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Splash Park Will be 'Cedar Point of Chesterfield'

Construction began Monday on the extensive splash park inside Brandenburg in Chesterfield Township.

The Chesterfield Township splash park will not disappoint, Supervisor Michael Lovelock said Tuesday.

With a total of 16 fountains for kids to play in, the splash park will be the "Cedar Point of Chesterfield," Lovelock said.

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"Most communities have between four and eight or nine fountains," he said, adding the township splash park will stretch 3,500 square feet inside .

Construction began Monday on the park . It is made possible by a .

Christy Arboscello (Editor) July 18, 2012 at 06:18 PM
Do you plan on taking your kids to the splash park in Chesterfield?
Monica July 19, 2012 at 02:25 AM
Yes! I cannot wait! I am certain we will be there often ;)
Christine Azar July 19, 2012 at 01:53 PM
I hope this splash park is for residents only.and it will continue to be that you must be a resident and pay for a year pass for 10.00 with a discount for seniors
Christine Azar July 19, 2012 at 01:58 PM
I hope this splash park will be for. Chesterfield/new baltimore residents.and also that residents must still buy their. Yearly park pass for $10.00and a discount for seniors as I'm sure not to many seniors will use the splash park.but it will be great for resident kids.
Beth Hughes July 24, 2012 at 02:50 PM
@ Christine Azar - I live in Richmond and grew up in Chesterfield. My family has had our family reunions at Brandenburg park for 30+ years, maybe more. Not one of us still reside in Chesterfield. Non-residents fish off the pier, dock their boats, have picnics, play on the playground, etc. What difference does it make if the splash park is only open to residents?
Debbie August 22, 2012 at 02:52 AM
If it is open to the general public and not for residents only it will most definitely be overcrowded. In my experience other splash parks/pools in other cities are for residents only so why should this be different? I'm hoping very much that it is for residents only!
A.M August 22, 2012 at 04:38 AM
Richmond has a Community pool that is open to residents and non residents. Non residents pay a slightly higher entrance fee. I believe that the Splash Park should be the same way.
Beth Hughes August 22, 2012 at 11:06 AM
In addition, Richmond has a capacity to keep it from becoming overcrowded, just like many other communities.

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