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Beat The Heat This Summer - Water Play Features Turned On in City Parks

Water Play

Waterplay Features at City Parks & Playgrounds across the City are a great way for kids to cool off and have fun! Many City Waterplay facilities are free and now open for the summer season. Children of all ages can enjoy waterplay (splash pads, spouts, sprinklers, and more!) at the following Cambridge parks seven days a week:

  • Cambridge Common City Park
  • Cooper Park
  • Corporal Burns Park
  • Dana Park
  • Franklin Street Park
  • Fulmore Park
  • Glacken Field
  • Goldstar Mothers Park
  • Greene-Rose Heritage Park
  • Hoyt Field
  • Maple Ave Park
  • David Nunes Park
  • Paolillo Tot Lot
  • Reverend Williams Park
  • Riverside Neighborhood Park
  • Riverside Press Park
  • Timothy J. Toomey Jr. Park
  • Warren Pals Park

*Water play at parks and playgrounds at schools will be turned on once school is out for the summer.

Page was posted on 6/1/2023 4:45 PM
Page was last modified on 7/25/2023 3:33 AM
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