Lily Pad Springs in West Bloomfield is the largest splash pad in Michigan. It features more than 50 play features, four water slides as well as a giant water bucket that dumps 55 gallons of water.
Lake St. Clair Metropark offers a beach, splash pad, pool, sports, nature center, and picnic areas.
Visitor’s Guide and Photo Gallery for Clintonwood Park in Clarkston. A kid-friendly park with a playground, splash pad, and walking paths.
Visitor’s Guide, image gallery, and info for Brandenburg Park in New Baltimore. Splash Pad, playground, trails, sports fields.
Find over 30 more Metro Detroit Splash Pads on our Metro Detroit Michigan Outdoor Splash Pads & Parks page. I was so worried yesterday that it would be too cool out for the kids to enjoy the Splash Park in Clay Township. The location is rather easy to find, although for most of you it is quite a drive. It…
KLR Splash Pad in Oxford is a fantastic place to cool off in the summer months. $4/non-resident fee per child. Limited capacity.
Find out who is open for 2020: over 50 splash pad, outdoor water parks, pools and spray park locations in Metro Detroit.
The Elliott Tower Fountain is FREE. It is a series of pop-jets that are programmed in a variety of patterns. This creates a fun as well as an exciting splash pad for children to cool off during the summer months.
Riverside Park in Auburn Hills offers a river path, playground, canoe launch, restrooms together with a picnic shelter.
We love summer, we are soaking up the sun every moment we can. Free or low-cost summer activities make a fun-filled summer more manageable. Here is a list of the free splash pads in Southeast Michigan. Free Splash Pads in Oakland County Free Splash Pad in Auburn Hills Riverside Park Riverside Park rests on the banks of the Clinton River…