Splash Pads 2017
Looking for a way to stay cool this summer? Enter playgrounds loaded with water jets and refreshing splash pads for instant relief. The Greater Toronto Area's sprinkler season is getting into gear. Here's where you'll find the wildest and wettest playgrounds around.
Most locations are currently open through to Labor Day weekend, and all are free.
Aurora features one splash pad located at Town Park, Aurora's oldest park, and another at Ada Johnson Park, Aurora's newest park. The splash pads feature tumbling buckets of water and several ground jets for a variety of water play activities on a rubber safety surface. Adjacent amenities include a large playground and open grass play fields at both parks. At Town Park you will also find mature shade trees and washroom facilities. Both locations have parking available. The 3rd location - Mattamy Park splash pad, is currently closed until further notice (check website for updates).
Brampton features 12 spray pads and 2 wading pools. All are free and weather permitting. Please phone ahead as closures may occur due to inclement weather. Century Gardens Spray Pad and Playground is closed in 2017 for resurfacing. Visit website for updates.
Keep your children cool and entertained this summer at one of Burlington's splash parks or wading pools. There are 10 splash pads in Burlington.
Markham's 24 splash pads offer a great way to cool down during hot summer days. Pads are located at various locations throughout Markham. To conserve water, splash pads are activated by push buttons on site and are on timers. Open until September 15 (subject to weather conditions). Open daily from 9:00 AM until dusk. Check website for closures.
The city of Mississauga features 27 spray pads. Spray Pads operate throughout the summer from May until mid-September, weather permitting.
The Rogers Spray Pad, one of the first spray pads in Newmarket and previously known as the Rogers Wading Pool, was redesigned and reconstructed after an expressed need for a spray pad in Newmarket. Address: 170 London Road (behind the Canadian Martyrs Catholic School). The spray pad is also accessible at 129 Harrison Drive, and adjacent to 226 Yorkshire Drive. Hours of Operation (Summer Hours): 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
There are currently 16 splash pads in parks throughout Oakville. They are the perfect place to cool off on a hot day. Splash pads operate from 9 a.m. 8:30 p.m., June until mid-September (subject to weather conditions).
Enjoy a family outing and cool down with the kids - Oshawa has 9 splash pads located at neighbourhood parks! Splash pads are usually open 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. from the beginning of June to Labour Day.
Looking for a great way to cool off? Richmond Hill has the answer with 13 splash pads.
Need a quick place for your children to enjoy the cool water on a hot and sunny day? The city of Toronto offers a long list of splash pads throughout city parks and playgrounds. Splash pads are unsupervised.
The City of Vaughan has splash pads and water play areas located inside community parks. There are 5 locations in Maple, 4 in Thornhill, and 8 in Woodbridge. Splash pads operate weekends only, starting in May until September.
The Town of Whitby operates 15 splash pads to help families stay cool and beat the summer heat. Splash Pads are open seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and operate until September, weather permitting.
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