Some of the best slides in Calgary. Do you know of another slide that should be on this list?
Beltline – 1236 16 Ave SW
At Thomson Family Park, you can find some unusual equipment and an awesome hill slide.
905 30 Ave NW
Confederation Park’s playground has a really nice inter-generational feel and a great tube slide.
Haysboro – 1204 89th Ave SW
Haysboro’s natural playground has a really wide hill slide that kids love sliding down with friends and allows more more unique slide play.
Sage Hill – Symons Gate – 42 Sage Bluff Gate NW
The accessible flooring at this playground is so bright an colourful, you’ll find it hard not to smile. And if you like tall slides, you’ll love this one.
Curie Barracks – 2953 Battleford Ave SW
Not only is the slide at this playground great, the playground has a really cool airplane theme too!
McKenzie Towne – Elgin Estates Park or Elgin Estates View SE
What is better than one tall slide? Two tall slides! Not only that, but this playground has a cool ship theme as well.
Elboya – 46 Ave & 4a St. SW
Elboya park is a favourite with Calgary families and has a tall double slide.
Westwinds/Castleridge – 233 Castleridge Blvd. NE.
Prairie Winds Park has a couple of fun hill slides, some really unique equipment and a double zipline!
Aspen Hills – 1677 93 St SW
This playground is located at a private school – it has some really great slides.
91 Seton Gardens SE
Elsa’s Tower Playground in Seton, features a tall twisty slide, a large double slide and a roller slide.
Carrington – Carrington Blvd near Carrington Rd NW
If your kid is a fan of slides, they will love this new Carrington playground with lots of awesome slide options.
Livingston – Lucas Crescent and Lucas Parade NW
The twisty slide at Livingston West Park Playground will be sure to impress.
There are a number of awesome roller slides in Calgary too including one in Carrington and at the Crossroads playground in the East Village. You can find a complete list of roller slides here.
This slide is arguably the best in the city, however, it requires admission to Telus Spark to access it.
The slides at the Calgary Zoo’s Bugtopia Playground are pretty good (as long as your kids are not too big or too small) but the playground requires admission to access.
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