Fun, shiny and clean, with water views. All-in-all a good park 🙂
It must be fun, if when you leave, you have to stuff the unbending toddler into the carseat because he doesn’t want to go. “Sit in your seat. Come on, BEND!!”
The park is divided into an 18month-5 years, and a 5-12 years section (both are on wood chips).
My two enjoyed the toddler climber, though I found the stairs to be steep and shallow, but I also have giant, non-toddler sized feet which might be why. AGAIN I had to pry the little one’s hands off the steering wheel to try out something else.
There’s a ride-on dinosaur and the Jumbo Flyer airplane, as well as two baby swings and a sand digger (though no sand).
The big-kid climber by Miracle Recreation is HIGH. No stairs, but many choices to get up. There’s a rock climbing wall, the cute explorer-themed slide with critters poking out of the “log”, a high-up (but safe) bridge, swinging monkey vines, a Honeycomb wall, all sorts of challenging metal ladders and a suuuuuper steep slide. I wanted to go up, but it was so high and this park isn’t fenced and I wasn’t comfortable leaving the little guy on his own at the bottom, so my older one wandered around while I craned my neck and shouted “Careful. CAREFUL PLEASE!”
Beside the climber are four big-kid swings.
Loads of new and clean picnic tables here AND a charcoal bbq! One of the picnic tables has a wheelchair accessible spot.
The chalet was open (but super dark and a bit spooky inside) and the water fountain worked. Yeah!
Walk a bit past the parking lot and you’ll find a tiny boardwalk that overlooks the Baie de Vaudreuil and Lac des Deux Montagnes. I pointed out the Île aux Tourtes Bridge that we often cross, to which the older one said “I was JUST thinking that, IN MY BRAIN!”
We also saw a bloated dead catfish which the boys were thrilled about. I spared you the picture they took.
|Toddler park (2-5)
|Fenced toddler park
|Big kid park (5-12)
|Big kid swings
|Reduced mobility swings