Best South West Calgary Playgrounds – calgaryplaygroundreview.com

Best South West Calgary Playgrounds - calgaryplaygroundreview.comReviewed by مسعود ممقانی on Aug 25Rating:


This is a list of the best playgrounds I’ve found in SW Calgary. Is there a playground you think should be on this list?

Curie Barracks – ۲۹۵۳ Battleford Ave SW

This playground has become instantly popular even though it can be a little tricky to get to because of the construction in the area. The airplane theme is really attractive, the flooring is accessible and the control tower slide is really tall.

Elboya – ۴۶ Ave & 4a St. SW

This playground is big and bright and sure to please. The playground has accessible flooring, and plenty of equipment for both older and younger kids. Making the playground even better is the landscaping surrounding it including small hills, rocks, pathways and trees.

elboya park playground

۱۲۰۴ ۸۹th Ave SW

This playground is most ‘natural’ natural playground in Calgary right now. The playground is quite different from a more traditional metal and plastic playground and provides different kinds of challenges that kids can miss out on in the city.

Haysboro Natural Playground

Aspen Hills – Aspen Hills Drive near Aspen Stone Blvd SW

This playground has an attractive forest theme. Although they have things for younger children, the best part is the school-aged climber which has lots of bridges, catwalks, balconies and slides.

aspen hills playground

Lakeview – ۳۴ St and 58 Avenue SW

This school playground has accessible flooring, a large climber with ramps, saucer swings and a Merry-go-round spinner (Apollo). Kids of all ages will be sure to have a good time.

calgary science school

۸۹۹۹ Wentworth Ave SW

This playground is large with lots of equipment to challenge and entertain school-aged kids. There are still things for younger kids as well, like the saucer swings. The large rope web climber is unusual in the city and sure to entertain older kids.

Christie Park – Christie Estate Terrace and Christie Estate Blvd SW

 This playground has a treehouse theme and lots of green space surrounding it to run around. t’s perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and younger school-aged kids.christie park playground

۲۹ St SW at 19 Ave SW

This playground is generally aimed at younger kids.  Toddlers will love being able to easily run around the ground, going up and down the ramp and little slides. Kids a bit older will love the high balconies, navigating the step trees and walking across the wobbly balance beam.

Killarney Accessible Playground

Poplar Rd and 7th Ave SW (by Wildflower Arts Centre)

This is a great playground for little kids or younger school aged kids. The ramps and accessible flooring make it perfect for kids just learning to walk or anyone unsteady on their feet.

Kelvin Grove – ۷۳ Ave and Kerfoot Cres SW

This is large with a lot of challenging features for bigger kids and a great preschool climber with a wobbly bridge and ramp for younger kids. It also has 6 swings and to top it off there is another great playground across the field at Chinook School.

Kelvin Grove playground

Britannia – Crescent Park & Imperial Blvd SW

This playground has a large accessible area with fantastic climbing equipment for older and younger kids. There’s a separate area with pea gravel flooring that has swings, more fun climbing equipment and a large merry-go-round spinner.

Britannia–Crescent Park Playground

Coach Hill/Patterson Heights – ۶۰ Patterson Boulevard SW

This playground is great for all ages. This playground features tons of climbing equipment, saucer swings, a merry-go-round spinner (Apollo) and nice big trees.

Coach Hill/Patterson Heights Community Centre Playground

Springbank Hill – Springborough Blvd & 26 Ave SW

Great for kids of all ages. The ramps and accessible flooring make it great for early walkers or those unsteady on their feet. The large spinner is extremely popular with the kids at the park and unlike some is well balanced and easy to spin. The large climber is designed so kids can move around it and almost never have to touch the ground.

Springborough Playground

Mayfair – Malibou Rd & Medford Pl. SW

This attractive community playground is located a a lovely little park with large mature trees. It has accessible flooring, an adorable preschool climber, school-aged climber with a ramp, a saucer swing and more.

mayfair playground

Millrise – Corner of Millrise Drive and Millrise Way SW

This playground features plenty of choices for climbing and spinning and the rock features give it a cool look.

Millrise Playground

What playground would you add to this list?



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