Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life

Kidsports (Mississauga)

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The apparent low height of the building from the outside is misleading because the interior is designed in split levels, with the play area actually nestled below ground level. The impressive indoor structure topped with a bright papier m?ch? dragon is the best climb we have tried. Adults and kids alike crouch to climb from one level of a net labyrinth to the next. It's the only way to reach the many slides, fire poles, tunnels, corridors outfitted with punching bags and ballrooms. We got "lost " in its net corridors and it was part of the fun! Some twenty token games are scattered around the structure, including an air hockey table which could make a few tokens go a long way. There's a smaller structure at the other end for smaller kids, as well as a room filled with big toys and gym cushions, ideal for toddlers.

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  • Friday, 14 November 2014 posted by laurence

    Expensive, and why should parents be charged??

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After years of doing all kinds of outings with my children, I can assure you the secret to a perfect outing lies in the details, not the destination.


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