The City of Regina has built and maintains several accessible playgrounds. They describe accessible as (directly from their website): Fully Accessible - All elements of the play equipment are accessible by people regardless of ability. Surface is typically rubber. Accessible Elements - Has some play elements that can be accessed by all. The surface may be rubber or wood fiber to eliminate barriers to ground level components for persons with disabilities and mobility concerns.
Note - Some parks gain an accessibility rating because they have a rubber surface or can be accessed directly from the sidewalk, yet the playground equipment itself isn't accessible to someone using a wheelchair. Some playgrounds may be accessible to people who use wheelchairs but not to others who have different special needs.
Accessibility should be considered for both children and caregivers. The City of Regina maintains several parks that are listed on their website as being accessible and those parks are documented here. However, though these parks may be more accessible to some children and families, they are not necessarily accessible to all. The City of Regina also has many wonderfully accessible parks that are not listed on their accessible parks webpage. This is one of the reasons this website features multiple photographs of each space. Please feel free to browse these parks and the parks listed under geographic zones to find a park that is appropriate for you and your family.