Heritage Park Splash Pad – Farmington Hills Visitor’s Guide and Photos
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Heritage Park in Farmington Hills has an awesome splash pad, covered pavilions, a playground, walking trails, nature center, restrooms and more. The park is free to the public and their hours are from 8 am to dusk and the Heritage Park Splash Pad runs from 10 am to 10 pm. Heritage Park is located on the west side of Farmington Road between Ten and Eleven Mile Roads.
2020 COVID19 UPDATE:
The Splash Pad at Heritage Park Open! The City of Farmington Hills announced on June 26th that its popular Splash Pad is now open for summer fun!
Visitors will now see a new bright blue surface underneath all the fountains and sprayers that will provide fun for kids of all ages from now through Labor Day.
The City is operating the Splash Pad at a limited capacity per the
Governor’s Executive Order and visitors are reminded that social distancing is required for all those not from the same household. If the Splash Pad is at capacity, families are encouraged to bring a picnic to enjoy at Heritage Park or to visit the nearby Snack Shack, which is also now open.
There is no fee to enjoy family fun at the Splash Pad, which is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. with periodic closures during operating hours for sanitizing and routine maintenance. The Snack Shack is open from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Heritage Park Splash Pad
The kids really had a grand time. The water was a bit cool, but refreshing. I like that they have a sensor that you have to press every few minutes that saves water if no one is using the splash pad.
There are a lot of different water elements from fountains, buckets coupled with a few water guns.
The restrooms were not only right by the splash pad but were decent. During our visit, we saw cobwebs in the corners. However, the floors were free of debris and looked clean otherwise.
Guests will find plenty of space to set down a towel along the grass around the pad. There are also a few benches too. The concrete splash pad is not so great for crawling children. Also, many children skinned their knees on the day we visited.
There were garbage cans along the outer perimeter together with a few young trees for shade. In due time, they will be much bigger and it will be perfect.
Heritage Park Playground
Near the splash pad is a medium-sized playground area with a larger structure for the older children as well as a small toddler structre. Traditional swings together with baby buckets swings are available near the play structure.
If you get hungry there is a little snack shack right next to the restrooms.
On the other hand, you can bring your own lunch or snacks and eat in the pavilion.
Overall Heritage Park Splash Pad is one of the best free splash pads in the area and a great place to cool off in the summer.
Heritage Park Splash Pad & Playground Hours and Fees
Heritage Park – Farmington Hills
25099 Farmington Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
Hours: The Splash Pad is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. with periodic closures during operating hours for sanitizing and routine maintenance. The Snack Shack is open from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.