What a great little spot! Tucked away in a quiet community, just off the Salisbury Road, Codiac Heights is a fantastic park to enjoy with the family.
There is a swing set (two infant and two other swings when we visited) and a great little climbing structure with both a double and a single slide!
There is a small but mighty water feature with benches alongside.
There is a row of trees that offer great shade and some lovely picnic spots! There is also one picnic table under a shelter.
Codiac Heights also has a full, fenced-in basketball court.
This is a great little playground; there is a garbage can and a pet-friendly walking path, as well as bicycle racks.
You can find Codiac Heights playground and park by heading to 100 Olympic Crescent. This is located off Dutchill Drive on the Salisbury Road.
As a bonus, you can also head over to 216 Bond Drive, just about one kilometre away, for another little play space (click or see below) – or make a full park-crawl by adding Pauline Frizzell and Allison Wonderland Park to your day. These four playgrounds are all within five kilometres of each other! If you’re planning such an outing, we’d suggest adding in a stop at the Ice Cream Barn location at Toys for Big Boys – tell them Pickle Planet sent you – and to check the YMCA Mobile Fun schedule. Until August 20, 2021, the Mobile Fun Team will be at Codiac Heights on Tuesdays between 12:30 & 2:30pm & at Pauline Frizzell on Fridays at the same time. It’s a great way to enjoy these spaces, though if you prefer having a quite playground to yourself, you’ll want to avoid these times.