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Montreal Families

Guided Tour: Ahuntsic Park

Ahuntsic Park (view map)
Address: The park is bordered by Fleury St., Lajeunesse St., Henri Bourassa Blvd., and St. Hubert St.
Parking: Metered parking on Lajeunesse St. This is the street closest to the playground area.
Metro: Henri Bourassa

The view from the top of the hill at Ahuntsic Park.

The view from the top of the hill at Ahuntsic Park.

Ahuntsic Park has it all: play equipment for toddlers to teens, a wading pool and water play area, scenic surroundings and a number of family-friendly restaurants nearby. This park is well worth a visit even if you don’t live in the immediate area. Families with babies and/or toddlers should definitely plan to visit the park, and stop for breakfast, lunch or coffee at neighbouring Lili Café. It’s a parent-baby cafe that serves great food and has a baby play area.

The baby/toddler area.

The baby/toddler area.

In terms of playgrounds, there’s a toddler area, a bigger kids area, see-saws, swings, a skateboarding park, wading pool and water play.

This is the older kids' playground; behind it is a wading pool/water play area.

This is the older kids' playground; behind it is a wading pool/water play area.

A midsummer night’s dream? Close to the playground area, there are various family-friendly restaurants on Lajeunesse St., including St. Hubert, Mike’s, and McDonalds. So, if the kids are old enough to handle restaurant visits, you could plan an early dinner and summer evening at the park.

This is one of several ramps in the skateboarding area.

This is one of several ramps in the skateboarding area.

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