Heritage Park Splash Pad – Farmington Hills
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 even a couple of water guns.
There was plenty of space to set down a towel along the grass around the pad. There are also a few benches too. The actual pad is made of cement, so not so great for crawling children. The cement was the cause of many skinned knees the day we attended.
There were garbage cans along the outer perimeter and a few young trees for shade. In a few years, they will be much bigger and it will be perfect.
Near the splash pad is a medium-sized playground area with a larger structure for the older children, swings and a toddler structure.
Or you can bring your own lunch or snacks and eat in the pavilion.
25099 Farmington Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.