Buccaneer Bay Play Park in Dartford Undergoes Upgrades for Improved Visitor Experience

Buccaneer Bay play park in Central Park, Dartford, has temporarily closed its restrooms for refurbishment. According to a spokesperson from Dartford Borough Council, the toilets are being upgraded to make them easier to maintain and keep clean.

The closure is expected to last until next Thursday, March 28, and the new facilities will feature stronger fittings that are more durable and easier to sanitize. The council hopes that these improvements will be well-received by local residents and that visitors will treat the new restrooms with the same care as they would their own at home.

Buccaneer Bay, a pirate-themed play park, first opened in Central Park last March and has quickly become a popular destination for families. However, the £1.2m attraction faced some challenges just four months after its opening when it was temporarily closed due to maintenance issues. The council responded by hiring dedicated wardens to help with regular inspections and began planning for a redesign of the restrooms.

In addition to addressing safety concerns, the council has also been working to improve accessibility at the park. In January of this year, the park closed for five days to install a fully accessible swing and other equipment for visitors with special needs.

As the park celebrates its first birthday this month, the council remains committed to making continuous improvements to ensure that Buccaneer Bay remains a top destination for families in Dartford.

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