mile Rd in Livonia which is near the 696/96 interchange. Being new, there is no signage, so look for Scrappy Chic, which is located right in the same building and faces 8 Mile. Treasure Island Playground does not face 8 Mile, so it is a bit harder to find.
The facility offers open play, birthday party packages and spa parties for children. Treasure Island has two inflatable bouncers, a Little Tykes climber, a tunnel set, a ball pit, a balloon area and several ride on type toys. They also host two party rooms and a spa salon.
The girls had a great time playing on all the equipment while they were there. We had a good time chatting with other parents, and hubby enjoyed a cup of fresh, hot coffee.
One of the biggest hits was the ball pit and balloon area. The girls had so much fun, but while we were there several of the balloons were popped. I'm not sure how long that area will be filled with fun balloons to play with.
There was seating for the parents, about 6 tables with chairs. When we first arrived, there wasn't enough room for everyone, but after about an hour some of the families left we were able to sit and watch the girls play.
The equipment seemed to be very clean, although it doesn't have that polished feel like other play places in the area. The cars and other riding toys came apart very easily and the pirate ship bouncer is too tall for the ceiling, so a few of the ceiling tiles were bouncing around while the kids were playing.
There are two restrooms in the building. As of publication a changing table was not available, but I was told it had been ordered.
Overall, the kids had a great time and want to go back. It's a great place for the kids to get out their energy when the weather isn't the best for outdoor play. Also, compared to the places in the area, they seem to have a lot of space set aside for birthday parties.
You can find Treasure Planet online and on Facebook.