Due to the favourable weather conditions, the Town of Comox opened the Marina Park Splash Pad a week earlier than initially planned. The facility opened for the season on Friday, May 11, and dozens of youngsters were taking full advantage of the wet fun on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Terry Farrell.

Comox splash park opens early

Turn on the taps!

Due to the great weather in the forecast, the Town of Comox has opened the Marina Park Splash Pad a week earlier than initially planned. The Splash Pad is now officially open for the season.

“It’s a great opportunity for kids and families to get outdoors and play in the town’s newly installed Splash Pad,” said Al Fraser Park Superintendent.

Come on down to Marina Park and play… and don’t forget the sunscreen

 

Eighteen-month-old Carter Chalifoux of Courtenay had a great time at the Marina Park Splash Pad on Saturday, May 12. Photo by Terry Farrell

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