Clear Lake, Iowa Completed June 2020 5,252 sq. ft. of water surface area Clear Lake aimed to replace an aging spray ground as part of their City Beach enhancement project. Waters Edge worked with the City and Architect to develop a plan, which included a variety of new water features, a creatively stained […]
Located in Fort Dodge, Iowa 2009 Dream Design Award The City of Fort Dodge previously operated a failing pool at Oleson Park. As an element of a park master plan, the City replaced the pool with a low maintenance and non-staffed spray ground, while utilizing the existing filter building to control costs. The design of […]
Located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma The City’s goal was to replace the existing shallow pool with some type of water recreation that did not require a full time staff. Waters Edge planned a spray ground that turns on when a button is pushed on one of the features and it is set on a timer that turns itself off by the […]
Located in Kansas City, Missouri Aquatic Features Water spray ground connected with a dry playground area 12 individual spray features Safety padding beneath play equipment Large playground structure with three slides, two towers, a bridge and four climbers 5 benches
Located in Great Bend, Kansas The City of Great Bend wanted to enhance their existing outdoor pool to increase attendance and provide an area attraction. In response to the City’s goals, the showpiece of the spray ground design was an immense interactive water play structure, equipped with many slides and spray features, adjacent to a […]
Located in Hutchinson, Kansas The spray ground in Hutchinson is located at the Kansas State Fairgrounds and replaced an existing outdoor municipal swimming pool. Several above ground and flush-mounted sprays were configured to provide a pleasing attraction that required minimal staffing. Unique to this project, the City provided the manpower on a large portion of […]
Located in Clinton, Iowa The City wanted to incorporate a river themed spray ground in the improvements to the City aquatic center. Waters Edge created a concept for a lighthouse water feature that dumps 30 gallons of water. The unique spray ground feature lights up, makes sounds and has multiple water sprays.