Cool feature makes big splash

Dozens of kids play at Victoria's newest splash pad at Ethel Lee Tracy Park in 2018. 

Dozens of kids play in Victoria’s newest splash pad in Ethel Lee Tracy Park.

The city’s third aquatic playground officially opened Tuesday.

The cost of the park was largely paid for by donations from the Cloyde and Ethel Lee Tracy Foundations, the Marsha Shanklin Foundation, the H-E-B Tournament of Champions and the Victoria Sales Tax Development Corporation.

The city’s splash pads are open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily until Sept. 1.

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