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  • Writer's pictureJulianna Cavallaro

Splash Pads located on Montreal's West Island

With summer in full effect, many West Islanders are looking for ways to stay cool and refreshed. Splash pads are a perfect way to beat the heat this summer, especially for families. Lucky for you, the West Island has many of these water zones.

Here is a list of splash pads located in the municipalities and boroughs of the West Island:

  • Parkinson Park (located on rue Millette, at the intersection of boulevard de Pierrefonds)

  • Cyril-W.-McDonald Park (located on rues Lamer and Harry-Worth)

  • Grier Park (located on rue des Cageux)

  • Du Boisé Park (located on 14ième rue, 9e Avenue and rue du Boisé, in Roxboro)

  • Cérès Park (located on avenue Cérès, at the intersection of avenue Edward-Higgins)

  • Eugène-Dostie Park, (504 Montée de l'Église, L'Île-Bizard)

  • Jonathan Wilson Park, (3243 Boulevard Chèvremont, L'Île-Bizard)

  • Robert Sauvé Park, (15742 Rue de la Caserne, Sainte-Geneviève)

  • Sunnybrooke Park ( 7 Rue Cadman, DDO)

  • Lake Park ( 85 Rue Hemingway, DDO)

  • Westminster park ( 535 Rue Westminster, DDO)

  • Valois Park ( 85 Belmont Avenue, Pointe-Claire)

  • Harris Park ( 17178, Brunswick boulevard, Kirkland)

  • Meades Park ( 16950, Hymus Boulevard, Kirkland)

  • Walters Park ( Boulevard Pine Beach, Dorval)

  • Surrey Aquatic And Community Centre ( 1945 Avenue Parkfield, Dorval)


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