The City is improving the playground in Indian Line Park as part of an ongoing program to enhance playgrounds and play spaces across the city so that everyone can experience the joys and benefits of play for years to come.

  • September 2024: Community engagement (online survey)
  • October 2024 to April 2025: Detailed design and hire a construction team
  • Late Summer 2025: Construction starts
  • Late Fall 2025: Construction complete, playground reopens

The timeline is subject to change.

Online Survey

September 2024

An online survey will be posted on this page in September. The survey will ask for your feedback and preferences on playground options. The design team will use this community feedback to develop the final playground design.

The results of the survey will also be shared on this page.

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Indian Line Park Playground is located in the northwest area of the park near the entrance from Morning Star Drive, north of the tennis courts and west of the splash pad.

The playground currently includes:

  • one swing set with:
    • two swings for ages two to five
    • two swings for ages five and up
  • a junior play structure with:
    • one small sized double slide
    • one medium sized double slide
    • two bridges
    • four climbing options
    • three play panels
  • a senior play structure with:
    • one large wavy slide
    • one large spiral slide
    • one medium double slide
    • one bridge
    • five climbing options
    • one play panel
  • one standalone structure with two overhead climbing options
  • one talk tube set
  • sand under all play areas

The playground will be redesigned using community feedback and is proposed to include:

  • playground equipment for ages five to 12
  • accessible walkway to the playground
  • engineered wood fibre surfacing

The play equipment and pathway connecting to the playground area will comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Learn moreĀ aboutĀ how playgrounds are made accessible.

Improvements will only be made in the general playground area and will not include any new water or lighting features or improvements to other areas of the park.