MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minneapolis Park and Recreation board will open their wading pools for the season on Saturday, June 7.

The city will open the following pools on Saturday:

Audubon – 1320 29th Ave. NE
Beltrami – 1111 Summer St. NE
Bossen Field – 5601 28th Ave. S
Brackett – 2728 39th Ave. S
Bryant Square – 3101 Bryant Ave. S
Bryn Mawr – 601 Morgan Ave. S
Corcoran – 3334 20th Ave. S
Dickman – 636 2nd St. NE
East Phillips Park Cultural and Community Center – 2307 17th Ave. S
Elliot – N 1000 14th St. E
Folwell – 1615 Dowling Ave.
Franklin Steele Square – 1600 Portland Ave. S
Hi-View – 3474 2nd St. NE
Jim Lupient Water Park – 1520 Johnson St. NE
Lake Hiawatha – 2701 E. 44th St.
Linden Hills – 3100 43rd St.
Logan – 690 13th Ave. NE
Longfellow – 3435 36th Ave. S
Loring – 1382 Willow St.
Marshall Terrace – 2740 Marshall St. NE
McRae – 906 47th St. E
Mueller – 2509 Colfax Ave. S
North Commons – 1801 James Ave. N
North Commons Water Park – 1701 Golden Valley Rd.
North Mississippi – 5114 North Mississippi Dr.
Pearl – 414 Diamond Lake Rd. E
Phelps – 701 39th St. E
Powderhorn – 3400 15th Ave. S
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr – 4055 Nicollet Ave. S
Riverside – 2700 8th St. S
Shingle Creek – 2010 50th Ave. N
Sibley – 1900 40th St. E
Van Cleve – 901 15th Ave. SE
Wabun (Minnehaha) – 4655 46th Ave. S
Webber – Closed for Webber Park construction

There are 65 wading pools across the city.

The city will open the pools the day after Minneapolis Public Schools release students for the summer.

Wading pools will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. with no lifeguard on duty.

Wading pools will close on Aug. 25, the day after Minneapolis Public School students begin the 2014 – 2015 school year.

Minneapolis beaches will be open the following week, on Saturday June 14.

All beaches will be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Lifeguards will be on duty from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.  June 14 through Aug. 25.  at East Cedar, Lake Calhoun Thomas, Lake Harriet North, Lake Nokomis Main and Theodore Wirth Lake beaches.

For updates on wading pools repair status, visit the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board online.


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