Hartsholme Country Park will be unveiling its brand new play area on November 2.
Children from Hartsholme Primary School will be on hand to help the City of Lincoln Council officially open the new area, situated near the car park.
The improvements cost almost £100,000 and include items for both young children and teenagers. The playground is also wheelchair and pram friendly.
Portfolio Holder for Health and Leisure, Councillor Alister Williams said: “We are delighted the children from the school can join us for this opening.
“The park has thousands of users each week, who will benefit from this investment and I’m sure many of the children at Hartsholme Primary School will have many years of fun here.
“The play facilities are something the city can be proud of,” he added.
The Lincolnite went along to the park to check out the new play equipment there.
The City Council say their next planned play area improvement project will be in Boultham Park, using money from a housing development in the area.