Fall Playgrounds in Edmonton
These playgrounds are giving serious fall vibes! So grab your PSL, throw on a cozy sweater and extend playground season through the beauty that is autumn in Edmonton!
1. Maple Playground
- The name says it all! From the colourful hopping leaves on the ground to the shape of the giant swing set, Maple might be THE perfect fall playground.
- Location: Maple Playground, Maple Road & 8 Street NW, Edmonton
2. Lois E Hole School
- It has a giant acorn! How could this adorable playground not make our list?! The fall theme extends throughout with hopping logs and climbable tree trunks. This school also has climbing holds built into the exterior wall!
- Location: Lois E Hole School, 120 Everitt Dr N, St. Albert
3. Argyll Playground
- The cozy log cabin is just part of the reason this playground makes our fall faves list. We also love all the wooden touches, including the massive wooden climbing wall!
- Location: Argyll Playground, 6750 – 88 Street, Edmonton
4. Laurier Park
- This Edmonton playground makes our list for the spring-mounted fall leaves, the massive wooden climbing tower and slide, and of course, the stunning coyote.
- Location: Laurier Park, 13221 Buena Vista Road, Edmonton
5. Lachance Park
- A small-but-adorable pocket park in St. Albert, this one makes the list for its cute cabin (complete with stone fireplace), deer spring-rider and ample tree trunk hoppers.
- Location: Lachance Park, 54 Lacombe Drive, St. Albert
6. Blatchford Tomato Park
- Harvest time! The Blatchford Tomato Park makes me think of bringing in the garden because you can play right inside 3 giant tomatoes! You could argue it’s a summery park, but the canopy of sunflowers gives this one clear fall vibes!
- Location: Blatchford Tomato Park, Blatchford Road, Edmonton
7. Dermott District Park
- It’s the toddler area here that gives off the biggest fall vibes! District Dermott Park has a giant leaf platform (think stage for your little performers), a series of hop-able tree trunks, and the cutest little campsite complete with climbing poles!
- Location: Dermott District Park, 8648 – 81 Street, Edmonton
8. Northeast River Valley Park
- The playground may be pretty standard, but the setting is anything but! You can’t beat TWO gorgeous covered barn bridges for fall vibes and you’ll find them here in Edmonton’s newest parkland!
- Location: Northeast River Valley Park, 17 Street NE & 153 Avenue NE, Edmonton