WASHINGTON (7News) — As District residents experience summer-like temperatures, Mayor Muriel Bowser and the DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) announced last week that select spray parks will open early on Monday
Starting Monday, May 15, the following select spray parks will be open daily from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.:
The rest of DPR’s spray parks will open on May 27.
“With temperatures starting to heat up, we’re excited to announce that the District’s spray parks will open early this year for residents to stay active, have fun, and stay cool,” said Bowser. “We are committed to providing ways, especially for our young people, to enjoy the best of DC by providing resources and programming that helps keeps them safe and engaged. Summer is just around the corner, and we hope families will take advantage of all the great summer programming available at our recreation centers, our schools, and through our community-based organizations.”
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Bowser is also annoyed that registration for DPR’s 2023 summer programming will begin next Tuesday for aquatics programs and Wednesday for all other programs.
DPR programs available for registration include:
For more information on the programs, go here.