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2021: Lily Pad Springs Splash Pad in West Bloomfield

We are so excited to share that a brand new splash pad opened this year in West Bloomfield, Michigan. The 5,522 square foot Lily Pad Springs splash pad is the largest in Michigan!

The Largest Splash Pad in Michigan: Lily Pad Springs in West Bloomfield

Lily Pad Springs Splash Pad Features

Families in metro Detroit can cool off and have fun at the largest splash pad in Michigan this summer. Lily Pad Springs features more than 50 play features, four water slides as well as a giant water bucket that dumps 55 gallons of water. The climbable play structure also provides 2,400 square feet of summer fun. Cool off as the system pumps 740 gallons of water per minute through it’s many water features.

In addition to the water features, the facility also hosts plenty of shaded areas, restrooms, public lockers and showers for their guests. The metro Detroit splash pad is ADA and Universally accessible.

Lily Pad Springs Splash Pad in West Bloomfield (25)

Lily Pad Springs Hours, Location and Admission

Location:
The largest splash pad in Michigan is located at 6200 Farmington Road, in West Bloomfield, north of West Maple Road.

Hours:
Lily Pad Springs Splash pad opened on May 26th, 2021.
The splash pad will be open seven days a week with three daily sessions.
Session 1 is from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm. This session is reserved for West Bloomfield residents only.
Session 2 is from 1:30 pm until 3:30 pm.
Session 3 is from 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm.

Admission
The cost is $4 for residents and $6 for non-residents. The city of West Bloomfield requires that each person that enters the splash pad area purchase admission. Pre-registration will be available starting on May 1, 2021.

Lily Pad Springs Splash Pad shaded seating

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Other West Bloomfield Parks

  • Bloomer Park – 36 acre park that offers a play structure, basketball, as well as picnic facilities.
  • Bloomfield Knolls Park – this 2 acre neighborhood park features a play structure in addition to a basketball court and picnic facilities.
  • Drake Sports Park – Sports enthusiasts can enjoy a skate park, pickleball, tennis, softball, paved walking trails as well as soccer. This park also hosts a play structure and picnic facilities.
  • Keith Sports Park – this 15 acre park offers tennis, softball and soccer as well as picnic facilities and restrooms.
  • Lily Pad Springs Splash Pad – The largest splash pad in Michigan features more than 50 play features, four water slides as well as a giant water bucket that dumps 55 gallons of water.
  • Marshbank Park – This 108 acre community park is home to three playground areas, sports fields, picnic facilities and more.
  • Recreation Activities Center sits on 70 acres and provides guests with several trails. In the winter guests can enjoy a sledding hill.
  • Sylvan Manor Park – a 3 acre neighborhood park that offers a basketball court, softball field and playground.
  • West Bloomfield Trail – a 6.8 mile trail through 64 acres of land that winds through West Bloom flied, Orchard Lake, Keego Harbor and Sylvan Lake.
  • West Bloomfield Woods Nature Preserve – 162 acre preserve with several trails for guests to explore.