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Splashpads

You wanted it, you got it! Splash Pad Central!

Firstly, all of these Splash Pads (also known as spray pads, splash parks, I could go on..) are Public Parks. There are a few that people might mention that are private-i.e. HOA owned and only for the residents there. Please make sure that you are either a guest of a resident before you frequent those.

Shopping Centers

Westgate, Tempe Marketplace, Desert Ridge, Scottsdale Quarter, 

Chandler Fashion Center

San Tan Village

Surprise Splashpads-

Dick McComb/Surprise Farms Splashpad

Marley Park Splashpad

Veramonte Splashpad

Turn on April 1, Off November 1.

El Mirage-

Gateway Park Splashpad

Varies- Sometimes in April

Fountain Hills

Rotary Centennial Park

Peoria, Goodyear-

Paloma Park

Rio Vista Splashpad

Camino A Lago

Pioneer Community Park

Goodyear Community Park

Turn on Third Monday in April, Off Third Monday in October

Avondale-

Avondale Festival Fields

Avondale Friendship Park

On 2nd weekend of April (weekends only), Daily at end of School

Chandler

Espee Park

Desert Breeze

Chuparosa Park

On in April Through October

Phoenix-

Altadena

Civic Space

Dust Devil

Francisco Highland

Mountain Vista

Nuestro

Pecos Park

Trailside

Hance Park

CityScape

Edison Park

Turn on End of School

Gilbert

Gilbert Regional Park

Water Tower Plaza

Glendale

Glendale Heroes

-On Weekends in May, and locked up during the week.  Open after the end of the school year. Open Saturday May 29th 2021

Mesa

Riverview 

Pioneer Park

EastMark

Open year round.

East Mark 7am, 10pm,  Pioneer 10am-10pm, and Riverview 9am-10pm

Scottsdale

McDowell Mountain Ranch Park

Vista Del Camino Park

Agua Linda

Chesnutt Park

Florence Ely Nelson Desert

Paiute Parks

Tempe

Esquer Park

Hudson Park

Jaycee Park

The Cloud at Kiwanis (Closed for Maintenance as of April 6th 2021. Check Tempe’s Site for updates)

– Turn on End of School, Some Sundays are not on.

Queen Creek

Mansel Carter Oasis

Founders Park

Be Prepared for a Splashpad!

I also suggest a few things when you go to the splash pads-Water shoes. There are a lot of splash pads that have concrete floors (UGH!) and can become slippery when wet  Lather up with Sunscreen, even bring your own chair. Kids love having buckets and watering cans too.

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