NJ playground welcomes children of all abilities: 'How incredible'

New Jersey’s new “Field of Dreams” complex has officially opened to serve kids of all abilities, with wheelchair accessible activities and plenty of space — the first of its kind in the U.S.

The 3.5-acre facility — which features a playground with swings, trampolines, slides and a zipline, as well as a baseball field, basketball court and a mini golf course — was explored in detail during a “Fox and Friends First” segment on Monday.

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RWJBaranabas Health Field of Dreams in Toms River was first developed by New Jersey math teacher Christian Kane. The project took five years of development and needed to raise $ 3.6 million to fund it.

An overhead view of RWJBarnabas Health Field of Dreams playground in Toms River, N.J., previewed on "Fox and Friends First." (Fox News)

An overhead view of RWJBarnabas Health Field of Dreams playground in Toms River, N.J., previewed on “Fox and Friends First.” (Fox News)

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