Chaldecott Park
Park Location
4175 Wallace Street
(@ King Edward Avenue)
3.45 hectares
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Recreation Facilities
Baseball DiamondsBaseball Diamonds(x2)
Field HousesField Houses(x1)
Soccer FieldsSoccer Fields(x2)
Water/Spray ParksWater/Spray Parks(x1)
Washroom Information
LocationWinter hoursSummer hoursNotes
East side fieldhouseDawn to DuskDawn to DuskCaretaker on site
About the Park
Chaldecott offers a combination of large playing fields and smaller play areas; large old cedar trees shelter the playground area and rustle moodily on breezy days. During the summer, the spraypark is a popular attraction for children of the neighbourhood.
Originally a part of the Municipality of Point Grey before the amalgamation of the city in 1929, this park is named for Francis Miller Chaldecott. Mr. Chaldecott was a lawyer who helped organize the District of South Vancouver where he owned 107 acres and he also owned a half interest in 240 acres in the Point Grey District. Francis Chaldecott died January 24, 1949.
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