Update: After a morning of repairs, the park is now operational again. As always, thank you so much for your patience!
We are currently testing the equipment to ensure it’s all in working order for our opening alongside the other Calgary water parks in mid June. We do anticipate the park to run this year, and we’re hopeful for minimal disruptions.
Tonight we will be holding the annual Somerset AGM at Cardel Place. Please join us if you can to discuss the events of the year, where we are with the waterpark restoration project, and find out how you can help out.
Unfortunately our pumps have malfunctioned and are in the process of being inspected. The park will remain closed until we can determine how bad the damage is. We’re very sorry for this inconvenience.
Maintenance is now complete and the park is open for the season. We sincerely thank you for your patience.
Late last week we discovered a larger-than-usual pool of water accumulating on the south side of the maintenance shed. In the past this occasional pool of water was attributed to irrigation, but as irrigation hasn’t been turned on this year, it was determined the pipe sending water to the pool is the likely culprit.
Unfortunately we won’t be able to open until next week. Our maintenance crew wasn’t able to secure an inspection of the park until today, and we still need to get a water safety test done which we can’t get back until Monday at the earliest.
Our contractors are hard at work to ensure we can open for June 11th. We understand Google has made an excellent (but sadly incorrect) guess about our hours of operation. We are working to resolve the error. Our apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Last week the site experienced a security concern and as a result it has been rebuilt from the ground up. The majority of changes will be on the backend, but we have streamlined the fee payment process, so it should be much easier to use. We thank you for your...
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