du Père-Marquette Park

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Don’t get too excited about this park having a splash pad, as it’s really just a fountain, same as what you’ll find a a few other LaSalle Parks. But, it is a good spot for neighbourhood kids to cool off on a hot day. 
This is a tiny little park, with a big play structure for kids 5-12 and a lone product for toddlers. With no fencing along 3 sides, the park is quite open with the toddler elephant slide just steps away from the sidewalk and road. 
The slide is adorable, with easy to climb stairs with handrails, a mini slide, a sand chute, and finger maze on one giant ear. Great for first walkers, or those just trying out slides. 
There are no swings here or other products other than the large play structure from Jambette. With multiple ways to climb, high slides, ladders, and creative climbing walls, it should entertain older kids. 

There are a couple of benches facing the sand areas, and a cute little wooden path/bridge that seems a bit out of place. 

From LaSalle’s website:

Découvrez les jeux d’eau de l’aire de jeux de L’Aquaciel situés près du centre sportif Dollard-St-Laurent, 707, 75e Avenue. Il y a également 14 parcs avec des jeux d’eau pour amuser et rafraîchir les bambins. Il s’agit des parcs Lawrence, Père-Marquette, Ouellette, Leroux, Hayward, Riverside, Jeannotte, Ménard, Dalmany, J.O.R.-Leduc, Lefebvre, Boivin, J.D.-Ducharme, Cavelier-de-LaSalle.

Ouverture le 3 juin au plus tard
Horaire des jeux d’eau : de 8 h à 20 h
L’Aquaciel : de 8 h à 21 h
L’admission est gratuite.

Feature
Toddler park (2-5)
Fenced toddler park
Baby swings
Big kid park (5-12)
Big kid swings
Parking lot
Street parking
Shade
Water fountain
Picnic tables
Benches
Seasonal Bathrooms
Green space
Soccer fields
Baseball field
Tennis courts
Basketball
Splash pad
Pool
Reduced mobility swings
Dep nearby

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