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Worst possible place. Makes little sense
Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad
Worst place ever! Unsafe and will be covered with goose crap for the
kids to play in!!
Leave the North Shore Park alone! Does every square inch of the
shoreline have to be "improved or developed"? People come here for what
we already have.
North Shore park is a treasure that needs to be preserved as it is.
Its just the location that I don't agree with. Put one in Port Elgin,
just not at North Shore Park!
Not enough room for parking. Unsafe for children
Also don't agree with one for Southampton. Better uses for our charity
$'s especially considering pads will only be used for 2 months each
year. Also town should have better uses for our tax dollars.
THERE ARE OTHER LOCATIONS MORE SUITABLE.TOO MANY NEGATIVE FACTORS AT
NORTHSHORE PARK LOCATION.
The North Shore Park is no place for a splash pad. It is a well known
natural park and people enjoy it as it is. Locating it this close to the
main beach is not at all reasonable. A location in the upper town area
would be much better. Acctually I don't think the town should be
responsible for it being that it is only usable for a few months a year.
A new pool would be far more usable.
I don't think North Shore Park is the place for the Splash Pad. I resent
the comments made by Neil Menage regarding the splash pad. When did it
become okay for a councilor to start name calling? I thought they were
elected to represent the people.
Inland location of splash pad would be utilized more months of the year.
Preservation of North Shore Park as is would be beneficial for all who
use it now as a peaceful location to enjoy the lake front.
Not against spash pad.but very against location.looking for accident to
Splash pad maybe, North Shore Park absolutely not.
Ridiculous place to put it.
Great idea, wrong location. Plenty of other locations (parks, ballparks,
skateboard park etc.) Council please admit your mistake and correct it.
splash pad should be built uptown in a park where the kids are ,not down
by the cold windy lake.
Yes,but,I look forward to a public meeting where both sides are
represented along with pros and cons of what alternatives had been
considered and maps of these locations. This should be published in
advance so residents can review the material and come to the meeting
with valid questions.
DON'T BE CUTTING TRESS DOWN THAT'S BEEN THERE FOR A HUNDRED YRS. There's
no place like North Shore Park. What a stupid idea.
Who is going to clean up the messes left behind from the geese several
times a day to make it a clean safe space for children? At what cost?
What about parking? Mess from the trees? Makes no sense. Any location
The splash pad in Port Elgin is neede but not at the proposed location.
Absolutely no. We come from Southampton and we go there often to enjoy
the view from the park. We watch many people - biking, walking and
enjoying the scenery. It would be better to have it away from the beach
and near the complex.
Who chose this location? It is unsafe due to road, train and destroys a
beloved park.Why no public consultation? Ménage slanders people asking
for answers when no info. was given to public. No Council should
function this way.
Leave the Northshore park alone . It's beautiful
Need to leave natural areas still there
Lack of parking, colder by the lake, water feature by a natural water
feature, destruction of lovely peaceful wooded area. Lunacy.
IN fact, I don't agree with it at all because it will be another budget
item that is not required of the town. Remember, we all don't work at
put it beside the new police station another no brain idea this council
bad location, like opening a coffee time next to a tim hortons
Not the right place, not beside the lake and destroy a beautiful park
There has to be a better location where it would cause less disruption
Anywhere else would be better!
Why destroy a beautiful area used by many as a quiet peaceful retreat
looking over the water.
Wrong area with the lake right there
You don't put a pool on the Lake Huron shore/beach. You put it where
there is no beach nearby.
I like quietude there now.
poor location choice
Need to find an alternate location and preserve park's natural beauty.
Most certainly build the splash pad but in an area away from the winds
and cooler temperatures of the lake.
not enough parking, blind curve, keep that part of the park treed and
We are losing enough park space already
Too close to a very busy road, poor parking, and it is a cooler location
then if it was away from the lake, which means it will be used less
the geese will love it and foul the water
It will spoil the character of the area.
I like the idea of a splash pad but NOT in that park. Parking issues,
traffic concerns, changing the current use of park as a quiet place to
sit and picnic,all concern me. And Neil -these are my concerns as a
resident of SS, not a neighbour to the park! I suggest Cameron Park,
Robertson Soccer Field, or behind the Police Station as better
There is a better location in the park just East of the proposed
location. do not spoil the nature enclosed in this small park
I have no problem with a splash pad just not located in Northshore park.
I am sure a better place could be selected, EG Nodwell Park at the top
of the Market Street hill..
Not an appropriate location in many ways.
Must be left as is, the only natural shoreline Park we have in town
It makes no sense to put a splash pad near the beach. There are many
other more suitable locations in town. ie: Peirson Park, next to the
Plex, to name a couple.
The fact that some young ladies wanted to offer our community a new
venture (splash pad) has somehow been forgotten and criticized. The real
culprit here is the town's administration who remain clueless as to what
an appropriate location should be. Perhaps if this same administration
was offering any kid's/teenager's activities at the Beach, this fiasco
would not be happening.
There are places in town that make more sense than Northshore Park.
Get it out of the park. we need all the green space we can get. Menage
should be made to apologize to voters forhis comments. what kind of
bullying goes on behind closed doors in Council if he so publicly
Not enough parking. Will spoil northshore park
It would take away the peacefulness of the park, also I am totally
against any trees coming down. Also the lake is right there, why do they
need one we were so happy to splash in the lake
Too bad there is no access to a large body of fresh water close by...oh
Needs to be either the ball park neaqr the high school or some other
A splash pad near the beach what an idiotic idea. Put it on the east
side of the town where kids live who can't get to the beach, try using
your head for a change.
Good idea, wrong location.
love to have splash pad for the kids - but in the main beach area or the
open field near the proposed location - leave the treed parkland alone.
The park needs to stay a park.. And the proposal is to close to the lake
which is the water for everyone
one of the most ill conceived proposals ever brought before council and
yet considered by council. Shake your head.
Any park but Northshore. I feel for the committee that has worked
tirelessly and I commend their efforts. Thank you I look forward to a
splash pad in PE. I use the tranquil park almost daily in the spring,
summer, fall both with my young child and on my own. It's a quiet escape
in our own town. I would be sad to see that unique land disturbed.
It will destroy a wonderful park. There is not enough parking. The many
many geese will be a major problem.
We have a councillor whom has a degree in municipal planning; where is
that input? Why should anyone have to protest to this stupid location!
not by the beach. Put it up by Eastwood Park or some place like that
The proposed location is wrong. North Shore Park should be preserved and
protected. Why isnt't the splash pad proposed for Jubilee Park in
Southampton not sufficient?
The location is wrong. North Shore Park should be preserved and
protected. Do we need two splash pads in our town? Is proposed splash
pad at Jubilee Park not sufficient?
Seems like catering to the tourists, when we could use some rec services
in neighbourhoods. A lovely quiet spot for picnics would be compromised.
I feel the park is a treasure to Saugeen Shores and should be left
alone. Isn't one splash pad enough? Southampton has the perfect location
for it. How much more can we afford our taxes to increase with these
Absolutely Not. The entire beach area is the wrong location.
It is the most ridiculous choice. A splash pad is a fine idea, but put
closer to town, near hotter areas, well traveled areas, near shopping
areas, not near a natural environment with peaceful, quiet natural
views. Consider Cameron park, or the park at the top of Market St.
They should locate the splash pad in the south end of Port Elgin behind
the Super 8 Motel. The existing adult park is almost never used and a
splash pad would probably draw people in. There is lots of land and all
that is needed is a parking lot.
A splash pad there would spoil the tranquility of the park.
its just a bad spot. not close enough to the beach area. it will be
mostly shaded by the trees in the park and will much harder to keep
clean of leaves and what not
Why do you need it so close to a huge beautiful lake? Why disturb a
beautiful old park and lovely old trees. Would make area a night mare
for traffic and parking.
the location is already congested ...no parking ...
The splash pad in Port Elgin is simply not needed as the Rotary is
putting one in at a more suitable spot in Southampton. Planning to place
a splash pad in the North Shore Park says to me that council can't make
a common sense decision. We live beside the 2nd largest great lake why
have the splash pad?? They are basically saying that the beach is not
suitable for families.
Lots of better places for it.... if the town thinks putting a water pad
on a beach is a good idea, then put it where the tennis courts used to
be or on the site of the old pump house-- otherwise, move it uptown!
Keep the park, the park!
support the splash pad, but not there.
too close to the lake a lot warmer up town lived here for 38 years
why put it on the beach. there are days during the summer when the wind
is really blowing and no one goes down there. It should be placed around
the soccer fields or baseball diamonds, just like every other community.
The Town should not be responsible for "entertaining" the general
public. The cost does not substantiate something that will have minimum
usage and be shutdown/closed for the most part of the year.
North Shore Park needs to be preserved as intended. They have the lake
to splash in yards away. Anywhere else in town is acceptable.
Do not agree with the idea of a splash pad at all. Definitely not 2
splash pads. That being said, a location away from the beach would be
preferable and Rotary park makes the most sense. We are lucky to have a
lake that is very shallow in our town, why people think we need a splash
pad too, just doesn't make sense.
this is the location that the Town Council has chosen. We will have to
trust that the Town will keep in maintained and safe. If every decision
made by the Town is going to be questioned and overturned, it is not a
good precedent to set
Why would you change the natural environment of North Shore Park and the
area? Why would you have a splash pad so close to our beautiful beaches
and Lafe Huron? Just doesn't make sense!!!
Insufficient parking, added congestion,cooler temperature by the lake,
disruption of natural parkland space.
I don't agree with the proposed location of the Splash Pad in North
Shore Park. In fact, I don't agree with any splash pad at all. I rather
we see the money go towards an outdoor community pool with a wading pool
and spray splash. The pool gets to be used by all ages.
There are so many open spaces in Port Elgin, why put something so
awesome in a cedar filled shaded park where it is almost windy every
day. Location is the key to make anything a success.
Leave a natural park alone!
This is a 110 year old historic park. A one of a kind treed refuge. A
sanctuary for those seeking a quite peaceful setting. Besides there are
obvious safety, maintenance and parking issues with this proposed
location. Definitely the wrong location in PE to put a splash pad!
No... I don't agree with destroying a one of a kind park that could
never be replaced with a seagull bird bath. I am also not a 'bogus'
opponent to the splash pad...I have lived in Port Elgin for over 30
I think a location away from the lake is best....it is also pretty close
to the road there and the trees are beautiful there as they are.
Geese cause huge problem,will contaminate it.Walking around harbour to
get there, children will have poop on their shoes. Most obvious is the
already busy road/blind curve,traffic
please keep North Shore Park the way it is. A calm quiet space for
solitude and thought
Not very accessible for people without transportation..the park should
remain as it is..
It should be located away from the lake in a location accessible by any
walking from new sub divisions.
Locate it away from the beach
NO! NO! and NO!!!!
Yes, If it set in amongst the trees, I love it. It would also be great
to allow it to be all seasons, indoors (surrounded by glass to
appreciate the views, at North Shore park. So residents of Port Elgin
can enjoy this, not just the tourists. Keep fundraising to make this
happen please! :)
Agree 100% with a splash pad, it just needs to be relocated uptown.
Skatepark, Nodwell, Soccer pitch area,
there are other more suitable locations in the town that will not
compromise a heritage park.
Based on factual information presented by the town absolutely YES.
Relying on information contained solely In a online petition has just
proven not that useful has it ?
Anywhere else, I would support a splash park.
only beach front park - needs to be protected and preserved.
There is not enough parking at the Port Elgin beach now-what will it be
like if there is a splash pad? It should be away from the beach-an area
like Nodwell Park would be moe appropriate. That nature reserve should
stay as it was intended when gifted to Port Elgin.
Splash pad yes - but not at the beach or Northshore Park. Somewhere
central in town
cold breezes from lake cut the usage down if it was away from lake in
more protected spot you have a longer season
who is going to go there? Nobody will walk there. Put it where the
people will use it. Put it in Southampton.
The temperature is much cooler by the lake, the geese create a
sanitation issue, parking is already to condensed at the beach, and
finally, Northshore Park is tranquil and beautiful as is. Please find an
It is a busy area and there will be more congestion with more vehicles
and people adults and children moving around in that area
Can't be used in the shoulder season when it's cold at the lake but
warmer up town if it's at Northshore
There will be lots to do with the kids at the beach location, and the
shade will allow us to stay longer and get a break from the sun
Location is wrong. The park needs to stay as it is. There is not enough
parking. It's dangerous due to the blind corner. There will be more than
4 trees removed once they get in there. It's so much colder at the beach
than uptown. Too many geese. It should go up at Cameron Park. Please do.
Not put it at North Shore Park
Love the natural tranquility and peacefulness of the park as it is.
Leave north shore park alone! What about Nodwell park? Lots of space
No parking; hinder the existing land site; more maintenance work; safety
reasons during summer
Beautiful place for children to play!
Save the park trees, not enough parking, too close to another large
splash pad, better at top of hill where it is generally warmer, busy
traffic during summer. Suggesting, Nodwell park, Pierson Park or other.
It is a perfect location as it sounds like the natural park setting will
not be altered to fit the splash pad and the splash pad itself will be a
great feature for the local community and tourists alike.
Geese and cedars - make dirt and clog drains Busy road parking - boaters
pay a lot for dock and shouldn't have to fight for spots with splash pad
goers Closer to low income families Cooler at lake. Why would you need a
splash pad beside a natural splash pad. Southampton park is best
Splash pad idea is great..... But Not at North shore Park!
Parks are for kids too.
I do not oppose a splash pad. The location is just wrong..not enough
Put it away from beach; where it can be enjoyed even on the cold windy
days! It's always warmer on top of the hill!! Parents will allow More
babysitters to take small children if further from beach! ( give them
piece of mind knowing kids are not down by lake with sitter)
I feel it's important to preserve the natural beauty and serenity of the
park. It makes no sense to me to put the splash pad tgere when the lake
is so close. And I believe parking would be an issue. ..boater parking
would not be an appropriate parking area. Street parking is limited and
dangerous. Thanks! Joanne McDonald
Will ruin the peacefulness of park for picnickers and those enjoying
view if lake from benches
This survey doesn't work...its letting me vote over and over again
(Editor: If the voter will look at the survey
page, he or she will see that we toss out duplicate votes, but retain
It's a unique location nicely sheltered by trees. If anyone actually
became informed and looked at a map they would see it's a very small
footprint. there is never anybody even in the park. Why do people care
No parking, even more congestion at the Beach. It's too close to the
street. It's an accident waiting to happen. Please put it elsewhere
Why put a splash pad when the 5th largest splash pad in the world is
only 100 feet away? Makes absolutely no sense what so ever.
No I think the forested area at North Shore Park should not be used for
a splash pad, please find a better location.
Keep the natural area by the beach where there's already a lake. Up the
hill will attract people on days it's cooler by the lake and in a
sunnier location perhaps. I also feel like Saugeen Shores only needs 1
splash pad. Keep it a jubilee. There's so many other recreational
upgrades this town could use. And I have 2 young children.
I feel North shore park is a natural beauty currently. I feel a splash
pad would be better located else where.
Would love to be able to take my grand children to a splash pad in port
Elgin rather than having to drive to another town !!!
Helliwell soccer field in Southampton. Lots of room for other activities
away from the busy traffic and commotion
I'd prefer to see it located somewhere away from the water; and in a
more central location. Perhaps Participark, or even out by the Plex/skate
I think it will be great for port Elgin to have a splash pad! I know i
will be bringing my nieces and nephews there all the time! :) can't
wait! Thank you to the commitee for all their hard work!
Pierson soccer field
There is a perfectly good beach with a playground ten minutes away by
foot! North Shore park is a peaceful and quiet place to enjoy a walk! If
you want the children to play in the water take them to the beach!
I think it should be located at Biener Park. Lots of space to further
develop the park.
I think it should be away from the lake as it will be warmer for the
kids. I think with the current location parking will be an issue and
because the area is already so busy it could pose a risk to small
Stupid place to put it do close to the beach. Would take to much
matintance and cost to the tax payers. We pay too much now!
Not the right spot at all! There is an area,sitting unused, behind the
arena. Plenty of parking...
A splash pad by Lake Huron is ridiculous when we have a beautiful beach
and it is also not acceptable to ruin the beautiful park. People come to
Port Elgin because of our beautiful scenery at the lakefront don't
buoyant it with cement
Davey Park , central town location! Large open area away from the lake!
Most young families would just go to the beach if they had to go all the
way to the lake anyway. Save the natural park setting!
I don't want north shore park to be dug up and trees cut down. Splash
pad can go somewhere else where they don't have to destroy the beauty of
There is no reason to waste money on a water park at the beach. Place it
in town off the shoreline.
Nodwell park or Southampton ball diamonds
It does not belong in that park. That park is for the people to walk,
relax, bike and jog. It is for kids to play and learn about nature. It
is a beautiful park that should be preserved for its natural beauty. Put
the splash pad away from the beach at the plex or better yet don't put
one in port Elgin.
Lot's of space, will make better use of the park,great location.
Love love love the idea of the splash pad buy NOT at north Shore. It
needs to be closer to downtown above the hill where the temperature is a
bit warmer so you don't have the cool wind off the lake. I will not let
my kid play there if there is goose poop all around the park.
The area in the summer is already congested with traffic and would spoil
the atmosphere of the park
Cameron Park, Waterloo St. park, or if it must be at the lake where by
the pumping station at main beach is a better alternative to Northshore
Park. Personally I think it would be better in town out of the wind
Quiet green space must be preserved. Don't need a splash pad in both
Southampton and Port Elgin.
Too close to the lake. Will ruin the north shore park atmosphere.
I think it should be in a park away from lake, somewhere like Pierson or
It should go in an east side park not right beside the biggest splash
pad in Ontario it is always cool at the beach put it where it is hot so
kids can enjoy it
Reasons: Preservation, Safety, Parking availability. Other options: top
of CAW/Unifor near soccer fields, near Cameron park, near Pearson
Playground (behind Burgertrail)
How about the area behind the curling club. Old abandoned tennis courts
I agree if it is only a few trees removed. Otherwise move location thx
Splash pad by the lake is not necessary
A splash pad is a great idea but in a different location
Anywhere above the hill, Davey Park behind the Catholic Church would be
my #1 pick.
Anywhere is a better location. By the ymca childcare, by the plex, by
the school. Why do we need one in Southampton and one in Port Elgin -
why not just one in this municipality.
Because people who are down at that location have access to the beach.
The splash pad should be located in a more centralized area away from
Should be built with the new pool they need, indoors!
I think because we are Saugeen Shores,One splash pad should be made and
put it in Southampton beside the playground.Make it spectacular.If both
committies put there heads together,it could be the best splash pad
It should be away from the lake, opposite side of town,in a place where
children may not have access to the cool water on hot days.
It's too much of a natural setting for a slab of concrete. It is too
close to the lake.It will have a shorter season and will get less use
than if it were somewhere more sheltered.
The park should be left as natural as it is now. Change the splash pad
location to the east side of town. Maybe near the soccer field or ball
This spot is beautiful and peaceful, a splash pad will detract from that
and is not needed beside a beach. So many more suitable spots in town.
Davey Park or near the bmx track
The park area should be left alone. The lake is right there. The cost
for a small group to use is too much.
I want the green space left alone, there us not much green space with
trees down at that water front. We park there to run the shore and want
there to be parking. There is other space away from the lake for a
Proximity to beach activities for tourists and locals
I like Northshore Park the way it is. A splash pad is better near a
playground so the kids can cool down on a hot day.
North shore park is a Haven should not be disturbed. Perhaps a park away
from The lake eg. Nodwell .
we are all Saugeen Shores now so why do we need two. If they are going
ahead with it I think that location is the worst they could have chosen.
If I lived in that area I would not be happy. No parking and take away a
Too close to the water,cedar trees and geese. Other towns have splash
pads further away from lake because it is often cooler by the lake.
Why loose a park enjoyed by families seniors and kids for aplay spot for
Trees should not be cut down to install concrete, especially when
there's a huge natural splash pad right there. It should be placed in a
location closer to town where there is already open space.
too close to the beach and takes away from the history of north shore
When there are so many other, suitable locations i.e. Eric Eastwood Park
Anyone of the ball diamonds area But to put a splash pad at the beach is
Funny how no one complains about the location of the Southampton splash
pad...oh ya.. they picked the right spot for it... duh!!!
Put it somewhere central in town. The beach is too close and the
migratory geese are just going to use it as a bird bath down there.
The original location when we fund raised for Skatepark in Port Elgin
the proposed splash pad would be around that location. Why would we cut
down healthy trees for a concrete splash pad . Saugeen shores council
shame on you.
The park should be left in its natural state and it makes no sense to
have it right next to the lake. Why not put it where it will be
accessible to those who cannot get down to the beach?
Should be away from waterfront...Nodwell Park or close to the arena
would be better!
Let's not take away the green space. Let's not clutter up the already
busy beach area. Let's not attract anymore dirty bird stuff to the beach
area. Put the water park away from the water! Somewhere here you can
park a lot of cars cause it'll be busy with little ones. Let's hope your
budget can afford the constant cleaning and sterilization it's going to
need. Can you tell I'm not a fan of this?
There are many other areas in town with public washrooms or the option
to add them, parking and accessibility to provide an ideal location for
the splash pad; without having to remove trees.
There are so many areas in Port Elgin that are not yet developed and
need attention. Why would we want to disrupt such a beautiful, tranquil
setting that not only locals but tourists as well have enjoyed for many
many years. Biener Park on Highland Street is becoming an eyesore and
wasted space in my opinion. It's only use right now is extra parking
space for trailers, campers, cars, boats etc.
It's the only green area we have on the lake in Port Elgin. With the
wind and weather changes that occur freakently in this area the splash
pad use would be limited. Plus parking will be an issue .why does it
need to be near the beach? Place the pad on the East side of the Plex.
I think we need a splash pad in Port Elgin but not in North shore park.
Would be a great location and close to the beach.
Why have 2 mediocre splash pads in Saugeen Shores when we could have one
amazing one! Makes total sense. The North Shore Park is a dangerous
location. Bad traffic and poor parking. Jubilee Park in Southampton is
perfect. Let's put all our funds towards ONE FANTASTIC SPLASPAD.
Too disruptive of environment and parking is an issue too.
There is no parking! put it by the plex, not near the beach!
should be away from the beautiful lake that all ages use if there was a
splash pad i feel it would chase people away
Leave our green space alone...Northshore Park is a beautiful place as
is, move it away from the beach and leave the park alone!! One going in
Southampton ...we are one community , what is the need for 2??
Having 2 splash pads between port Elgin and Southampton seems redundant.
Having a splash pad at the beach also seems like a poor location. Keep
the green space green.
Yes I agree! Northshore Park needs rejuvenating! The proposed location
is in a clearing with approx. only 3 trees being removed and replaced
with 6 trees. It's a shame that not enough people know the exact
I don't agree with the location at all. There is absolutely no need for
a splash pad that close to the beach and it will take away from the
beauty of the lakefront. It would make so much more sense to put it at
the other side of town.
Green space should stay that way. We only have so much of it left.
Why put it close to a beach. Would be better off up town so there are
options to cool off. Down hill for beach, up town for splash pad!
I feel it should be closer to the main beach that where everyone comes
dressed for water play it would go hand in hand with the sandy beach for
the young swimmers to play safe with not fear of drowning. I think the
cedar trees would create a maintenance night mare.
There needs to be a better location. The wind off the lake will make it
cooler down at the suggested location.
There needs to be a better location. The wind off the beach will be cool
for those playing at the splash pad. Nodwell park would be a better
location for the splash pad. In the middle of the track.
No room for parking with boats & people coming in out of parking lot.
I think it should be in Southampton by the water tower
With the water foul that frequent the area it will be impossible to keep
the splash pad clean.
Original purpose for this land, I understood, was to leave a picturesque
No, there's a few other spots that would make more sense. Why so close
to where the beach is, other than the fact they could use those
bathrooms. Use Nodwelk park!
The loss of trees and a quiet, reflective area near the beach, away from
the crowded beach area would be a shame. If someone wants a peaceful
place to sit near the beach but not on the beach, it will be gone.
Changed my mind. Please toss out my original NO vote.
I think Pierson Park is a more viable option.
It makes sense to put the lovely splash pad by the Skate Park. Family
fun for all!
Put that money into a much needed swimming pool that can be used all
year long and by the entire community. A splash pad can only be used
barely two months of the year and by little children! Someone really
needs to think long and hard about this!!!
need to find a more environmentally friendly location. The lake is a
pretty big splash pad as it is. There are other locations available that
would be much more accessible
There are better locations for the splash pad. Traffic congestion.
Destroying the beautiful lakefront. Who will clean jo the goose poop?
How is this going to effect taxes in the town of Saugeen shores? Who is
going to look after the maintenance?
NSP is a unique space. Splash pad would fell trees and destroy the peace
of the park and those living nearby.
Nodwell park may be a better location for the splash pad. Please keep
the natural beauty of North shore park the way it is. Maybe fix the path
if you change anything.
Put it on one of the members of councils front lawn.
We already have a splash pad there it is called Lake Huron... and it is
Proposed site is ridiculous .. There is a splash pad in that area and
it's called ' LAKE HURON '
Why would you place a splash pad next to the beach? I feel it should be
located inland where the temperatures are even hotter.
Everyone who spends time at the harbour area knows geese love the area
as well. My kids will not enjoy the geese poop in the splash pad. and I
can't imagine how unheathly it would be for them to play in water with
geese poop. just my thoughts