50+ Splash Pads, Spray Parks and Outdoor Pools in Metro Detroit

From Memorial Day to Labor Day, we are soaking up every moment of warm summer rays we can at local splash pads and spray parks.  We have just 14 weeks to enjoy summer fun in Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, and Washtenaw Counties.  We’ve compiled a list of all the Metro Detroit splash pads & spray parks, which now totals over 50.

Splash Pads in Metro Detroit

Oakland County Splash Pads

Auburn Hills Splash Pad

Riverside Park
Ribbon Cutting and opening, June 21st.

Riverside Park rests on the banks of the Clinton River in the Village Center area of Auburn Hills and offers a river path, play structure with swings, a canoe launch and a covered picnic shelter than can be reserved in season.  Barbecue grills and picnic tables are available in season and a heated restroom is open year-round.
3311 Squirrel Ct. Auburn & Squirrel.

Clarkston Splash Pad

Spraypark at Clintonwood – Clarkston 
The Spraypark at Clintonwood is 3,200 sq ft. Designed by Raindrop, Inc. it has a variety of above and below water features.
Clintonwood Park, 6000 Clarkston Road, Clarkston
Cost: See fee schedule on their website http://www.clarkstonspraypark.org/spraypark/
Spray Park in Clarkston

Farmington Hills Splash Pad

Heritage Park – Farmington Hills
25099 Farmington Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Cost: Free
Heritage Park Splash Pad Farmington Hills

Madison Heights Waterpark

Red Oaks Waterpark – Madison Heights
Kids enjoy the Soak Station, children’s water playground with 68 features, including water jets, curtains and slides, plus bubbler jets and a six-foot tipping bucket; must be 56″ or shorter and be accompanied by an adult. Or the Spray & Play, a water play area for toddlers, with 15 water jets and bubblers at zero depth.
1455 East 13 Mile Road Madison Heights, MI  48071
Cost: Click here for the current Fees for Red Oaks Waterpark

Milford Splash Pad

Kensington Metropark’s Splash ’n’ Blast – Milford
Find the ultimate relief from the warm, summer sun and loads of fun for the entire family at Kensington Metropark’s Splash ’n’ Blast. Coast down two, 250-foot twisted waterslides or romp through the spray ground with palm trees, serpents and cannons that spray water.
2240 W. Buno Road Milford, MI 48380
Cost: See fee schedule on their website: http://www.metroparks.com/Water-FacilitiesKensington MetroPark Splash Pad

Oak Park Pool

Municipal Pool in Oak Park
24198 Church St, Oak Park, MI 48237
Cost: See fee schedule on their website

Oxford Splash Pad

KLR Splash Pad Pavillion 
Seymore Lake Township Park – Oxford 2795 Seymour Lake Road (west of M-24)
Cost: See fee schedule on their website

Rochester Splash Pad/Fountain

Elliot Tower Fountain at OU
578 Pioneer Drive, Rochester
Cost: FREE
Elliot Tower Fountain

Southfield Pool

Southfield Sports Arena
Olympic sized pool, children’s spray pool, climbing wall, and a 120-foot waterslide.
26000 Evergreen Rd. Southfield, MI 48076
Cost: See fee schedule on their website
Offers Bathhouse, Main Pool, Sand Volleyball, Concessions, Outside Picnic Area, Sun Hill, Kiddy Area, Sand Play Area & Water Slides
3425 Civic Center Drive, Troy MI 48084
Cost: See fee schedule on their website: http://troymi.gov/PlayHere/Outdoor/AquaticCenter/MembershipsandPricing.aspx

Waterford Waterpark

Waterford Oaks Waterpark 
Tropical Wave Pool includes palm trees and near the “shore.”

The Big Bucket children’s water playground features more than 30 interactive activities including a giant tipping bucket, waterfalls and sprays. Participants must be 56″ or shorter and accompanied by an adult.

Ragin’ Rapids, a group raft ride starts at a height of three stories; carries riders 515 feet through drops and turns; and ends in a three-foot-deep splash-down pool.

After entertaining guests for 28 years, Slidewinder, the dual flume waterslide at Waterford Oaks Waterpark, reached the end of its life cycle and was removed in 2011.  Oakland County Parks and Recreation staff is evaluating options for a future new attraction that is entertaining for visitors and cost-effective for the parks system.

1702 Scott Lake Road Waterford, MI  48328

Cost: Click here for the current Waterford Oaks Waterpark Fees.

West Bloomfield Splash Pad

The Family Aquatic Center – West Bloomfield
Reopening 2020
6200 Farmington Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Cost: See fee schedule on their website

White Lake Splash Pad

Indian Springs Metropark’s Spray ‘n’ Play – White Lake

Children of all ages will enjoy Indian Springs Metropark’s Spray ‘n’ Play. Get soaked in the water spray area, scale a rock-climbing wall or cargo net and explore a maze. Three distinct areas accommodate older children. A toddler area includes a painted labyrinth and sand pit with oversized scoopers for digging.
5200 Indian Trail White Lake, MI 48386
Hours: The Spray ‘n’ Play play area is open year round while the water spray area is open Memorial Day to Labor Day 11 am – 7 pm daily.
Cost: See fee schedule on their website http://www.metroparks.com/Water-Facilities

Indian Springs Splash Pad

Macomb County Splash Pads

Chesterfield Spray Park

Wayne and Joan Webber Splash Park at Brandenburg Park 
Also offers basketball courts, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, picnic areas, boat launches, restroom facilities, a children’s play area, a hike/bike path and a 500-foot pier extending into Lake St. Clair. In addition, it has 4 open-air pavilions and a building that accommodates 70 people all of which are available for rent.
50050 Jefferson Avenue Chesterfield Township
Cost: See fee schedule on their websiteNew Baltimore Splash Pad

Fountains in Clinton Township

Pop Jet Fountains at Partridge Creek – Clinton Township 
An interactive 85-foot pop jet fountain is featured near the Parisian court to entertain the kids while adding beauty and tranquility to the environment.
17420 Hall Rd, Clinton Township, MI 48038
Cost: Free

Pop Jet Fountains at Partridge Creek

Harrison Township Spray Park

Metro Beach Metropark’s Squirt Zone – Harrison Township
Kids will love to run, skip and jump through Metro Beach Metropark’s Squirt Zone with ground sprays that shoot up water, water cannons to spray a friend, arches that create a tunnel of water to run through and more.
Lake St. Clair Metropark 31300 Metro Parkway Harrison Township, MI 48045
Hours: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m
Cost: See fee schedule on their website

Shelby Township Splash Pad

Chief Gene Shepherd Splash Pad
2452 23 Mile Rd, Shelby Charter Township, MI 48316
Cost: (2018) $2 per child or $25 for a family membership
Proof of residency in either Shelby Township or the city of Utica is required to gain entry.

St. Clair Shores Splash Pad

Veterans Memorial Park
32400 Jefferson St. Clair Shores
To visit this park you must have a park pass!
St. Clair Shores parks are open to all residents however annual passes are required for access to the waterfront parks.
The passes are available for purchase for only $10 per family. Therefore, the family pass is given to the husband and wife only. Minor children are included under their parents’ passes.

Veteran's Memorial Splash Pad

Sterling Heights Splash Pad

Dodge Park Splash Pad
40620 Utica Rd, Sterling Heights, MI 48313
Cost: Sterling Heights Residents and guests 2 and under FREE, non-residents $5.

Dodge Park Splash Pad

Warren Fountain

City Square Park – Warren
Fountains and splash area (May – September)
One City Square Warren, MI, 48093
Hours: 11 am to 7 pm, weather permitting
Cost: Free

St. Clair County Splash Pads

Clay Township Splash Pad 
The Clay Township Park is located next to the township offices at 4710 Pte Tremble Road. It has walking paths, playground, splash pad,  pavilion, volleyball court, picnic tables and barbecue grills.
4710 Pte Tremble Road
Cost: free

Washtenaw County Splash Pads

Ann Arbor Pools

Fuller Park Pool – Ann Arbor 
There is something for everyone to enjoy at Fuller Pool: a waterslide, 50-meter outdoor lap pool and shallow area with ramp access, a 12′ deep diving well and plenty of grassy area for relaxation. Our Maintenance and Rehabilitation Project has accomplished the following at Fuller Pool in the past year: New pool liner, updates to the locker rooms and the lobby, two brand new Family Changing Rooms, a picnic shelter and more.
1519 Fuller Road Ann Arbor, MI 48105

Cost: See fee schedule on their website

VETERANS Memorial Park Pool – Ann Arbor 

The Veterans Memorial Park Pool features a fan-shaped zero depth area with a “raindrop,” interactive water play apparatus, a handicap access ramp, and a 125-foot waterslide. Minimum height requirement for use of the slide is 42”.
2150 Jackson Ave, Ann Arbor, MI
Cost: See fee schedule on their website

Whitmore Lake Spray Park

Have a great adventure with our water jet spider, cattails, and buckets
Guest amenities include first aid services, family changing rooms, showers, diaper changing stations and coin lockers.
 3200 Jennings Rd.,   Webster Township,  Whitmore Lake, MI 48189
Cost: See fee schedule on their website

Ypsilanti Waterpark

Rolling Hills Water Park – Ypsilanti 
With so many attractions, we’ve got something for everyone to enjoy – Float down the lazy river, catch a wave in the wave pool, or take a trip down one of our awesome water slides!  The Activity Pool is popular with younger children due to its zero-depth entry, gentle bubbler, geysers, a waterfall and a kiddy slide for children under 45″ tall.  Relax in the chaise lounges and sand chairs on an extensive sun deck located throughout the water park and natural shade or shade umbrellas in several grassy areas surrounding the deck.
7660 Stony Creek Rd. Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Cost: See fee schedule on their website

Wayne County Splash Pads

Belleville Aquatic Center

Turtle Cove Family Aquatic Center – Belleville 
Find the ultimate relief from the warm, summer sun while having buckets of fun at Lower Huron
Metropark’s Turtle Cove Family Aquatic Center. Zip down two waterslides, drift along a lazy river, get soaked under the 300-gallon dumping bucket, and wade into the zero-depth entry pool with lap lanes.
17845 Savage Road Belleville, MI 48111
Cost:See fee schedule on their website

Turtlecove Splash Pad

Brownstown Township Splash Pad

Brownstown Township- Thorn Park Splash Pad
23999 King Rd.,(southeast corner of King Road), Brownstown Charter Township, MI, 48183
(734) 675-0920

Lake Erie MetroPark – Rip Slide
This new feature at Lake Erie Metropark is a three-story tall inflatable waterslide. At 175 feet long and 47 feet wide, it is one of the world’s largest inflatable slides.
32481 W. Jefferson Brownstown, MI 48173
(734) 379-5020
Cost: see website for current fees

Canton Splash Pads

Heritage Park Splash Pad – Canton 
Cool down at Canton’s new Splash Playground located in Heritage Park near Heritage Hideout. Just touch the fire hydrant to start the water fun! Children 12 and under must be supervised by an adult at all times.
1010 S Canton Center Rd (Heritage Park Rd) Canton, MI 48188
Cost: Free

Flodin Park Splash Pad – Canton
Flodin Park features a large playground area and a splash playground. The splash playground has 11 water-spraying spouts for the hot summer months. There is also a walking trail and a nature trail. An inline skating rink is also available.
Flodin Park 43399 Saltz Rd., Canton, MI 48187
Cost: FreeFlodin Park Splash Pad in Canton

Dearborn Splashpads and Pools

Crowley Park Splash Pad
2600 Westwood St, Dearborn, MI 48124
Park offers playgrounds, a splash pad & athletic field, plus tennis courts, a track & picnic area.
Cost: Free

Whitmore Bolles Park Splash Pad
21700 Notre Dame St, Dearborn, MI 48124
Cost: Free