Best Edmonton Playgrounds To Visit With Your Kids This Summer
This summer, the top playgrounds in Edmonton are ready for you to explore and discover. Grab some hand sanitizer and a picnic basket for the kids to enjoy at one of the top Edmonton playgrounds you should visit this year. You may find travel guides, information, and suggestions on destinations all around the world thanks to Travel Blogs.
Blackstone Pirate Playground (Leduc)
Blackstone is a pirate ship and a sea-themed playground featuring a treasure chest! Even the youngest buccaneers will be enthralled by this pirate climber. It’s one of Edmonton’s greatest toddler-friendly playgrounds, and it’s well worth the trip. You may also go to the Leduc Dinosaur Playground while you’re there!
Broadmoor Lake Playground
Isn’t it true that the bigger the better? Broadmoor Lake Playground ticks all the boxes for summer fun: a giant slide that’s difficult for kids to climb (despite the sign suggesting older), various, smaller playgrounds scattered across the large area, and a spray park! It’s one of those playgrounds where you should bring a lunch since your kids will want to stay for hours.
Dr. Margarett Ann Armor School
The varied climbing places found throughout the park will delight your children. At least a dozen spots for the youngsters to climb the walls and buildings were identified. This playground is also unique in that it combines a brightly colored climbing structure with a trained climber.
Yohemas ‘Beach Sand’ Playground
Sherwood Park’s ‘beach sand’ playground will make you feel like you’ve escaped the city for a tropical vacation, and it also has one of the greatest toddler climbs in the area. There’s a marble run all the way around the toddler climber, as well as a tough egg-style climber for larger kids. Don’t forget to explore the paths behind the playground.
St. Boniface Catholic Elementary School
If you enjoy large slides, the play structure at St. Boniface is for you. Even the youngest members of our staff enjoy a large blue and green whirling slide (which is entirely enclosed). When you arrive, the playground’s water and earth vibes inspire a wonderful game of ‘waterslide,’ in which the kids pretend to swim into a pool.
Svend Hansen School
There’s no denying that this playground is entertaining, but there’s one feature that sets it different from the rest of Edmonton’s top playgrounds: the spinning Zipline. Three children at a time can board the Zipline-style chairs and spin around the structure. Prepare to spend an hour chasing your children around on this contraption, but the joyous shouts will be worth it.
Crestwood Community Playground
The square climber playground in Crestwood is one of the few playgrounds where you may climb and run around. This Community League playground features good shade, a zipline, expression swings, and one of the nicest structures we’ve ever seen for playing ‘Hot Lava.’ You don’t have any older children that wish to climb? On the ground, there’s a lot to see and do. The Zipline will appeal to younger children because it is an accessible chair type rather than the standard Zipline.
Wolf Willow Playground
With a name like Wolf Willow, we had to include it on the list. This playground is truly unique with its teepee-style climbers and wood carvings of animals that adorn the playground. The ground is covered in soft bark mulch, and there’s a creek running through it that makes for a perfect place to cool off on a hot day.
The fact that you’re so near to one of the most fascinating river valley routes to explore, as well as the buried dinosaurs ready to be excavated, will delight your children.
The Hills at Charlesworth
The Hills at Charlesworth is a must-see for anybody interested in modern playgrounds and sustainability. It’s a contemporary timber and acrylic climbing tower with a toddler playground and covered container-made seats for parents that are difficult enough for bigger kids. The huge watering can be a hit with your younger children!
These are just a few of the many great playgrounds that Edmonton has to offer. No matter what your children’s interests are, there’s sure to be a playground nearby that will keep them entertained for hours on end. Get out and explore this summer!