It’s Summer! Well…sort of anyway. My kids are officially on Summer break and even though the weather hasn’t quite caught up to this fact yet soon our lives will be warm sunny days, and bored kids.
This is an updated list of all of the splash pads I could find in the area. We personally check out about half of these last year and so I have added some notes on a few of them and will continue to update this post as we check out new ones I would love to hear in the comments which ones you have visited and which are your favorites! Also did I miss any? Add them to the list by putting them in the comments! Enjoy!
My kids love this one because it is large, has lots of fun features and is near a great playground for when they are tired of getting wet. The downside is there are never enough seats of shade at this park and it is always crowded so come early or bring your own seats and shade!
Carpenter Park – Thornton *scroll down for photos taken at this location!
The splash pad here is a more basic one with the exception of the lights which make it a cool spot on a very warm day at Sunset. f you are just looking for fountains that go up this is a great spot, onus however is that there is a great playground, carousel an other fun activities at this park.
E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park (Webster Lake) – Northglenn
This one is not very big and just simple fountains and you need to keep pushing the button to keep it on but my kids love this park anyway. There is nice shade, plenty of seating a a nice playground.
Westminster Center Park (Peter Pan Park) – Westminster
I would call this more of a Splash River than a Splash pad but if your kids would rather dip their feet in and splash in puddles than run through fountains this is a great option for them.
Irving Street Park – Westminster
This is really just a simple fountain in front of the library but the kids still love to run through it!
Orchard Mall -Westminster
Discovery Park -Wheat Ridge
Ray Ross Park -Lakewood
Surfside Spray Park (Admission fee $1 per person) -Lakewood
Wynkoop Plaza (Union Station) -Denver
This one is also just simple fountains but it is bigger than most. It is also fun that its downtown, the only downside is parking.
H2Odessy Fountain City Park -Denver
The fountain here seems to be very hit and miss if it is even on and is just a simple one but my kids love to go after a day at the museum.
Aurora Central Park -Aurora
Great Plains Park -Aurora
Southlands Mall -Aurora
Centennial Center Park -Centennial
Clement Park – Centennial
Civic Green Park – Highlands Ranch
Westlands Park – Greenwood Village
Benedict Park -Brighton
Louisville Community Park – Louisville
We loved Louisville park but were not impressed with the splash pad. You have to turn it on manually which is a great water saver but it was really hard to turn on. There is a button on the ground that you hop on and even I had trouble getting it to start. My small kids where not heavy enough to start it.
Pearl Street Fountains -Boulder
This one is again just a simple flat pad fountain but its a great place to stop when enjoying a day on the mall.
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