Splash pads are everywhere on the West Island

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by Rhonda Massad

Splash pads are becoming a trend in municipal park fun for children.  Pierrefonds, Dorval, Ile Perrot, Kirkland and Vaudreuil-Dorion offer wet fun to those who would prefer to forego the municipal pools.

splash pads west island West Island News, West Island BlogSplash pads often offer themed adventures as is the case with Bois Chatel park in Ile Perrot.  A pirate theme offers a moat, bridges, a steering wheel, binoculars and a treasure map all with lots of water.  Ceres Park in Pierrefonds offers two separate areas with water spinners and jets with buttons to start the water sequence.

A list of local Splash Pads:

  1. Ceres Park, Pierrefonds(Logan Street)
  2. Walters Park, Dorval (Pine Beach and Lakeshore blvd.)
  3. Harris Park, Kirkland (Brunswick and Henri-Daoust)
  4. Parc Michel Martin , Parc Boischatel, Parc Lucien Manning. Ile Perrot
  5. Sunnybrook Park, DDO
  6.  Surrey Park, Dorval
  7. Harris Park, Kirkland
  8. Parkinson Park, Pierrefonds
  9. Valois Park, Pointe Claire
  10. du Boisé Park Roxboro

 

ILE BIZARD

  1. Jonathan Wilson Park- (Behind Ecole Jonathan Wilson)
  2. Eugène-Dostie
  3. Robert Sauvé Park

VAUDREUIL- DORION

  1. Bel-Air Bel-Air Sector – Brown Avenue Briand Next to the Norampac factory
  2. De la Canardière Behind Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau School
  3. De Champagne Des Floralies du lac Sector Jean-Jacques-Bertrand
  4. De la Seigneurie Sector Mozart Access from Beethoven Street
  5. Des Narcisses Des Floralies Sector De Sainte-Trinité Sainte-Trinité Sector
  6. Des Tilleuls Dorion-Gardens Sector
  7. Toe-Blake Next to Hymne-au-Printemps School
  8. Briand (beside the Norampac plant)
  9. Jean-Jacques Bertrand (Seigneurie area)
  10. Mozart Park

 

ILE PERROT

  1. Parc Michel Martin
  2.  Parc Boischatel
  3.  Lucien-Manning Park
  4. Des Eperviers Park

 

PINCOURT 

  1. Olympique, Omni Park

Most parks offer shade and places to change but not all, so it is worth checking with the city you plan to visit for details on shelter and changing chalets.

For an extensive list check out this link from West Island Mommies.

 

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