This was a GREAT neighbourhood playground. I loved that everything was all together so the big one and little one could play while I kept an eye on both.
The larger climber by GameTime has some ground level activities (bongos!) and there is a platform where the smaller one could stand to use the telescope. There are some super creative climbing rings and monkey…rings(?) to scale. In this section are the baby and big swings (lots), a stand up seesaw and a Tilted Sky-Runner.
The toddler climber by Quebec’s Jambette was also well designed with stairs and a ladder, multiple slides, room to walk around and a steering wheel. Both play structures were shiny and new.
We visited in mid-September and the trees bordering the park were just turning brilliant shades of orange and yellow and the park felt quiet and relaxed.
This park also has a chalet (the posted hours are in the picture gallery), tennis, football, baseball etc….
Bonus, there were a few porta potties near the tennis courts!
p.s. I parked on the corner of Elmwood and Cedar and took the tiny path. There is also a small parking lot on Oakwood near the pool.
*There is also a popular winter sledding hill here.
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|Toddler park (2-5)||✓|
|Fenced toddler park|
|Big kid park (5-12)||✓|
|Big kid swings||✓|
|Reduced mobility swings|