Queen Creek Splash Pad to Close for the Season Nov. 1

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Queen Creek Splash Pad to Close for the Season Nov. 1 

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Post Date: 10/26/2016 1:40 p.m.

The Town of Queen Creek’s splash pad will close on Nov. 1 for the season and reopen in March. The Town offers a variety of other recreation opportunities including parks, an extensive trail system, specialty programs and classes, Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre, and the dog park, Pocket Park for Pups. 

Queen Creek’s splash pad is located at Founders Park in Town Center, 22407 S. Ellsworth Road. The popular amenity showcases 4,100 square feet of wet and wild water features including water cannons, spray rings, dumping buckets, a custom Queen Creek water tower and new shade structures. 

For more information about the Town’s recreational opportunities, visit QueenCreek.org/Recreation. To stay updated on events and activities, download the Experience QC mobile app or follow the Town on Facebook.com/QCRecreation or Twitter.com/TOQC_Official

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