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Neshama Playground in Oriole Park

Neshama Playground in Oriole Park is close to Davisville subway station. This midtown park is the first of its kind in Canada. 

The real beauty of this spot is that it allows all kids—regardless of mobility—to play side by side. Toddlers have free reign over their own little section, and older kids can run or wheel around without the worry of knocking over any little guys. 

It is an invigorating spot for all kids, the flat rubber ground is wheelchair friendly and the colourful expanse features sensory toys for children with autism and wide ramps that cater to all. 

There is sprinkler for hot days too.

Go play:
201 Oriole Pkwy, Toronto.

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