Why Clearwater’s Clearwater Park Is Getting a New Home

A former Clearwater, Florida, park that once served as a summer playground and summer playgrounds for families has received a major facelift.

Clearwater Parks & Resorts is moving its family activities center to the park’s new, expanded, outdoor space.

The new facility, dubbed the Clearwater Family Activities Center, will be built adjacent to the current family activities building, and will open in 2018, according to the company’s announcement on Tuesday.

The new facility will also include more seating, a new patio, an improved fountain, new security cameras, more restrooms and more amenities, according a company press release.

In 2018, Clearwater has hosted more than 100 families with over 1,000 children.

The company said the new facility includes new amenities, such as: a family playground, a water park and a water slide; a new outdoor space with seating and playground equipment; a family activity center; and a children’s play area.

The project will allow Clearwater parks to be more accommodating for families who need to visit, according the company.

Clearwater has become a magnet for families, said Mark S. Pyle, the company vice president of operations, who oversaw the project.

The company added that more than 300 families visited Clearwater this year.

“This is a win-win,” Pyle said in a statement.

“We are able to make our park more welcoming for families and visitors who come to our parks.

This includes more families, who have requested the expanded space for family activities.”

More than 4 million children attended the park in 2016, according data from the state of Florida.

The average age of children in the park is 7, the release said.

More to come.

How to make the most of your family’s time in Vancouver

We know the first thing to do is get your family moving.

But it’s more than that.

If you can help your family find the time to be active, productive and joyful, then it can be the most rewarding time of their lives.

Here are some ways to do just that.

Family activities can be a great way to make a memorable weekend for family.

Get a map out Family activities have become a big part of the family calendar in recent years.

Families can now get a sense of where to go, what to do and what to see.

Here’s how to make sure your family is on top of things in Vancouver.

What to do in Vancouver: Family activities are the best way to take your family outdoors.

Here is a guide to some of the activities you can do to start a fun day in the park.

Family day with a dog and kids A dog can help a child get into the spirit of things, and it’s a great time for a picnic or a family activity.

Here, we’ve created a photo opportunity to show the park as a place to unwind with a pet.

Take your kids to the beach This is a fun way to spend a relaxing afternoon together.

A little exercise and a little fun, you’ll get a much-needed rest and boost the morale of your kids.

Take a walk in the ocean Take a short swim in the water or paddle.

The sun will be shining, and you’ll be in a relaxed mood for the next few hours.

This is perfect for a group of children to take in the sunset or a beautiful day in nature.

Take in the beauty of the mountains If you’re a big fan of nature, you might enjoy taking in the beautiful scenery of the Vancouver mountains.

Here we’ve got a fun photo opportunity with your family to show how amazing the views are.

Enjoy the sights and sounds of the city If you want to get into nature, then you should probably go to a nice park to have a good look around.

But for the rest of us, there are lots of activities you could do.

Here you can find some great activities to do at home and at the park, like sunbathing, hiking and biking.

Read more about family activities in Vancouver, including how to plan a family outing, find the right activities for your family, and how to get the most out of them.

How to get the best out of your kids’ family activities center: Keep your kids busy

Parents, get ready to put a smile on your kids faces with the best family camping activities for kids.

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