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Desbrisay Crescent Park

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Desbrisay Crescent Park

Desbrisay Crescent Park

Attractions

Jungle Gyms

Climber

Swings

Teeter Totters

Benches

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This was the first park we visited. There was still snow on the ground and the boys were in jackets. We still had a good time.

The newer jungle gym (on the right) is very accessible for both big and little kids. With steps for the little ones, a rock wall for the brave and fast slides to boot we had a blast! The other jungle gym is a bit sad-looking and getting on a bit. The spiral slide was fun but the steps seem to be exposed a bit and the first step up is a big one.  The climber is more like modern art than playground equipment and doesn’t really seem to be that exciting, but hey I’m not a kid so what do I know! Other than a few fleeting attempts to get on it, it was untouched by the boys.

Overall the park is nice and well-kept with a small open area for running and playing and such. There is a community garden to the south if you want to show the kids some live gardening.

I know from last year’s visits that it’s a popular stop for the high school school kids at lunch and after school, so if that sort of thing is a consideration, plan accordingly.

Street Parking is available


There are two benches

The playground is close to the road and there is only a single chain fence bordering the road side of the park. The park is also open to the end of Costello Lane

There are no picnic tables

















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