Albert-Perras Park

LaSalle always has some new and interesting equipment at their renovated parks, and this one is no exception!

What’s not to love about the cheery and imaginative hot-air balloon play structure for toddlers that will have them dreaming of soaring off on adventures. Kids aged 2 to 5 can play with the interactive and tactile elements found throughout the climber, discover hidden features (check down low and underneath), and discuss their travel plans for far-off worlds through the whimsical pinwheel talk tubes. Make sure to pay your fare before climbing aboard the balloon’s basket or you might get kicked off! If your little one doesn’t like the feel of sand, they’ll be a-ok here as the safety surfacing is made of synthetic material.

Nearby there are adult and baby swings, a “friendship” swing for two, and a three-point adaptive swing. Travel further along the park and there is more equipment suitable for older kids. Fans of action series like American Ninja Warrior and Beastmaster will enjoy the challenge of the inclined steps, overhead bars, and wobbly rungs that test balance, strength, and agility. And for those who like climbing, the large Pyramid structure from Go-Élan has hand and footholds, ropes to cross, and a slide to come down and start all over. (There were some very sharp parts on the metal wire and a big finger-catching gap on the slide sections, I already left a message with the borough). For a thrill, there’s a “hold on tight” overhead spinner where all my boys tried to spin as fast as they could to fling the others off. 


-The playground equipment is on wood chips or synthetic surfacing. There is no fencing along the road.
-There is some shade around the perimeter of the park.
-There are no bathroom facilities.
-A drinking fountain is located near the middle of the park.
-Street parking is located around the park but check the signs carefully and make sure to not block driveways.

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