By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Good news for Philadelphians! The city’s Spruce Street Harbor Park is now open for the summer.

The park opened on May 26.

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It’s located between Race Street Pier and Cherry Street Pier.

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The park offers a relaxing space for visitors to dine, enjoy the views and have fun playing games — such as cornhole, giant Connect Four, and giant Jenga — on the Waterfront this summer.

There are also a brand-new set of Hammocks that will undergo regular, enhanced cleaning protocols to make the city’s COVID-19 guidelines.

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