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Saginaw’s Frank N. Andersen Celebration Park Ready for Summer Fun
Saginaw’s Frank N. Andersen Celebration Park is ready for Summer Fun. Celebration Park, located at Celebration Square, 1830 Fordney Street, is a place where the entire family can spend time together and enjoy the outdoors. Due to construction, please follow posted detour signs for entrance to Celebration Park this summer.
Celebration Park features multiple play areas in addition to the water Splash Park with lots of fun for the young and young-at-heart. Skateboarders will enjoy the premier Skate Park! The Skate Park was designed by skate boarders, for skate boarders. The City of Saginaw is pleased to announce the seasonal opening of the Splash Park on Saturday, May 25, 2013. In addition to the water activities, the Park also includes ¼ mile of sidewalks and paths for those who love to walk. The boardwalk provides welcoming benches for those who just want to relax by the shore of Lake Linton.
The Skate Park is currently open and the Splash Park will open Saturday, May 25th. Parks are open daily from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. Proper swim attire is required for the splash pad and swim shoes are suggested. Come to the City of Saginaw and enjoy your summer at both the Splash and Skate Parks. Best of all, admission is FREE!
Debbie Buck, Public Information Office, commented on the Splash Park appeal to all age groups. “There’s Discovery Bay for toddlers and infants with misters and little fountains for tots; Adventure Bay for young children with Palm Tree fountains, dumping buckets, and Dragon Gushers; and Action Bay for the older children with Ground Geysers and Spray Cannons.”
Bring the family, get wet at the Splash Park, have a picnic or walk along Lake Linton. No matter what you and your family enjoy, The Frank N. Andersen Celebration Park has something for everyone. This park is an action-packed, fun-filled place to enjoy the summer.
For more information on Parks and Recreation activities, contact MaryAnn Garrett, Parks and Facilities Foreman at 989 759-2191.
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