It’s like they took a beautiful camping spot with towering pines and shade and plonked a playground in it. Ya know, surrounded by ginormous houses. And it totally works.
This small, compact park was super cozy and felt like a mini vacation far, far away. Such gorgeous trees, and the smell! Mmmmmmmm
The great thing about the new-ish equipment from Quebec-based Jambette is that the elaborate toddler and big-kid climbers are just steps away from each other, so if you have multiple kids you can “relax” for a bit as they play close to each other. Note: there is no fencing so don’t relax too much!
The toddler climber has a few ways to get up: a mini rock climbing wall, ladder, and a couple of footholds with a rope; but no stairs. My 2.5 year-old was able to climb up all three ways, but smaller guys might not be able to.
There are also slides, a tic-tac-toe wall, and a clear window that you can ACTUALLY SEE THROUGH!
The large climber is big, and great fun for older kids. There’s a rope climbing wall, slides, ladders, rock climbing steps, monkey bars, scary (for me) steps high up, monkey bars, and a super cute dragon/dinosaur climbing wall.
Benches, picnic table and some baby and big swings round out the equipment.
THEN, stroll down the little path at the back of the park and you come across this lake/sand quarry….thing! Looking it up right now to see what this is……hold on……
….And….I can’t find anything. Boo. If someone could enlighten me that would be great!
|Toddler park (2-5)||✓|
|Fenced toddler park|
|Big kid park (5-12)||✓|
|Big kid swings||✓|
|Reduced mobility swings|