The little one was obsessed with this climber from GameTime. It’s not huge, or brightly coloured but he really liked the wide and easy to climb stairs, the DOUBLE steering wheels, and the little stools underneath. There are also some wall gizmos that actually work, cute slides and a ground level ledge. We played “garbage truck” for a while, then I left him vroom-vrooming to himself and walked a few feet over to take pictures of the big-kid climber.
The big climber has lots of metal rungs, ladders, and monkey bars and slides. No easy access for little people but mine had no interest in it anyways.
Someone had left an empty Timbits box by the slide platform, which was gross (and also unfair! I want a Timbit!)
There are baby and big swings in this middle section and a sad looking sand digger.
Everything here is on sand and fairly close together. Not any shade over the playground equipment but there is a teensy-tiny wooded area just south that is all shaded.
No picnic tables but there are a couple of benches.
We parked on Chemin des Chenaux, which was awkward as there’s really no shoulder or spot to stop, so it would be easier to go around the corner to Rue Joseph Raymer. This park is pretty small considering there’s no other playground in this whole corner of Vaudreuil. For a fun splash pad (but NO playground), you can drive a couple of minutes to Parc de Champagne.
|Toddler park (2-5)||✓|
|Fenced toddler park|
|Big kid park (5-12)||✓|
|Big kid swings||✓|
|Reduced mobility swings|