This was a nice, cozy neighbourhood park.
We were here on a HOT late April afternoon. And while there were lots of kids coming and going from the park, it was relaxing and quiet.
There are trees, paths, and huge boulders to jump on, as well as a big greenspace/soccer field that is surrounded on most sides by fences. So when the little people said “we’re going to run!” I said “go for it!”
Nice to not have to worry about cars all the time 🙂
The playground itself has 2 play structures, baby and big swings; all right beside each other and set in sand.
The red and blue climber from Landscape Structures doesn’t have stairs, but there are Pod Climbers, a swinging metal ladder, and the Summit Climber. There’s also a mesh wire tunnel, slides, easy to reach monkey bars, and a driving panel missing its steering wheel.
The larger climber doesn’t have any stairs, so you’ll have to closely supervise or else do a lot of heavy lifting to hoist them up. There is a rope bridge and a twirly slide.
Follow a path behind the tennis courts and there is a little valley with two colourful ride-ons. We played “motorcycle” here for a bit, but then it was getting close to suppertime and we had long and hungry ride home.
We could have stayed longer and we all just really enjoyed the vibe of this park.
***While there are trees surrounding the play area, the climbers and swings are quite sunny. Also, no fencing.
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|Toddler park (2-5)||✓|
|Fenced toddler park|
|Big kid park (5-12)||✓|
|Big kid swings||✓|
|Reduced mobility swings|