City Spray Parks Ready for Fun, Hot El Paso Sun
No need to sweat the hot El Paso days. The city’s spray parks will open for the season on Saturday, April 13.
Since opening just a couple of years ago, city spray parks have quickly become a destination place for family picnics and outings, and chances are there's a one near where you live.
There are a total of 8 scattered throughout El Paso, one in each of the City Reps Districts. So pack up some snacks, sunscreen and a few towels, have the kids throw on their swimsuits and swim diapers, and get to splashing.
City of El Paso
In addition to numerous water features, all city spray parks have a shaded area and picnic tables -- and best of all, they're all free to use and open to the public. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. April 13 through late October or early November, depending on the weather.
• West: Westside Community Park, 7400 High Ridge Dr.
• Upper Valley: Braden Aboud Memorial Park, 4325 River Bend Dr.
• Central: Grandview Park, 3100 Jefferson Ave
• Lower Valley: Hidden Valley Park, 200 Coconut Tree Dr.
• Lower Valley: Pavo Real Enhanced Park, 9301 Alameda Ave
• Northeast: Sue Young Park, 9730 Diana Dr.
• East: Marty Robbins Park, 11600 Vista Del Sol Dr.
• Far East: Salvador Rivas Jr. Park, 12480 Pebble Hills Dr.
San Jacinto Plaza
The historic downtown park also offers a respite from the heat, but on a smaller, less tricked out level. No water buckets and fountains here, just cooling water jets shooting randomly out of the ground. Free to use, and open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. April 13 through late October or early November.