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“quiet and piecefull”
Review of Gibbons Park

Gibbons Park
Ranked #11 of 92 things to do in London
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Reviewed April 11, 2017

If you need to unwind and just go for a stroll - come to this park - it has this peaceful surrounding ...
Good for kids too... Nice pool and playground.

1  Thank Elena A
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"family picnic"
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"ducks and geese"
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"great place for family"
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"walking trails"
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Reviewed March 20, 2017

We really enjoy this park where we have spotted deer, beavers, and of course, plenty of ducks and geese. This park offers activities for small children, good hiking trails along the river, and peaceful moments. It is a beautiful area.

Thank Brenda P
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Reviewed March 6, 2017

Just discovered this lovely park located just south of the UWO campus. Lots of parking at a couple of entrances. Walking trails are pretty flat. We were there in the late winter and we had to watch our footing our some icy spots but if you have the right footwear, no problems. Lots of people running. Good place for little kids unless it gets used for cyclists. Will return again on a sunny day to walk along the Thames River.

Thank FirsTimer1
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Reviewed January 25, 2017

Large riverside park with an outside pool in the summer. Good place for picnics and long walks. Sports fields available.

Thank Des S
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Reviewed December 19, 2016

A Treasure in Central North London; it's less crowded than Springbank but has lots of similar amenities: big green spaces, gorgeous old trees, picnic shelter, tennis courts, pool, big splash pad area, washrooms, a lovely bridge with views, ducks/ geese come to feed.

It is a park that is lovely in all seasons and lends itself well to dog walks, bird and animal viewing. It is a short bike ride to the University or downtown on smooth trails. Good for all ages. TIP: Bring Cameras! Great for photography - stand your kids or family group against the 100 year old massive willow trees, or by the river. Love the Serenity of the park -Great for picnics, by the river on a bench or under a tree. This is a worthy attraction!!

1  Thank cubaexplorer
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