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Brantford splash pads to reopen on Friday, June 2

City of BrantfordBrantford splash pads to reopen on Friday, June 2

With temperatures expected to rise this week, the City of Brantford announced that the following splash pads will open for the season on Friday, June 2:

  • Anderson Road Park, 70 Anderson Road
  • Harmony Square, 89 Dalhousie Street
  • Tutela Park, 160 Erie Avenue

The City of Brantford’s splash pads have been carefully designed to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for people of all ages. Whether you’re a child ready to embrace the water jets, or an adult seeking some relief from the heat, our splash pads are the perfect summer destination.

To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all visitors, the City kindly requests everyone abide by the posted rules and guidelines at each splash pad location.

At this time, the splash pads at Mohawk Park (51 Lynwood Drive) and Bridle Path Park (55 Palomino Drive) will remain temporarily closed at this time due to mechanical issues. City staff appreciate your patience as we work hard to open these splash pads as soon as possible.

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