Antoine-Pilet Park

This was a nice, shiny 2-in-1 climber from Miracle Recreation with a side for big kids, and a little section that my toddler couldn’t quite do. So if you’ve got really little ones, there’s not much here for them.
To get to the verrrrry high slides on the big side, you have three choices of climbing, climbing, or climbing. There’s the Hula Climber, the wiggly Tensile Tower, and a metal ladder. Kids who love scaling things will be thrilled. If you’ve got one who’s a little apprehensive about heights, they might not be so excited.
I went down the high and bumpy slide “Watch mommy! Whee! Ow, ow, OW!” and actually CAUGHT AIR. Is that supposed to happen? Anyways, it was rather painful on my mum bum. I’m not sure kids would even enjoy it. 
The toddler is connected by monkey bars and has a small platform with three ways to get up/down. There’s a regular slide, a Tot Rock climber/bumpy slide, and a small rock climbing wall. Good for older toddlers, but without stairs, impossible for some littles to do. 

The rest of the playground is made up of a huge expanse of sand, a triceratops spring rider, and a couple of baby and big swings. 

It is quite far back from the road, as you have to travel down a little path, and it is mostly fenced. You could let them run around the mini soccer fields, or have a picnic under the HUGE poplar trees. 

Just behind the park is an elementary school.  I’m guessing the kids/students might use the park at lunch or after school. So while we were the only ones there (actually, we were the only ones at all SIX parks we went to the same morning), it might be busy at some times during the day. 

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

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