The parks below all have varying degrees of accessibility and inclusivity. Some are fully inclusive for children of all abilities (hooray!), while others have a section that is accessible but may have limited play options.
Links to each of my reviews are below each park photo so you can view the pictures and description of each park to see which one works best for you! If you simply want a playground that has adaptive swings, you can search for parks with that feature using “adaptive swing” in the TAGS section of the website. 





Beaconsfield – Heights Park 


Sainte-Catherine – Francis-Xavier-Fontaine Park 


Le Sud-Ouest – Lac-à-la-Loutre Park



Dorval – Dorval Arena Park


 

Ville-Marie (Montreal) – Saint-Jacques Park 


Pointe-Claire – Tony Proudfoot Park


Kirkland – Meades Park



L’Orignal, Ontario – Sacha’s Park



Verdun – Poirier Park


Verdun – Wilson Park



L’Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève – Parc Eugène-Dostie



Saint-Zotique – Desjardins-du-Millénaire Park


Salaberry-de-Valleyfield – Saint-Joseph-Artisan Park


Salaberry-de-Valleyfield – Beach of the Regional Park of the Saint-Timothée Islands 


Salaberry-de-Valleyfield – Delpha-Sauvé Park


 

Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce – Parc de la Confédération


Verdun – Parc de la Fontaine



Saint-Laurent – Bourbonnière Park


Laval – Centre de la Nature Laval


Pincourt – Parc du Suroît



Pincourt – Taillon Park



Pointe-Claire – Clearpoint Park


Pointe-Claire – David Beck Park


 

Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie – Henri-Valade Park


Saint-Jérôme, Québec – parc Multisports


 

 

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