Beat the Heat!
With a heat wave approaching this weekend, participating in water fun is the perfect way for your children to stay cool and enjoy themselves at the park!
Mississauga residents are fortunate to have over 20 splash pads (or “spray pads,” as the city is now calling them) open this weekend. Mississauga’s splash pads generally open daily at 9:00 a.m. weather permitting.
A.E. Crookes Park
855 Goodwin Road
This splash pad is located beside a big playground and scenic walking routes. The park is also nearby Lakefront Promenade Park and Splash Pad.
830 Paisley Boulevard West
This uniquely designed splash pad is conveniently located by the community centre, meaning there is ample parking and a playground for children to play at after cooling off at the water play area!
Malton Community Centre
3540 Morningstar Drive
This outdoor splash pad is a hit within the Malton community! There is also a playground and basketball play area to keep your children entertained for hours. They can burn off their excess energy while keeping cool at the splash pad!
Mississauga Valley Park
1275 Mississauga Valley Boulevard
This park is well known for its large picnic areas, nature trails, volleyball nets, tennis courts and playgrounds. The splash pad is quite large and a popular meeting spot for children in the area!
Frank McKechnie Splash Pad
310 Bristol Road East
At the Frank McKechnie Centre you and your children can enjoy the splash pad, playgrounds, picnic area, basketball court, tennis courts and nature trails in the area!
2750 Aquitaine Avenue
Lake Aquitaine Park features a beautiful walking trail, playgrounds, exercise machines, basketball court, etc. At the splash pad your children will enjoy the range of water play apparatuses available!
2625 Erin Centre Boulevard
This spray pad features a large open area with many sprinklers and sprayers. There is also a dog park, playground and tennis courts at Quenippenon Meadows Park.
300 City Centre Boulevard
This splash pad area features a large wading pool with rows of huge sprayers and sprinklers! Children can stay extra cool in the wading pool, then dry off in the sand or sports area.
Jack Darling Memorial Park
1180 Lakeshore Road West
Not only does Jack Darling Memorial Park feature a great splash pad and playgrounds for your kids, but there is also a large dog park and scenic waterfront trail. Visit Jack Darling Memorial Park and experience fun for the whole family!
Lakefront Promenade Park
800 Lakefront Promenade
This popular water park features two splash pad areas, one large splash pad for older children, and a smaller option for younger children. There are flower sprayers, rainbow sprinklers, and an alligator to climb. Parents can relax in the shade under the giant umbrellas available!
Plan a play date with friends and have a blast at one of these top splash pads in your neighbourhood! Remember, all spray pads are unsupervised so please ensure your children are well supervised at all times. Don’t forget your sunscreen, towel, change of clothes and drinks to stay hydrated!