This is probably the second most Swedish town I have ever seen, right after Lindsborg. (Let's face it -- it's hard think of anything more Swedish than a Dala Horse factory.) The people of Olsburg seem to be very proud of their Swedish heritage, and it's nice to see a community come together through shared history.
One of our favorite features at the park was the sand digger. Our 4-year-old was pretty good at working this device, and the 2-year-old showed some real promise, too.
We liked the park's soft recycled rubber tire mulch quite a bit. Our 2-year-old falls sometimes falls down when he gets over-excited, so the soft rubber was great for him.
Magen tried out the monkey bars. Here she is being awesome, swinging from bar to bar through sheer upper body strength...
Olsburg was a great place to visit. The park would be a terrific venue for a family reunion or picnic.