If you want to take a trip with your family, but your budget is tight, Lethbridge is a really fun city to visit!
There’s an article about all of the incredible attractions here, but the city is also home to some amazing playgrounds.
Location: 13 SunRidge Blvd West
This playground is located inside a gorgeous park that is largely made up of wetlands. The best part of this playground was the hand-powered trolley. When you turn the crank, a little trolley moves back and fourth along a track.
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Location: 245 McMaster Blvd West
Nicholas Sheran Park is built around a man-made lake. The playground is really awesome with a train / coal mine theme. The playground has a lovely location right next to the lake, restrooms, and a picnic shelter.
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Location: 39 Ridgewood Blvd West
The Ridgewood Park playground is also situated in a giant park. This park borders the river, and there is a nice view very close to the playground. This playground has a UFO theme!
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Henderson Lake Playground
Location: 2871 Parkside Dr S
This playground is located along Henderson Lake. It is large and features accessible flooring, saucer swings, ramps, a large rope spinner and great shade as well as nearby washrooms.
Location: West Highlands – 381 Tartan Circle West
This community playground has an awesome castle theme that will inspire lots of imaginative play.
Do you know of another Lethbridge playground that should be on this list?
The City of Lethbridge’s website (http://www.lethbridge.ca/) has a treasure trove of information about local parks and playgrounds. It came in very handy when we were planning our trip!
Disclosure: In order to facilitate these reviews, we were provided with accommodation in Lethbridge, and some free admission to attractions. Thank you to Chinook Country Tourist Association for facilitating our trip!