Aumais Park

It felt like we drove forever but we finally reached this park. I had NO idea there were so many houses in this part of Sainte-Anne’s!
We parked on the street (and noticed later there is a lot on the East side of the park near the chalet). The big-kid and toddler playgrounds are right beside each other and everything is on a wood chip base, but again, there are no stairs on either of the play structures. My little guy didn’t seem too bothered as there is the Bubble Fish by Jambette and some really different ride-on toys.
The only other park where we’ve seen this cute little fish is Northview Park in Pointe Claire. I like it because it’s just so easy for the little ones and has dials and levers to play with. He also loved the teeter-totter and the giant Oscillating Ant.
The big climber looks ok, there’s a bridge, slides and lots to climb on. There’s also a tic-tac-toe wall but two one of the Xs and Os is missing which makes for either a really difficult game, or a really easy game. We’d have explored the climber…but we couldn’t get up. Sigh.
I had a desperate need to pee, and there was a nice big chalet, but it was closed. Grrrrr. I took a picture of the times it is open, though it says it’s closed if there’s rain? What? Why? Do the park attendants melt?
We had an ok time but I probably wouldn’t come back unless we were in the neighbourhood for something.

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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