Dollard-Morin Park

If your kids like sliding, they’ll love the choices at this park!

The little climber has three different kinds, including a twily slide for those daring toddlers. Stairs ensure an easy way up, and there are crawl tunnels to wander through. In the sand are a bunch of spring riders and a seated spinner.

The nearby structure for older kids has an awesome talllll twirly slide and lots to climb including a challenging “rock” wall. There’s also a spinner nearby and baby and adult swings. 

Toddle down the path to the small but cute splash pad that has a surprisingly good emount of equipment including a tipping bucket, misting palm fronds, and a water cannon.

I think there are tennis courts at the end of the park but I honestly didn’t feel like walking over. 

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