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Capital Region splash pads open to help kids stay cool

WNYT Staff
Updated: June 06, 2021 03:46 PM
Created: June 04, 2021 06:42 PM

With hot weather on the way, people will be looking for ways to cool off this weekend.

Unfortunately, many public pools don't open for another week or two, but there are some splash pads open this weekend to help kids cool off.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

GEYSER PARK, RECREATION CENTER, EAST/WEST SIDE RECS – splash pads open for the season

GLENS FALLS

CRANDALL PARK - open on weekends through June 26. After that it's open daily throughout the summer from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

NISKAYUNA

BLATNICK PARK - open Saturday June 5 at 11:00 a.m.

TROY – splash pads open 10a.m. to 8 p.m.

•           FREAR PARK, Adjacent to Frear Park Ice Rink

•           KNICKERBACKER PARK, 7th and 104th Street

•           PROSPECT PARK, 65 Prospect Park Road

•           RIVERFRONT PARK, River Street/Front Street

•           7TH AVENUE PARK, Corner of Ingalls and 7th Avenue

•           CORLISS PARK, 1100 8th Avenue

WILTON

GAVIN SPLASH PARK  - The Splash Park will be CLOSED during bad weather. In the case of thunder/lightning, the Splash Park will close immediately, and patrons will be asked to leave. No refunds will be issued.

FEES

$2/Wilton Residents*

$5/Non-Wilton Residents

*Proof of residency required (license, utility bill, tax document, etc)

Children 2 and under are free with paying adult. There is no fee for supervising parents/guardians who are not utilizing the wet area of the Splash Park.


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