Water Spray Parks Are Open! #waterparks #sprayparks

Water Spray Parks Are Open! #waterparks #sprayparks

Spray Park FunAs the weather is becoming warmer so brings the opening of the local water spray parks. Here are a list of the local water spray parks. Please not that some cities open a little later in the season.

Burnaby: Push-button system open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm daily.

  • Central Park (3883 Imperial Street)
  • Charles Rummel Park (3325 Piper Ave)
  • Confederation Park (250 Willingdon Ave)
  • Ernie Winch Park (7680 15 St)
  • Keswick Park (9452 Cardston Ct)
  • Rene Park (6961 Sperling Ave)
  • Suncrest Park (4949 Canada Way)

Delta: Open starting May 15th, hours are from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm daily.

  • Annieville Lions Park (9150 112th Street)
  • Diefenbaker Park  (Rotary Waterwork) (5579 1st Avenue)
  • Memorial Park (Kinsmen Water Park) (5010 47th Avenue)

Langley: The parks turn on when the temperature reached 18 degree Celsius or higher.

  • Brookswood Park (40 Ave & 200 Street)
    Hours: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm
  • Douglas Park Water Park (Douglas Crescent & 206 Street)
    Hours: 10:00 am to Dusk
  • Langley City Park (48 Ave & 207 Street)
    Hours: 10:00 am to Dusk
  • Murrayville Outdoor Activity Park (48A Ave & 221 Street)
    Hours: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm
  • Nicholas Park Water Park (50A Ave & 209 Street)
    Hours: 10:00 am to Dusk
  • Phillip Jackman Park (32 Ave & 271 Street)
    Hours: Weekdays 2:00 pm to 8:30 pm, Weekends 10am-8:30pm
  • Walnut Grove Community Park (89 Ave & Walnut Grove Drive)
    Hours: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm
  • Willoughby Community Park (7700 Block of 202A Street)
    Hours: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm

New Westminster: The Parks are on 15-minute cycles that are manually activated and generally operate from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.

  • Hume Park (Upper Hume – Kelly Street & Braid Street Lower Hume – Columbia Street & East of Holmes Street)
  • Moody Park (Access via 7th Avenue & 10thStreet or 7th Avenue & 8th Street)
  • Queen’s Park (Access via 1st Street & 3rd Avenue or off McBride Boulevard)
  • Ryall Park (920 Ewen Avenue Queenborough)
  • Sapperton Park (Sherbrooke & East Columbia Streets)

Richmond: (Opening in June) Parks are open mid-June to early-September, hours are from Dawn to Dusk.

  • Burkeville Neighbourhood Park (1060 Catalina Cr)
  • Dixon Neighbourhood Park (9331 Diamond Road)
  • King George/Cambie Community Park (4100 No. 5 Road)
  • Steveston Community Park (4011 Moncton Street)
  • South Arm Park (8680 Willams Road)

Surrey: Parks are opened from Victoria Day long weekend until September 30. The parks turn on when the temperature reached 20 degree Celsius and are opened daily from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

  • Bridgeview Park (12560 – 115 Avenue)
  • Unwin Park (13313 – 68th Avenue)
  • South Surrey Athletic Park (14600 – 20 Avenue)
  • Hawthorne Park (10513 – 144 Street)
  • Goldstone Park (5850 – 146 Street)
  • Fleetwood Park (15802 – 80 Avenue)
  • Erma Stephenson Park (15920 – 110 Avenue)
  • Cloverdale Athletic Park (6330 168 Street)
  • Bear Creek Park (13750 – 88 Avenue)

Vancouver: Please check the cities site for hours and dates as each park has different start and finish date and hours.

  • Chaldecott Park (4175 Wallace Street) – currently closed
  • Connaught Park (2390 W 10th Avenue)
  • CRAB Park at Portside (101 E Waterfront Road)
  • Garden Park (1851 Garden Drive)
  • Grandview Park (1657 Charles Street)
  • Granville Island Water Park (1318 Cartwright Street)
  • Harbour Green Park (1199 W Cordova Street)
  • Hastings Community Park (3000 E Pender Street)
  • Kitsilano Beach Park (1499 Arbutus Street)
  • MacLean Park (710 Keefer Street)
  • Norquay Park (5050 Wales Street)
  • Oak Park (900 W 59th Avenue)
  • Prince Edward Park (3773 Prince Edward Street)
  • Stanley Park (2000 W Georgia Street)

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