Panorama Park is located in the heart of Deep Cove, where I grew up. Although the park itself has remained unchanged since I was a little girl, the playground has been modernized.
It’s very easy to spend a day in Deep Cove at Panorama Park. You can relax on the beaches and swim in the ocean, which tends to be a little warmer in the Cove. You can go for lunch at any number of eateries along the strip (Honey’s being my fave) and run around on the grass of the park. The only downside of the park is the washroom facility, which has seen (and smelled) better days.
The playground itself is fairly diverse and friendly to all ages. A word of caution for the slides, as the metal surfaces are very fast. I would suggest holding your toddlers hands or spotting carefully, so they don’t zoom off our over.
Aiden had a great time at Panorama park both times we’ve taken him, including this past weekend with his cousins Jonas and Matias and his Abu. He didn’t want to leave after 2 hours!
I grew up in the Cove, so this park holds a lot of sentimental value to me. That aside, I don’t think you’ll find another park with a view so beautiful!