September 13th, 2022
When you go to a spray park, you don’t want to have to miss out on the fun just to watch your belongings. You most likely want to get in the water and enjoy a warm sunny day. But, you may be worried about whether or not your phone is still in your bag or if your wallet is safe.
Here are some ways to ensure your belongings are safe when you are at a spray park.
Some spray parks will have lockers inside near washrooms. You can use or rent one so your belongings are safely locked away. You will probably have to bring your own lock, so you will be the only one who can access your belongings. If there are no lockers available, you can also purchase a backpack with a built-in lock so your belongings are safe.
Put Your Belongings Somewhere Where You Can See Them
When a spray park is busy, you don’t have to sit with your belongings, and you shouldn’t have to. You can leave your belongings somewhere where you can see them from all angles. This way, every few minutes you can glance over to make sure your belongings are still there. And, you will be able to go in the water and enjoy the fun!
Leave Valuable Items At Home
Try to limit what you bring to the spray park. You don’t need to bring a wad of cash or every single credit card you have. Try to leave most of your valuables at home. Or, if you drive to the spray park, leave valuable items in your car. This way, you won’t be stressed about the items you brought and feel that you have to sit and guard them the entire time.
Disguise Your Belongings
If you bring your credit cards to the spray park, and don’t want to leave them in your car or locker, disguise them cleverly. You can put them in an empty and washed out sunscreen bottle, or even in a pack of gum. This way, they are hard to see and even harder to find.
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