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Jack Smith Park’s Splash Pad Reopens

The town’s first-ever splash pad is set to re-open tomorrow, May 10th, at Jack Smith Park.

(above image by Hal Goodtree)

The town’s first-ever splash pad is set to reopen tomorrow, May 10th, at Jack Smith Park. With the weather warming up, the splash pad is the perfect place for kids to cool off while having some fun in the sun. Jack Smith Park is located at 9725 Penny Road.

This fun park feature will be open daily from 9 am to 8 pm and remain open through September, giving families plenty of time to enjoy the refreshing water features. Best of all, there is no admission fee, making it an affordable way for families to spend quality time together outdoors.

The splash pad at Jack Smith Park is designed for children ages 12 and under and features a variety of water features such as water guns, sprayers, and fountains. Parents and caregivers should note that they are responsible for supervising their children at all times while at the splash pad.

It’s important to keep in mind that no pets are allowed at the splash pad due to health and safety concerns for all visitors. Jack Smith Park is home of the only two off-leash dog parks in Cary, which you and your pup can enjoy if you have Cary’s dog park membership.

There is plenty of other things to do at Jack Smith Park beyond the splash pad. Once you’re dried off, the kids can hit the playground, or can partake in a peaceful stroll along the pond. There’s also a 10-foot tall climbing sculpture for those looking to test their endurance.

You can read more about Jack Smith Park on the town’s official website here.

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