Sackville Playground is in Corktown at the base of Sackville and King Street East.
It’s another newly built playground here in Toronto that is fantastic for kids of all ages.
Sackville Playground is surrounded by lots of cafés, coffee shops and parking.
420 King Street East
How to Get Here:
We drive and find plenty of street parking.
Subway: Either the Coxwell or Greenwood stop
Streetcar Stop: 4143 with the 304, 503, 504 streecars passing by
Why We Like it:
It’s brand new and I like new things. It’s fenced off so you don’t have to worry about your kids randomly running into busy King street. The play structures are great for younger kids with a toddler slide and baby swings as well as your older kids who love to climb (or is that just mine that is a monkey?).
There is a water table thing as well as gentle sprays – perfect for the hot weather. There are benches, picnic tables and lots of trees of shady spots to sit.
This is an accessible playground.
Surrounded by grass, it has concrete, wood chips and then that bouncy rubber surface under the main structures.
Sadly none. We went to one of the cafés down the street when we were desperate.