School may be drawing near, but the summer heat is still in full swing. If you’re searching for a place to cool off and enjoy the rest of summer near your Tampa home, then look no farther than the WaterPlay sprayground at Zephyr Park. Located at the 34-acre Zephyr Park in downtown Zephyrhills, WaterPlay is a fun way for you and your kids to cool off this summer. The 7,000 square foot sprayground features everything you need to beat the heat including fountain jets, falling buckets of water, arches that shoot water and soaker cannons. But, the sprayground isn’t the only thing to love at Zephyr Park. Other park amenities include five lighted tennis courts, handball courts, fishing, picnic pavilions with tables, grills, horseshoe pits, playground equipment and a lakeside fitness path. Or, if you’re just looking for a place to relax and enjoy that book you’ve been trying to finish all summer, then seek the shade of the park’s many oak trees for a peaceful afternoon. The park is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. And, the best part is, admission is absolutely FREE! For more information about the WaterPlay sprayground at Zephyr Park, visit the website. Want to be close to attractions like Zephyr Park all year long? Then, contact Highland Homes for a tour of our wonderful new home communities in the Tampa and Zephyrhills areas. We’re a Tampa home builder with more than a decade of experience in helping buyers find the homes of their dreams. Plus, with many new home choices starting in the low-$100,000s and our $99 Moves You In offer, you can achieve the dream of homeownership for less than you ever thought possible. For more information about Highland Homes and our communities near Zephyr Park, visit our website.
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