Posts in Playgrounds
There are themed playground, accessible playgrounds for people with special needs, and natural playgrounds inspired by and made with elements found in nature. But the main reason you need to incorporate playgrounds into your Canadian road trip is because so many of these playgrounds have taken cues from their home communities and incorporated the local values and history of the area into the design.
This playground is tucked in Millwood subdivision in Middle Sackville at 155 Millwood Drive, almost next door to Millwood High, and just down the road from the Preschool Indoor Playground (and, hot tip...er I mean, cool tip, the Vineyard ice cream shop in the summer, yummmmm).
Grand Lake Oakfield Playground may be a little off the beaten path for many Haligonians where it sits on the side of Highway 2 between Laurie Park and Oakfield Park, but with two playground structures, swings, climbing tires and more, we think you'll agree it's worth the trip.
The Sackville Inclusive Playground is located on Sackville Drive, right next to the library. This pretty much make it an ideal location. You get to combine outdoor play with books, all in one outing.
A little over a year ago we visited the natural playground in the Annapolis Valley and it was a hit with our nature loving kiddos so we had high expectations for this one designed by Earthscape in the heart of our city.
The Kiwanis Dartmouth Waterfront Playground is always a hopping spot. We checked it out for the first time this summer; here's our review.
We finally got out to the new DeWolf playground and my only disappointment with it was that I wish we'd gone sooner. It is fantastic!
The first time I walked into the Metro Vineyard's Preschool Indoor Playground in Sackville I remember releasing an audible sigh. FINALLY. An indoor play space that is designed for, no, better yet, RESTRICTED to, the 5 and under group.
Last week crews removed the ten-year-old wooden playground structure from the DeWolf Park Playground to prepare for the installation of new playground equipment, which includes a new rubberized play surface.
Playgrounds have long been the hubs of most neighbourhoods. In recent years more playgrounds are sitting unused as the physical fitness of Canada’s youth declines and screen time increases.