This park is shared with the neighbouring school, so make sure to check the public use schedule here:
I had both kiddos with me on this trip, and they both enjoyed the new-in-2020 big-kid area with its tall and challenging climber, the rope course, and the stand-up spinner.
The school yard is crazy fun—I wish ours was like this—and has newly painted games on the surface, a beautiful compass rose, and what looks to be a mini sledding hill? A hill for biking down? Not sure!
There’s also a wheelchair-accessible picnic table, a drinking fountain, and tons of seating.
Nearby is the older toddler section that has great shade, more picnic tables, some spring riders, and a small play structure with stairs, slides etc.
Things to note:
-There is fencing, and a gate for one of the entrances.
-The playgrounds are on wood chips.
-There are no swings.