Most City of Peterborough splash pads are now open for the season

Splash pad at Nicholls Oval will open later this spring

The splash pad at Roger's Cove in East City in Peterborough. (Photo courtesy of City of Peterborough)
The splash pad at Roger's Cove in East City in Peterborough. (Photo courtesy of City of Peterborough)

With summer-like weather this week, most splash pads in City of Peterborough parks are open for the season as of Thursday (May 12).

The splash pads are located at King Edward Park (455 George St. S.), Rogers Cove (131 Maria St.), Kinsmen Park (1 Kinsmen Way at Sherbrooke Street and Clonsilla Avenue), and Barnardo Park (Barnardo Avenue north of Sunset Boulevard).

The splash pad at Nicholls Oval (725 Armour Rd.) remains temporarily closed for maintenance and is expected to open later this spring.

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The splash pads will be open daily over the summer from noon until 7 p.m.

Residents are reminded to follow Peterborough Public Health’s recommendations based on the local COVID-19 Risk Index.

Wading pools in city parks will be opened later in June when lifeguard supervision is provided.

Beaches at Rogers Cove and Beavermead Park will not have supervision until the city’s lifeguard program starts on Saturday, June 25th.