The West Coast ParkView playground provides plenty of fun with two different play spaces where kids of various ages can climb, bounce and challenge themselves on interesting play equipment.
The two West Coast ParkView playgrounds offer different play experiences. Older kids can tackle what looks like a giant purple octopus while younger ones not only have a pirate ship but can also explore a lookout tower.
West Coast ParkView Playground: The Giant Purple Octopus
With a large central body and different “tentacles” radiating from it, the first West Coast ParkView playground looks like a giant purple octopus.
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Kids can climb into the play sphere through various entry points.
Choose to scramble along a cargo net, step through a set of hammocks or climb up a slope to enter the purple octopus playground.
From inside, a netted bridge stretches out to a slide where kids can swoosh down.
The purple octopus is not the only unusual play equipment at the West Coast ParkView playground.
A “flyaway” balloon invites kids to climb upwards.
Other play equipment at this section of the West Coast ParkView playground include a slip-sliding platform.
There is also a large, bouncy trampoline and an embedded merry-go-round.
The playground can be found in front of Block 801C West Coast Crescent.
Pirate Ship Tower Playground
But that’s not all! There is a second children playground are at West Coast ParkView – one that may be less intimidating for younger kids.
A highlight of this second play area is a tower that kids can climb up.
The top of the lookout tower can be reached by stairs and a ladder. Inside, there is a little hammock where kids can hang out before making an escape back down to the ground using the slide.
A ridge of crates lies between the lookout tower and the playground’s pirate ship.
Kids can spring into the pirate ship playground and help to man the cannons. Or use the spyglass to look out for treasure.
There are various play panels, including one where kids can turn a handle to activate sound.
While up on the pirate ship, kids may also be able to spot the sea creatures roaming close by.
In addition to the sea star, there is a sea turtle and a whale too!
This section of the playground can be found in front of Block 801B.
Fun for Kids at West Coast ParkView Playground
The West Coast ParkView playground offers plenty of fun for kids. Older ones will be able to challenge themselves while younger ones can engage in imaginative play.
It can be found at Block 801 West Coast Crescent.
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