|Location||Le Sud-Ouest, Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Area||97 hectares (240 acres)|
|Operated by||City of Montreal|
|Open||6:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.|
|Status||Open all year|
|Public transit access|| at Angrignon station |
Angrignon Park (French: Parc Angrignon) is an urban park in the Le Sud-Ouest borough Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Angrignon Park has a total area of 97 hectares. It includes a 1.1km long lake. It is considered by the City of Montreal as one of its large parks.
The park is named for Jean-Baptiste Angrignon (1875–1948), an alderman in Côte Saint-Paul from 1921 to 1934. Before 1927, the area was named Crawford Park.
The park was inspired by the design of 19th-century English gardens. The park contains 20,000 trees, winding paths and a pond surrounded by cattails.
The park is located just south of Ville-Émard, east of Carrefour Angrignon, which is also named after Jean-Baptiste Angrignon, and west of Verdun.
The park was once home to a small farm.
Angrignon station – the western terminus of the Montreal metro Green Line – is at the northern corner of the park.
On December 7, 2020, the City of Montreal announced a plan to create a green corridor between the park and Bois-de-Saraguay Nature Park. The plans included a walking path, a bicycle link, and landscaping.