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It was an honour to be a part of the team that made the building of the Dragonfly Splash Park a reality for our community.   The choice to build a Splash Park met many of our local priorities around promoting physical activity, creating safe outdoor play environments for young children and promoting the community as a whole as family-centred.  The splash park has become a wonderful, fun place and its play value has exceeded my expectations from the first day it opened.


Heather Adamson

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The Rotary WaterWorks at Diefenbaker Park wins Parks and Open Spaces Awards

South Delta Leader, published May 11, 2012

Tsawwassen’s new water park has made a splash with the BC Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA). The Corporation of Delta was presented with the Parks and Open Spaces Award for Rotary WaterWorks at Diefenbaker Park. Officially opened last August, the facility was recognized for its design, accessibility and community involvement. Read More

Klitsa Playground Provides Place to Play During Games

Alberni Valley Times, published June 4 2010

The city wanted to include the play structure in the overall project, but needed to have a grant in place in order to do that, explained director of parks and recreation, Scott Kenny. They received a federal grant from Recreation and Infrastructure Canada for approximately $25,000, which is about one-third of the total cost. RecTec Industries will supply and install the playground at the park. Read More

Community Comes Together to Build Accessible Playground Equipment at Holly Elementary School

New play equipment with features as diverse as the community it serves has been opened in a festive ceremony involving community leaders and the students of Holly elementary. Read More

The Future of Play: O Zone Showcases High-Tech Playground

Children scrambling over the innovative play structure in the Richmond Olympic Oval pavilion at the Richmond O Zone don’t know it’s the latest in technology to keep them active and healthy.

They only know it’s fun.

The new structure, called Icon, being demonstrated at the O Zone as part of the Oval pavilion’s focus on wellness, offers a unique, interactive experience for children, with games for single or multiple players using push buttons, coloured flashing lights and sounds.

Parent Joe Meylor approves of the interactive concept. “Not only is it great for the physical aspect,” he said, “but it also helps to develop their minds intellectually. It teaches kids to think.” Read More

The Best Playground Ever – Garden City Park

VancouverISAwesome.com, published August 11, 2008

Well at least GMAN, a contributor for the VancouverISAwesome blog, thinks so. Check out some awesome photos of this creative and well-designed playground. To see the playground for yourself, go to the Garden City and Granville in Richmond. Read More