WHERE CAN I STAY COOL?

Check out Fayetteville's Splash Pads!
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Check out Fayetteville’s Splash Pads! ————————————————–>

Staying cool is the name of the game these days!

Have some fun with the kids, some friends, for free!

 

Weekdays, Saturdays 10a – 8p and Sundays 2-8p through September 1st!

  • Kiwanis Recreation Center, 352 Devers St. near FTCC;
  • Massey Hill Recreation Center, 1612 Camden Road
  • Myers Recreation Center, 1018 Rochester Drive s.

The pad at J.S. Spivey Recreation Center is closed for repairs and will re-open once completed.

"That sounds like fun, but I want to SWIM! Where can I go?"
“That sounds like fun, but I want to SWIM! Where can I go?”

FAYETTEVILLE CITY POOLS:

  • Chalmers Pool, is adjacent to the Smith Recreation Center on Langdon Street ( across from FSU)
  • Keith A. Bates Sr. Pool – College Lakes Recreation Center 4945 Rosehill Road
  • Westover Aquatic Center  267 Bonanza Drive

Pools are open Tuesday – Sunday 8:30a – 6p. For city residents entry is $1 for children 12 & under, $2 for ages 13 and up.

For non residents, $2 for 12 and under, $4 for 13 and up.

 

There are also other options:

Fantasy Lake Water Park

Lake Pines Swim Club 

Waldo’s Beach

Hope Mills Lake

 

 

 

 

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