Morgan Boyle Park, is a 4.1 hectare community park located in the southwest corner of Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. It was first constructed in 1975. Since then, the park got aging and some of the equipment got damaged that it needs some repair work.
So in 2016-17, Richmond Hill was approved for funding from the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program to revitalize Morgan Boyle Park and from the Community Renewal Fund to install a rubberized play surface made from recycled tires. This upgrade help revitalized and upgraded the park to current standards to continue to meet the community’s needs over the next few decades.
To celebrate Canada 150 a few years ago, it has a nice fence artwork that shows “JULY 1867” with a Canada Maple Leaf logo along with it. I luv the unique architecture design, the colours of the playground and the material being used have definitely give life to the park.
NOTE: During our visit, the parking lot was fenced up, the city didn’t have anyone shovel the snow in the parking lot. Perhaps this is to discourage anyone from stepping foot in the park during the Provincial lockdown or for other reasons. So, make sure you check updates from City Richmond Hill before visiting.
Morgan Boyle Park – Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
Address: 5 B Pearson Ave, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 7L6