I stuck this park together with the Woonerf Saint-Pierre outdoor fitness circuit since they’re so close together. We parked on a nearby street and the little one RAN down the green corridor, pausing to sit in a lounge chair, and doing a couple of chin ups.
“Your form is all wrong!”
Then it was further down the path to the playground.
Bit of a funny park; it’s got a newish cable climber, but then a very, very old Kompan wood and metal structure that basically only has a couple of platforms to…stand on, and two pole spinners.
Go into the next area which is fenced and gated and there’s a play structure that looks newish, but that has actually been repainted. It’s got stairs, a bridge, low monkey bars, slides, and a tic-tac-toe wall.
Wait a second, there were no swings!
My little guy liked it enough, actually not all that much; I suspect this park will undergo an equipment reno at some point soon.
Things to note:
-To see the full list of Trekfit equipment available at the Woonerf Saint-Pierre, you can click HERE.
The playgrounds are on sand. One section is fenced and gated, while the other is fenced, but open to the road.
-Enter the park by Butternut or Courcelle streets. Parking should be available nearby, but read the signs carefully.