Friday, July 29, 2016

Bayshore Town Center's Splash Pad

Still on a quest to stay cool this week, we stopped at Bayshore Town Center for some wet fun. In past years, the JCC had a towel cart but it was not there when we visited.  Bring your own towels.  There's a public restroom in the corridor between the Vera Bradley and Devon Seafood for changing into bathing suits.
The Splash Pad has rhythms that alternate the sprays
The convenience of having food and cold drinks at the fountain/splash pad is wonderful.  Adults can read a book or relax while kids play. You won't need to bring food. Most of the restaurants do take-out.
Bring your own towels

Lunch is delicious and right there
If you enjoy music, Thursday is the day to be there when there's live music by local bands.  Check the events calendar for the schedule.

Milwaukee county has splash pads and wading pools too, though they are only for kids 12 and under.  Check this list to find the nearest one to your home. Most are free.
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