WASHINGTON — While temperatures continue to stay close to triple digits, DC Parks and Recreation has announced that 18 spray parks in the District will stay open for longer than originally planned.
The extra days come the same year DC Parks and Rec opened 12 of the spray parks earlier than previous years.
18 SPRAY PARKS have been EXTENDED until 9/21!
Park at LeDroit
Marvin Gaye Park at Division Avenue
Marvin Gaye Rec pic.twitter.com/qHQWnVKmB5
— DC Parks &Rec #WhereFunHappens Safely (@DCDPR) September 4, 2023
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