The perfect see-it-from-the-highway playground en route to PEI!
We love great parks that are right along the highway on road trips – and the playground at the club d’âge d’or/Golden Age Club in Shemogue is a perfect spot to stop on the way to PEI, New Brunswick’s Murray Beach Provincial Park, or Petit Cap Beach!
This playground is quite large & wonderful for various ages. There are multiple climbing structures, several sets of swings, and so many great details, including the ‘steps’ to the playground!
There are three swing sets in total; there were two infant swings when we visited.
Our older kiddos loved the old-school teeter-totters and the diggers, which are always a hit with the construction-obsessed toddlers, too!
There are two boat-themed structures, one low to the ground & perfect for smaller kids.
We loved all the invitations to climb with fun designs!
The playground offers lots of space to roam, with two picnic shelters for shade & half-a-dozen benches spread around the playground. The ground cover is gravel, so this space isn’t great for strollers or other wheels.
It’s generally a breezy spot, but don’t forget your sunscreen & bug spray!
You can see this playground & turn directly into the parking lot off Route 15.
TO FIND THIS GEM: You’ll want to search up 5654 Route 15, in Shemogue, New Brunswick. It’s just by the intersection of Route 15 & Route 950; about 6km from Petit Cap beach.
The Shemogue Playground at the club d’âge d’or is about 25 minutes from the Cape Jourimain Centre, 15 minutes from Murray Beach, 12 minutes to Aboiteau Beach, and about 20 minutes from Shediac’s Parlee Beach. There are lots of great spots to grab something to eat in these communities, making this a wonderful daytrip idea for families in the Greater Moncton Area! The One Fish Bistro is just steps away from the playground & Quai Aboiteau (check out their bucket of seafood!) is nearby, too.
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