MANDAN PARK DISTRICT CONTINUES TO PLAN PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES DESPITE COVID-19May 19, 2020
Mandan Parks and Recreation
(701) 751-6161 / firstname.lastname@example.org
MANDAN, N.D. – Following Governor Burgum’s announcement on Friday, May 15, the Mandan Park District has announced their facility open dates along with updated summer program start dates. To determine the best course of action, Mandan Park District will follow the CDC large gathering recommendations.
Raging Rivers Waterpark season will begin on May 29. The waterpark will be open daily from 12pm-7pm, weather permitting. To prepare for the season, Raging River’s season passes are available for purchase by calling Raging Rivers at 701-663-3393. Passes can be redeemed at the Mandan Park District office at 2600 46th Ave. SE, Mandan, starting May 26 from 12pm-7pm. Raging Rivers will be operating at 50% capacity until given different direction from Governor Burgum. Raging Rivers Waterpark staff have extra cleaning precautions in place in order to provide patrons with a clean and safe environment. Patrons are still encouraged to bring sanitary wipes for their own personal use.
Mandan’s Prairie West Golf Course, Municipal Golf Course, open fields, parks, playgrounds and outdoor shelters are currently open and available to the public. The Mandan Park District Administration Office will reopen to the public on May 26, the Starion Sports Complex on June 15 and the Aquatic Center on July 6. Watch for other facility reopen dates on Mandan Park District’s website at www.mandanparks.com.
Summer programs will begin on May 26 with the Evening Baseball Program, Adult Sand Volleyball on May 27, Summer MAC and Pee Wee Baseball on June 1, Dayball, Track & Field and Tennis Lessons & League on June 8. The Mandan Park District Recreation Department has protocols in place in order to provide your child a recreation opportunity in a safe environment. Registration for Dayball, Track & Field and Tennis Lessons & League is still available until May 21, late fees are applied on Friday, May 22. To register, visit www.mandanparks.com. Due to the programs offered in an indoor facility with limited space, Summer Session 1 & 2 Swim Lessons and Adventure in Art Session 1 are cancelled. Mandan Park District still plans to offer Art Session 2 starting July 14 and Summer Session 3 & 4 Swim Lessons starting July 6.
Full refunds will be made if we are unable to offer the programs or if the child is unable to make it to the programs due to an illness. Mandan Park District is trying to be as transparent as possible and as information becomes available we may have to adjust accordingly. If you have any questions please feel free to contact our office directly at 701-751-6161.
For more information regarding large gathering protocols please refer to the following link https://ndresponse.gov/covid-19-resources/covid-19-business-and-employer-resources/nd-smart-restart/nd-smart-restart-protocols/large-gatherings