Splash Pad at Sunway Soccer Complex in Twin Falls is Reopening
Splash-pad closure due to Maintenance and Repair
Recently, the splash pad at First Federal Bank Park underwent a temporary closure to address peeling issues. While the park itself remained open, the splash pad had to be closed for repairs. Thanks to the efforts of the repair crew, the splash pad has been restored and is now ready to provide enjoyment for children and families once more.
Splash Pad at Frist Federal Park is Reopening
Twin Falls Parks and Rec officially announced on their social media platforms, declaring that the splash pad is now open and fully operational. Residents and visitors can look forward to cooling off and having fun at First Federal Bank Park throughout 2023's 4th of July holiday.
The reopening of the splash pad is particularly exciting as it offers a safe and enjoyable way for families to beat the summer heat. With various water features, interactive elements, and a fun atmosphere, the splash pad provides a unique recreational experience for all ages.
Hours of Operation and Pro-Tips for Enjoying the Splash Pad at Frist Fed Park
The 3000-square-foot splash pad is free to all residents and visitors and is operational from dawn until dusk.
Only ADA service dogs are allowed on the splash pad. Dogs cause significant wear to the pad's surfaces and are otherwise not allowed in the splash area at the park.
Dogs in the park areas outside the splash pad must be on a leash at all times. Twin Falls City code mandates that all dogs be on a leash at all times in city limits.
No alcohol. Smoking and vaping are prohibited.