Spraygrounds are water playgrounds with fixtures and fountains that spray water. They are similar to water play areas, such as those at Kimberley Park and Bolton pools, with a significant difference: Spraygrounds are not set in standing water, making them safer for children. A popular alternative to swimming pools, spraygrounds save resources by recirculating and filtering the water nor do they require lifeguards or staffing.
How to Use a Sprayground
Push the button, mounted on a bollard at the edge of the sprayground, to activate the water for 15 minutes. If nobody pushes the button again within 15 minutes, the water will stop.
Open Sprayground Locations
- Hathaway Park, 301 Anita Drive - Closed due to maintenance. (Free to the public)
- Little Creek Park, 600 Foxcroft Drive (Free to the public)
- Mineral Springs Pool, 4700 Ogburn Avenue (Closed, Under Construction)
- Polo Pool, 1850 Polo Road (Closed, Under Construction)
- Reynolds Park, 2450 Reynolds Park Road (Free to the public)
- Rupert Bell Park, 1501 Mt. Zion Place (Free to the public)
- Sedge Garden Park, 401 Robbins Road (Free to the public)
Spraygrounds will be open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. April 1 - October 31. With the exception of the Spraygrounds located at Polo Park and Mineral Springs, Spraygrounds at these locations will be operated based on the pool schedule and will require admission fees.
A sprayground also is being developed in a new park on Bethabara Road in the North Ward.