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Paradise Park

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Summer fun in the Town of Paradise now includes amenities at Paradise Park, located at the end of Sarah Davis Way, next to the Paradise Double Ice Complex. 

Accessible Playground

The first Accessible Playground for the Town of Paradise offers play space and activities for children of all abilities. With a rubberized surface, all children can access the outdoor play area which includes an array of inclusive equipment and features, including an accessible swing and accessible picnic tables.  

The Accessible Playground is open daily, children under 8 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. 

 

Splash Pad

With spray nozzles, pipe rainbow, fine mist spray and a dunk bucket, the Splash Pad provides a water play area where children can have fun and stay cool and refreshed during the summer. The water for the Splash Pad is recycled and treated for reuse in the water play area (it is not recommended for consumption). 

The Splash Pad is open for the 2017 season from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. It is recommended that users wear water shoes or other appropriate footwear when playing in the Splash Pad. The Splash Pad will be operational until Saturday, September 30.

 

Beach Volleyball Courts

There are two sand courts with full-size nets ready for Beach Volleyball fun at Paradise Park. Get your friends together and head to the courts for some friendly summer competition.

The Volleyball Courts are open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

  

Dog Parks

Paradise Park includes two fenced dog parks - one for small dogs and one for larger dogs. Each park includes large fenced, open spaces for dogs to run and play. There is even a water fountain that can be used by dogs and humans!

Owners must clean up after their dogs. All dogs must be kept on leash until inside the fenced area and leashed again before leaving the area. 

 

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