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We have been to this park several times with the grand children. There are lots of equipment for them and benches for us. It is also a great place to hold picnics. They have large covered picnic table areas.
We were traveling thru this area and as a place to stop and enjoy nature, we chose this place. As it happened, we had fair weather for a walk thru the trails in this park. we enjoyed the various trees with their signs being helpful...More
We live near this park. We've taken most of our visiting friends to visit the park, too. The little ones can spend hours looking at the fairy village and creating their own fairy house out of branches, moss and grass. The playground seems to keep...More
my wife,daughter and friend and son spent the afternoon walking around looking at different things in the park.we were amazed at the beautiful trees and the nice trails.my daughter and her friend were impressed with such a nice park right in surrey B.C. we were...More
I took my four year old grand daughter to Redwood Park a couple of weeks ago. Amazing place to take children. First off, there is lots of parking, very clean restrooms, fabulous trails, a picnic area and a children’s play area.
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Lovely park with covered picnic tables, playground with one of a kind activities - play bulldozer, play store, etc, washrooms, drinking fountains, info on the various trees in the park. Lots of room to run and play. Ideal for family get togethers.
this place is so cool to go for a nice long walk amongst all the different trees of different names from different cultures all over the world. As you peruse through the park and you read all the different plaques on it it's quite interesting...More