Another option is available for kids to cool off this summer.
The Lions Park outdoor wading pool is now open for kids looking to beat the heat during those hot summer days.
"It's is a wonderful thing to be able to bring your kids and they can play independently while you sit there and watch them," said parent Jennifer Hoyer.
Kids under the age of eight, can enjoy the pool for free from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
"You don't have to worry if you have money or not," said parent Joanne Norton. "It's perfect."
The pool is downtown Fort Sask on 104 Street. It's open through July and August.

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