No matter who you are, this is a fun park, a unique park, one of those parks that is neat to bring a friend from out of town, but pleasant to visit 1-2 times a year regardless.
For a park barely a decade old, Hinge sure feels timeless.
It’s a solid B+ park, one filled on many sunny summer days, a food truck across the street, a bike share station next to the entrance, the epitome of a pleasant time in a pleasant neighbourhood.
Say you enjoyed beer and lived in Mt. Pleasant, and say you enjoyed a relaxing afternoon at Jonathan Rogers Park. But then I repeat myself.
Few people are going to rave about Robson Park, but the 111-year-old park has pretty much everything one needs.
More than anything, China Creek South is known for its skateboard bowls.
It’s a fine patch of land, but let’s not go crazy here: this is a city blessed with amazing green spaces. Dude Chilling isn’t one of them.
China Creek is dominated by a huge and ultimately generic field, with little tree cover or areas for people to do anything except sports or tanning.
A small park that opened in 1986, Tea Swamp’s name comes from the wild labrador tea that flourished around the giant bog that used to sit around 17th and Sophia.
A small space that packs a punch in other words, even if the only reason to really be there is for the stuff around it.