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Maple Street Park and Pool

  • 4.5

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Maple Street Park and Pool
75 Maple Street
Essex JunctionVT 05446
(802) 878-1375

Ages: 0 and up

Cost: Free - POOL: $4 youth | $6 Adult | $4 Sr. |SAVE: $2 off with proof of Village residency | Admission is free for season pass holders.

Parking: Yes

Features: Sprinklers/Water Play, Climbing Equipment, Slides, See Saws, Infant Swings, Shade, Benches, Picnic Area, Playground, Restrooms

MAPLE STREET PARK

A large park with lots of things to do. Tall shady trees and a pool make it even enjoyable on warm sunny days. Amenities include: 3 Baseball Fields, Basketball Courts, Climbing Structure, Essex Skate Park, Maple Street Pool, Maple Street Recreation Center, Playgrounds, 2 Tennis Courts and a few soccer/football fields.

MAPLE STREET PARK POOL

  • Zero Depth Entry wading pool with water spray features
  • Water Slide
  • 25m Lap Lanes
  • Diving Bay with 3m Board

 

POOL HOURS

Monday - Friday

  • 7:30am-12:05pm Lessons & Swim Team
  • 12:15-12:30pm Pass-holder entry
  • 12:30-5pm Public Swim
  • 5-6pm Family Swim
  • 6-8pm Public Swim
  • 8-9pm Pool Rentals

Saturday and Sunday

 

  • 9:15-10:55am Lessons/Rentals
  • 11-11:15am Pass-holder entry
  • 11:15am-5pm Public Swim
  • 5-6pm Family Swim
  • 6-8pm Public Swim
  • 8-9pm Pool Rentals 

 

 

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missmagpie

  • 5

Reviewed on 06/08/2010

When I think of the perfect park this is the one that comes to mind. Maple Street has it all! There is a very large shaded area with plenty of smaller play structures for young children like a single slide, a ground level climb-through tube, a lower play-system, a digger, a see-saw, and toddler swings. Also in the shade there is a very large climbing dome for older kids.

Taking center stage in the sunshine, there is a much larger playground with a rock wall, bridge and twirly slide. This is adjacent to the large covered picnic area. Nearby is a concession stand as well. In the far corner, there is a large skate park with a quarter pipe, funbox, rails and boxes. It is free to use.

For sports enthusiasts there are baseball, soccer, and football fields, as well as two tennis courts and basketball courts. There is a 3rd smaller play structure down by one of the fields in the event that one kid is there for a game and some of your other children are just there to "watch".

In the summer months the pool is open. You can get a season pass or just pop in for the day. One side of the pool is super shallow so little kids can just wade in and play in the water. On the other side they offer swim lessons.



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momofkk

  • 5

Reviewed on 06/18/2014

My girls love this pool! It is always very clean and it's one of the few places kids can use a diving board! The lifeguards are very attentive- which all moms will be thankful for!!

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katiebug_1530

  • 4

Reviewed on 08/21/2013

The pool is very nice however every time i have gone it was way over crowded. The kids didn't mind of course but it made me uncomfortable. The park however is wonderful we really loved it.

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lini15237

  • 5

Reviewed on 08/19/2013

We love Maple street park and pool.. The playgrounds are so well kept and the pool is clean. Friendly staff and a great place to spend an afternoon..

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rebowman

  • 5

Reviewed on 01/24/2013

This is a wonderful park. Great activities for the kids and the pool is wonderful too.

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happyhealthymama

  • 5

Reviewed on 08/29/2012

We had Soooo much fun here! My 4 year old rode her bike around the mt. bike area. My 2 year old loved the smallest slide & swing. And we all had a blast at the wading pool and slide area (which was $14.00 for the 3 of us). There were larger climbing areas, slides and playgrounds for older kids. We snacked at one of the many picnic tables (which were covered!), bought hot dogs and juices at the snack bar and then watched the "big" kids in the skateboard area. We stayed here all day. I wish we lived closer, we'd come more often!...more

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jessicaas

  • 4

Reviewed on 08/15/2012

This is my favorite park in this area. It's huge, and there's tons to do! There are tennis courts, a pool, playground, and awesome climbing structure, skate park, basketball courts, bike park, soccer and baseball fields, along with picnic areas and bbq pits. This park is so big that even when there's lots of people there, it doesn't feel crowded. The only bad thing is if you are going just to walk around and are pushing a stroller. There aren't really paths, other than the ones at the entrance, so you have to walk/push through grass. But, that's really not a significant downside. I've only been in the pool with my son for swim lessons, so I've never experienced it with it all packed with kids, but I have nothing to complain about regarding the actual pool, facilities or staff. It does look like it gets a little crowded on warm afternoons, though. ...more

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paddlekat

  • 2

Reviewed on 08/13/2012

We only went here once last summer and had a very negative experience. The chlorine was so high, our eyes stung for multiple days after and our suits were bleached beyond recognition. My suit literally turned an entirely different color by the end of the day. It was extremely packed and I was wondering how on earth they could safely have that many people in a pool all a the same time. It could be a decent place to go if they crowds were smaller and the chlorine levels were fixed, but not a chance I am willing to take again anytime soon....more

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rougeurbleu

  • 5

Reviewed on 06/14/2012

We moved back to the Champlain Valley a couple months ago and now with a toddler son and we are so, so happy to have this truly amazing park a mile from our house! It's like three playgrounds in one, fields of every type and it's so shaded! My son likes to watch the skaters at the skate park or watch part of a little league game here and there too. Can't wait to get him into the pool and start lessons this summer!

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moorekid

  • 1

Reviewed on 08/22/2011

We went to the park one time this year and I'm not sure we are going back. I was very discusted with the parents. They would let their children go to the bathroom where ever they wanted. I stoped one child and told him to go find his mommy and have her take him to the bathroom and he was like ok. when I saw him again I asked him if his mommy took him to the bathroom he said no she took me to a tree. Last I knew they had a bathroom at the park. I take my children there when we go there. Why would you teach your children to go to the bathroom out side when there is a bathroom there I understand if there wasn't one but come on people we are not cavemen.

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