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Cool off! These six spray parks are now open for Coquitlam

With the weather warming up, you can cool down at one of six outdoor spray parks opening at 4 p.m. today, May 10, in Coquitlam.
Coquitlam has officially opened six of its spray parks for the public to cool off for warmer days ahead.

With the mercury on the rise, you can cool down at one of six outdoor spray parks as of 4 p.m. today, May 10, in Coquitlam.

Of the 10 spray parks in the city, six that have launched this afternoon at:

  • Burns Spray Park
    • 802 Edgar Ave.
  • Galloway Spray Park
    • 3404 Galloway Ave.
  • Norm Staff Spray Park
    • 3320 David Ave.
  • Panorama Spray Park
    • 1455 Johnson St.
  • Rochester Spray Park
    • 1390 Rochester Ave.
  • Sheffield Spray Park
    • 3510 Sheffield Ave.

No lifeguard is on duty.

The Cottonwood, Mackin, Blue Mountain and Town Centre spray parks will open early on Saturday, May 18.

The city’s only outdoor pool that’s currently available, Eagle Ridge Pool, will allow swimmers starting June 1 at 1 p.m. while the wading pool at Blue Mountain Park will be ready on June 15 at 11:30 a.m.

Spani Pool is under construction.

There is no cost to enter a spray park or the wading pool. Admission to the eight-lane, 25 m Eagle Ridge pool is $2 per person.

Meanwhile, starting May 21, Coquitlam parents and caregivers can buy a Summer Child & Youth Pass for their kids for unlimited access to drop-in activities, including pools. The cost is $25 and is good from June 14 to Sept. 2.

Other spray parks

Port Coquitlam’s four spray parks at Castle, Lions and Sun Valley parks, as well as at the Port Coquitlam Community Centre (2150 Wilson Ave.), are now open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., weather dependent.

And in Port Moody, its three spray parks at Ailsa, Easthill and Rocky Point parks will open for the May long weekend — also from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., weather permitting.

Its two outdoor pools at Westhill and Rocky Point parks will welcome swimmers in mid-June.