Looking for a Way to Cool Off in Brampton this Summer?
It’s finally getting hot in Brampton, and if you’re looking for a fun way to cool off, splash pads are open and pools are opening soon around the city!
Brampton will have 12 spray pads for kids by fall 2017 (and parents, if they want to jump in!), open daily from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. weather permitting, completely free of charge.
Seven spray pad locations are currently open, including Teramoto Park, Peel Village Spray Pad, Chinguacousy Park, Chris Gibson Recreation Centre, Cassie Campbell Community Centre, Brampton Soccer Centre, and Batsman Park.
The location at Century Gardens Recreation Centre is currently closed for resurfacing.
New splash pads will be opening at Michael Murphy Park, Komagata Maru Park, Jim Irons Park, and Creditview Sandalwood Park by fall.
As for wading pools, Gage Park and Balmoral Recreation Centre will open their free, supervised wading pools for families in July.
Eldorado Park’s outdoor pool and Professor’s Lake will also open in July and are applicable to admission rates. Eldorado’s admission rates can be found here, and Professor’s Lake admission rates can be found here.
Eldorado has covered picnic areas, and Professor’s Lake boasts a beach, beach volleyball courts, and pedal boats, canoes, and kayaks available for rent.
For more information on spray pads, wading pools, and outdoor pools and beaches this summer in Brampton, click here.
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