The City of Winnipeg is extending the spray pad season until September 11, 2023, offering families an extra week to beat the heat with some outdoor fun.
Spray pads were originally scheduled to close on September 4 but with a forecast of warm weather ahead of us, kids will still have a few chances to have some summer fun.
The City says in a release that all spray pads will remain open daily from 9:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. until September 11.
For more information on spray pads, see: winnipeg.ca/spraypads.
Reminder: outdoor pools and wading pools closing by September 4
The following outdoor pools are planned to be open until end-of-day Friday, September 1, 2023:
- Windsor Park
Fort Garry Lions is planned to be open until end-of-day Sunday, September 3, 2023.
The following outdoor pools are planned to be open until end-of-day Monday, September 4, 2023:
- Freight House
- Kildonan Park
- St. Vital
- Transcona Aquatic Park
For more information on outdoor pools, including locations and hours of operation, see: City of Winnipeg – Outdoor Pools.
While most wading pools are now closed, the following four wading pools are planned to remain open until end-of-day September 4:
- Central Park
- Dakota Park
- Ducharme Park
- Keenleyside Park
- McKittrick Park
- St. John’s Park
For more information on wading pools, including locations, hours of operation, and closure dates, see: City of Winnipeg – Wading Pools.