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Gordie had a lot of fun on this playground, but did find it to be pretty challenging. It doesn’t offer a lot for toddlers, so I wouldn’t plan on them spending a lot of time here. The gardens also have fish to look at and a fountain (as well as the plants!) so it would still be a fun diversion.
Fairview – 510 77th Ave SE
I had heard that the new Calgary Farmers’ Market location had a play area, but didn’t expect it to be anything like this. Rather than the collection of panels I had thought it would be, it is like a smaller version of an indoor play centre.
n an attempt to learn from my experience at the McDonald’s play place where Gordie was too little for a really good review, I asked my friend who has a almost 4 year old and a 2 and 1/2 year old to accompany us.
Huntington Hills – 6820 – 4th St NW
This was the first time I had ever taken Gordie to a McDonald’s playplace. Although we do go to McDonalds, we tend to eat on the go.
Airport – 2000 Airport Rd. N.E.
The airport is probably not the first place you think of going when you are looking for an indoor play area. But there is a surprising amount of things for kids at the airport.