Providence reopening water parks, during extreme heat

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE)- Providence will be reopening its water parks during the extreme heat, Mayor Jorge Elorza announced on Monday.

The parks will be open from Monday until Wednesday, from 12-7 p.m.

The following water parks will be open to the public:

  • Al Carrington Water Park at Richardson Park, 64 Richardson Street
  • Billy Taylor Water Park, 124 Camp Street
  • Sackett Street Water Park, 110 Sackett Street
  • Harriet & Sayles Water Park, 375 Sayles Street
  • General Street Water Park, 11 West Drive
  • George West Water Park, 1266 Chalkstone Ave
  • Fargnoli Water Park, 945 Smith Street
  • Fox Point Water Park – at Cabral Park, 505 Wickenden Street
  • Neutaconkanut Recreation Center Water Park, 675 Plainfield Street
  • Wallace Street Park, 1 Wallace Street
  • Pastore Park, Corner of Knight Street and Tell Street
  • Joslin Recreation Center, 17 Hyatt Street, Providence, RI 02909
  • Chad Brown Water Park, Chad Brown Street, Providence, RI

Click here to see the full list of cooling centers in Providence.



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