After visiting the amazing Ferland Park, we had time for just one more and wandered around until we came to this little “miniparc” as Saint-Léonard calls it.
I suppose since they have some massive parks, this normal-sized one is mini in comparison!
With a play structure geared towards toddlers, three old-school metal spring riders, and four baby swings; it’s much more suited to younger children. Luckily, I had a three-year old with me 😉
He was thrilled with the older metal climber from GameTime, and while it’s showing some signs of wear, the faded paint didn’t bother him much! He was able to climb the stairs, go across and up the steps, traverse the steep bridge (with some help), and of course drive the steering wheel. There are also metal slides (watch out when it’s sunny, they can burn!), a lower-than-usual set of monkey bars, and a cloverleaf climber. A decent play structure, except for that moving metal bridge which I loathe, and which GameTime doesn’t even make anymore.
There weren’t any leaves on the trees when we visited, but without many trees near the sand, I suspect it’s quite sunny in the summer. No fencing but the play equipment is set back a bit from the road and has some greenspace on either side.
|Toddler park (2-5)||✓|
|Fenced toddler park|
|Big kid park (5-12)|
|Big kid swings|
|Reduced mobility swings|