White Rock’s Memorial Park.

White Rock: All ages and all abilities can enjoy this playground

Facility was designed with accessibility in mind

Besides its famous promenade and pier, the city of White Rock has more than 80 acres of park lands.

There are majestic oceans views to be had, and wilderness parks and trails too.

One interesting facility is the All Abilities / All Ages Playground, an accessible playground that provides barrier-free access to a beautiful green space.

Developed in partnership with the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation, the city of White Rock opened the park in 2018.

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Grand Chief Bernard Robert Charles Plaza. (Black Press Media file photo)

White Rock’s Memorial Park. (Black Press Media file photo)

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