The Kinsmen Spray Park is an interactive outdoor playground located at Kinsmen Park (7 Avenue and 48 Street).
**UPDATED HOURS** The Spray Park is open from 10am to 8pm daily.
It's a great place to bring the kids on a hot summer day to cool down. With washroom facilities on site, plenty of green space, picnic tables with sun shades, loungers, fire pits, outdoor exercise equipment, and both a dry and wet playground, you can really make a full day out of it!
COVID-19 Update (June 29th, 2020)
We are opened the Spray Park on June 18th! There will be a few changes due to the COVID-19 Regulations and emergency budget, which includes a 0.9 employee schedule for the remainder of 2020.
*Updated Hours (as of July 29th, 2020)– The Kinsmen Spray Park will be open from 10am to 8pm daily.
*Patrols – Staff will be monitoring the park and working with our users to ensure COVID-19 Health Orders are being followed, including social distancing.
*Disinfection – The Kinsmen Spray Park area will be disinfected every morning. It is recommended that hand sanitizer is used by all patrons prior to, and after, use of the park facilities.
*Restricted Areas – There is fencing and roped off areas to protect new grass and areas under construction. Please respect the signage/fencing and stay out of those locations.
Help us keep this facility open by following these guidelines! The Spray Park is to be used at your own risk.
Ensure physical distancing of at least 2 metres between attendees that are not a part of the same family / cohort family.
There should be no more than 100 people in the Spray Park at a time.
Washrooms are available with an increase in cleaning / disinfecting.
Masks should not be worn while playing in the spray park as they present a safety risk
Masks MAY be worn outside of the spray park itself.
Frequent and proper hand hygiene is advised at all times.
Recommend bringing your own alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Limit the use of toys and shared equipment.
Towels, goggles, and similar items should not be shared with anyone outside of your family.
Visitors should not enter the park if they are experiencing symptoms that are not related to a pre-existing illness or health condition.