Labor Day weekend is the unofficial end of summer. But summer fun doesn't end there for Oklahoma City families.
With late summer temperatures still soaring into the triple digits, Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation officials have decided to expand the city’s sprayground season for another month.
The spraygrounds will remain open daily 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. through Sunday, September 28. In past years, they have closed on Labor Day.
“While most area children are back in school, we recognize that some younger children and families still want a way to cool off during our late summer season,” Parks and Recreation Director Doug Kupper said. “Extending the season through September will continue to provide our children a safe, fun place to cool off.”
Oklahoma City spraygrounds are located:
Douglass Park, 901 N Frederick Douglass Ave
E.B. Jeffrey Park, 4432 NW 16
Harvest Hills Park, 8235 NW 104
Lippert Park, 5500 S Shartel
Macklanburg Park, 11700 N Stratford
McCracken Park, 425 SE 64
McKinley Park, 1300 N McKinley
Melrose Park, NW 5 and Council
Minnis Lakeview Park, 12518 NE 36
North Highland Park, 301 NW 81
Reed Park, 1217 N May Ave
Schilling Park, 537 SE 25 St
Sellers Park, SW 82nd and Villa
Taylor Park, 1113 S 70th
Wiley Post Park, SW 17 and Robinson
Youngs Park, SW 44th and Youngs Blvd
A full schedule of year-round aquatics programs, including lessons and open swim at the Foster Indoor Pool, may be found on the City’s website at www.okc.gov/parks, or by calling (405) 297-1424.