Paul King, who runs his donut trailer at Margaret Mahy playground seven days a week, is concerned about the safety of children due to Lime Scooters.
"My paramount concern is the health and safety of the little ones. I see dozens of young people a day scootering through the park at speeds of up to 30kmh, oblivious of the danger they're creating."
King was concerned that some of the hundreds of children using the playground every day would not see a speeding scooter coming.
King said he had seen many riders lose control and crash into children at the park.
A month or so ago, King saw an 11-year-old get hit by a scooter. The child had to get stitches in their left eye socket.
"I've also seen a kid knocked out of their wheelchair by a lime scooter rider, and countless near misses with other distracted children playing at the park."
King said lime scooters were a great invention for the environment but called for a ban on them in the playground.
Lime has taken action after multiple complaints where they have put a 'red zone' around the playground. Anyone who parks a lime scooter at the playground may be fined.
Despite the 'red zone' Lime has put in place, King said signage around the playground was needed, or even a "GPS fence" to completely stop lime scooters from moving inside the playground.
He said intoxicated scooter riders had been damaging the park after hours by leaving skid marks and tattooing disturbing pictures into the pavement.