Super Cool Playgrounds

Stanley Park
Famous for its scenic jogging paths and ocean views, this 1,001-acre hub is home to four awesome play areas. Second Beach features a sprawling jungle gym with a pristine view of the Pacific, a climbable toy fire truck, concession stands (selling hamburgers, hot dogs, fish and chips, ice cream and salad) and a bevy of climbing, swinging, crawling and hanging structures. Just across the field is the smaller Ceperley playground—it has a covered picnic area and plenty of space to run around. Drive a short distance (or take a 20-minute walk) across the park and you’ll find yourself at the Rose Garden playground, a beautiful botanical oasis with a basic jungle gym. Nearby is Lumbermen’s Arch, Stanley Park’s famed splash pad featuring an array of upright sprinklers, including six massive yellow arms shooting cool water. Washrooms, change rooms, changing tables and drinking fountains can be found near all playgrounds. Open year-round from 7 a.m. to dusk.

Terra Nova Rural Park
Nature-loving kids will enjoy frolicking in this Vancouver suburb park. The playground, part of a $1-million sustainable project, is built in a former farm field and is shielded by trees. A sand and water area will keep toddlers entertained, and bigger kids can climb on the multi-platform tree house then slide down the spiral slide. And when little ones aren’t busy navigating The Log Jam (a series of BC cedar logs designed to mimic walking along beach logs), they can test their bravery on the 35-metre long zipline. Yippee!

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