Play equipment vandalised at Northdown Park will cost Thanet council some £1,000 to repair.
Swings at Birchington Rec and a seesaw at Northdown were both targeted by yobs this month.
The new seesaw was ripped out of the ground and left on the ground of the play area.
Nathan Coade, from Ramsgate, reported the damage after taking his nephew to the park and being shocked by the dangerous state it was left in.
The 33-year-old said: “It was so dangerous, there were kids everywhere and this massive spring protruding out the ground.
“I tried to cover it the best I could.”
Thanet council workmen have removed the equipment but say there is a ten week wait for a replacement part.
A council spokesman said: “It is disappointing that play equipment in the district has been vandalised again. We were able to make repairs to the swings at Birchington, however, the equipment at Northdown Park requires a replacement springer.
“The supplier has estimated a ten week wait for the part and the equipment can’t be used in the meantime.
The total cost of repairs is estimated to be just under £1,000.”