James Mowat School

All zipline playgrounds are great, but there’s something a little extra fun about the older-style ziplines. What’s the difference? New style ziplines hang from a track, while the older style ziplines hang from a cable. They swing and bounce just a bit more and they’re a ton of fun – and you can find one at James Mowat School in Fort Saskatchewan!

This playground also has 2 separate parks – a newer park with a lot of climbers, slides and agility equipment. This park has a ramped main structure, as well as an inclusive rocker, however it’s based in sand, and the access to the ramp hasn’t been maintained.

There’s also an older playground on site, also packed with slides, climbers and obstacle course options. Both playgrounds are based in sand. There are a handful of additional pieces of equipment including a bouncy standing teeter totter, a couple of globe spinners, musical features, and swings. ( 10 standard, 2 baby and 1 saucer swing) There are benches and picnic tables and a huge green space beyond the parks.


9625 – 82 Street
Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta


Baby Swings: Yes 2
Standard Swing: Yes 10
Baby/Parent Swing: no
2 person Swing: no
Saucer Swing: Yes 1
Accessible Swing: no
Digger: no
Music Features: Yes
Zipline: Yes
Zipline Spinner: no
Accessible Features: no

Ground Cover

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


School: Yes
Washrooms: no
Splash Park: no
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