Creek’s Crossing Park

***Update – September 29, 2023 – Fire has burned part of the wooden main structure at Creek’s Crossing Playground. The area is expected to be repaired and the rest of the playground remains open.***

It has one of the most unique pieces of equipment we’ve found – but, unfortunately, the ultra-cool sliding skateboard feature at Creek’s Crossing Park seems to be clogged with sand, and doesn’t slide well anymore. It’s still a feature the girls love to play on when we visit this “older-but-still-awesome” playground.

The main structure is a series of wooden tiers with slides, climbers, monkey bar variations and more. There’s a four-person teeter-totter, excellent little hideaways and more. The playground is based in sand, set back in a great grass field, and has benches nearby, but few trees for shade. The playground sits due south of St. Kateri School and is used as the school playground.

Editor’s note: While the apostrophe in Creek’s Crossing doesn’t make sense to me, I have checked the City of Edmonton’s playground resources online and have found it to be spelled as Creek’s Crossing, not Creeks Crossing, in every instance, so that is what I, too, will use.


3807 – 41 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta


Baby Swings: no
Standard Swing: no
Baby/Parent Swing: no
2 person Swing: no
Saucer Swing: no
Accessible Swing: no
Digger: no
Music Features: no
Zipline: no
Zipline Spinner: no
Accessible Features: no

Ground Cover

Rubber: no
Sand: Yes
Turf: no
Wood Chips: no


School: Yes
Washrooms: no
Splash Park: no
Dinosaurs the Exhibition is the feature at TELUS World of Science Edmonton

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