Splash Park now open at Teravista’s Rabbit Hill Park
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
With its giant Ter-antula spider blasting webs of water, the Splash Park is now open at Rabbit Hill Park, a new 12-acre park in Teravista.
The towering spider spins its watery web over a 2,000-square-foot area, providing plenty of room for visitors of all ages to engage in a colossal battle against this eight-legged arachnid. Another 850-square-foot area offers a calmer oasis, with a dragonfly mural and flowering water features.
The Splash Park is also environmentally friendly, with low flow heads and recirculating pumps to keep the water quality high, and to minimize water loss. The Splash Park is located at the highest point of Rabbit Hill Park, providing great views of this scenic area.
The Splash Park is the final area to open at Rabbit Hill Park, which has been described as “four parks in one.” It also includes Explorer Park, featuring the eye-catching Explorer Dome, a 12-foot array of webs that invite children and adults alike to embark on adventures. There’s also a fun Fossil Dig area for budding paleontologists.
Overlooking a pond, the Contemplative Trailhead has plants designed to attract butterflies, hummingbirds and dragonflies. It connects to a 1/3-mile fitness loop with three strength-training stations.
The Splash Park is one of four fun water amenities that Teravista residents can now enjoy. The Teravista Residents’ Club has a big lap pool combined with a smaller freeform pool. The Club at Wildflower Park also combines lap lanes with freeform fun and colorful water features. The Retreat at Teravista offers a relaxing pool with a cozy firepit and picnic area.
Learn more about Teravista’s amenities, which include an award-winning golf course, a waterfront park where you can walk through the wildflowers and play pickleball, two fitness centers, miles of trails and much more.
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