Sprayground Opens at Lake Drive Tricentennial Park
June 16, 2006
As the temperature rises, children in Mobile are getting a great new way to cool down. Mobile City Councilman Fred Richardson was joined by dozens of youngsters at the opening of the new SprayGround equipment at Lake Drive Tricentennial Park.
SprayGround equipment is a cool new way to have fun with water on a hot summer day. Children walk along a plank, while getting sprayed by water cannons, geysers, fountains, water buckets and rainbow-makers.
Everyone in the community is invited to come out everyday this summer. The SprayGround area is open anytime the park is open, and closes at sundown.
Councilman Fred Richardson, along with Rev. Joseph Day and City Parks & Recreation Director Rick Rambeau cut the ribbon on the SprayGround equipment at Lake Drive Tricentennial Park
Kids cool off with the water buckets at the SprayGround equipment at Lake Drive Tricentennial Park
Kids enjoy the rainbow machine at the SprayGround equipment at Lake Drive Tricentennial Park
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