New water park in Mérida was saturated by Yucatecan families at its opening

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The Splash Pad park, in the Juan Pablo II neighborhood, in Mérida, has received more than 300 families in its facilities who seek to cool off during the Easter holidays.

Yucatecan families did not miss the opportunity to enjoy the new Splash Pad Park on its second day of opening, registering up to 300 families per day who arrived to escape from the high temperatures in the Juan Pablo II neighborhood, Merida.

From 11:00 am a large number of visitors enter the recreation center. The administrators of the place report at least 200 admissions a day, different points of the capital and even outside the state.

The spa receptionist said that families have arrived from Kanasín, Ciudad Caucel, Francisco de Montejo, Ixmatkuil, San Lorenzo, Tixcacal Opichén, and even from cities outside the state such as Chetumal and Campeche, among other points outside and within the state.

When attending, families must register a holder to write their contact information for any incident, in the place, hygiene measures are maintained at all times, such as the use of antibacterial gel.

Mr. Carlos Catzin, who arrived with his wife and daughter, commented that his whole family is happy with the arrival of this park in their neighborhood: “We are very happy to have this option. My daughter saw it on Facebook, and she was very excited, so here we are.”

Mrs. Lourdes went with her daughters and grandchildren, she said that the children are delighted to spend a hot day in this water park”, he exclaimed.

Food is not allowed on the premises and all minors must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.

On Sunday, the number of visits also exceeded 300 families, demonstrating the acceptance of the Yucatecan population for this type of recreational park.

The Yucatan Times
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