Blue Grass Sod Farm Central Spray and Play was a popular spot on June 8, 2018 after an warmer than average month of May. (File Photo by Advocate staff)

Get ready to make an outdoors splash

Spray Park and outdoor pool set to open June 1

Sun and splash lovers, cross your fingers Saturday.

That’s the day — weather permitting, as always — that Blue Grass Sod Farms Central Spray and Play and the Recreation Centre outdoor pool will open for the season.

The spray and play features a 7,500-square-foot spray pad with 35 spray toys and two dump buckets.

It operates daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the northwest corner of Rotary Recreation Park (47A Avenue and 48th Street).

The Recreation Centre outdoor pool is located behind the Recreation Centre (4501 47A Ave.) and features a 50-metre pool for public and lane swimming, one- and three-metre diving boards and a children’s wading pool with spray features.

There are deck chairs for lounging located around the pool.

For more information and swimming schedules, visit www.reddeer.ca/recreation or pick up a schedule at the Collicutt, G.H. Dawe, Michener Aquatic or Recreation Centres.



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