Inverboyndie Playground, Banff

With views of Banff Links beach, and a large grassy expanse for family picnics, the playground at Inverboyndie is second to none for family recreation.

The playground features a flying fox, a climbing castle, swings, roundabouts, slides, and other play furniture kids will love. Steps lead down to the sandy beach for building sandcastles, and the sand stretches a mile in both directions.

Banff Links Caravan Park is just across the road, and has a small shop with cold drinks, ice creams, beach toys, sunscreen, postcards and more.

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