June 29, 2022 2:01pm
Experience Bay will reopen upcoming week just after being closed for around two decades thanks to the pandemic.
The park will open on July 4 and will be open every day from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. till Labour Working day weekend.
“Our hrs at the h2o park are dependent on our existing staffing compliment and like a whole lot of aquatic amenities across the nation there is a significant aquatics staff shortage which will just take us a when to develop back again up,” said Jennifer Knights, government director of recreation and culture with the Town of Windsor.
The summer season fee is $14 for Town of Windsor residents and $16.50 for general admission. Young children two and less than can enter the facility for cost-free.
Protection checks have been done on all of the slides and attractions prior to the reopening.
Knights indicated they will re-evaluate staffing levels in the slide to figure out the slide agenda.
Most outdoor pools in the city are also open this 7 days. Atkinson, Central, Mic Mac, Remington Booster, and Riverside Centennial Out of doors Pools all have recreational swimming and other programming all over the summer months. Lanspeary Lions Outside Pool will not open up this summer thanks to structural and mechanical concerns.
Program data can be found on the internet at ActiveWindsor.ca