Season extended for Highland Park Spraypark

(WSB file photo)

As noted here last weekend, this is the final week of operations this year for three of our area’s city-run wading pools – South Park closes after tomorrow, Delridge after Friday, E.C. Hughes after Sunday. Lincoln Park will be open through Labor Day. That was supposed to be the last day for Highland Park Spraypark – but in an aquatics update today, Seattle Parks announced two extra weeks for West Seattle’s only spraypark, which will now be open through Sunday, September 18th. (Never been? It’s at 1100 SW Cloverdale.) The announcement also says, “Next summer, Seattle Parks and Recreation hopes to resume summer aquatics at our pre-pandemic schedules” and says they’re hiring for indoor-pool jobs – go here to find out more.

5 Replies to "Season extended for Highland Park Spraypark"

  • Sarchka August 16, 2022 (3:09 pm)

    Hooray!  This place brings so much joy!

  • Kyle August 16, 2022 (7:53 pm)

    Wahoo! Great news

  • Karen August 16, 2022 (8:26 pm)

    Great news!  My kids have enjoyed Highland Park Spraypark so much this summer. :)

  • KayK August 16, 2022 (10:31 pm)

    If only Parks would repair the vandalized parts.☹️

  • Kd August 17, 2022 (5:28 pm)

    Great news. However please pick up after yourself. Every morning looks like a disaster zone at my local park. Charcoal on the grass, beer and soda and all manner of trash. Enjoy the park and don’t be rude. Dispose of your trash or if the cans are full take it home. 

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