Kids play in one of the nine water-spraying features at the "sprayground" at Hurricane City Park. The "sprayground" opened for the year on Saturday.
Tonya Gilbert of Hurricane holds her 1-year old son Madden over spraying water at the "sprayground" at Hurricane City Park on Saturday.
Kids splash through spraying water at Hurricane City Park on Saturday.
Buckets fill up with water and then drench the kids below at the Hurricane City Park "sprayground."
Kids play at the "sprayground" in Hurricane, which opened for 2013 on Saturday.
HURRICANE, W.Va. -- They call it a "sprayground" and it just opened for 2013 at Hurricane City Park, a short distance across W.Va. 34 from Waves of Fun at Valley Park.The 2000-square-foot facility features nine fixtures that spray water on a concrete pad, but not in a pool setting, so little standing water remains.
The sprayground is designed for children 14 and under. The project cost approximately $200,000 and was funded almost entirely by donations.