The weather has heated up fast and we know that one of our favourite things to do on the summer’s hottest days is to check out the Splash Pads in Brampton and Georgetown. Brampton and Georgetown Splash Pads opening around May Long Weekend.
Brampton has confirmed opening date of Saturday May 21st, 2022 for all City Splashpads.
We are super lucky that Brampton has 12 Spray Pads and Georgetown has 2 Spray Pads plus one more located a short drive in Acton. Each Splash Pad has a different unique theme making it fun to visit all of the different locations this summer.
We love spending time at different splash pads in the Summer and really enjoy waterparks, outdoor pools and beaches as well – basically you can find me and my kids hanging around water all summer! Swimming lessons are super important if you are going to spend alot of time around water so check out our Guide to Swimming Lessons and Aquatic Programs in Brampton.
We’ve got all of your splash pads and swimming pools in Brampton and Georgetown so you can cool down all summer long! Want a sweet treat to help you cool down too? Then make sure you check out the Best Ice Cream Shops in Brampton and Best Ice Cream Shops in Georgetown.
There are many Outdoor Splash Pads in Milton and Splash Pads in Mississauga that offer cool water play for your kids to enjoy.
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Before heading out to a splash pad make sure you have stocked up on sunscreen and a sun hat to protect yourself outdoors. This summer has some restrictions to make swimming and splashing as safe as can be. Be sure to familiarize yourself with them so you’re ready to play safely.
Physical distancing is recommended (we know that is tough for kids) and individuals must maintain a distance of at least two metres from each other. Please self-assess for COVID-19 symptoms before attending and not use the spray pads if exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19.
Splash Pads and Outdoor pools in Brampton
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- Batsman Park – splash pad
- Brampton Soccer Centre – splash pad
- Cassie Campbell Community Centre – splash pad
- Century Gardens Recreation Centre – splash pad – Opening June 1st/2022
- Chris Gibson Recreation Centre – splash pad
- Chinguacousy Park – splash pad and wading pool
- Peel Village Park – splash pad
- Teramoto Park – splash pad
- Michael Murphy Park – splash pad
- Komagata Maru Park – splash pad
- Jim Irons Park – splash pad
- Creditview Sandalwood Park – splash pad
- Gage Park – Currently under construction
Splash Pads in Georgetown
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- Dominion Gardens – splash pad
- Gellert Community Centre – splash pad
Map of Splash Pads in Brampton and Georgetown
Blue – Brampton Locations
Red – Georgetown Locations
What times are Splash Pads in Brampton Open?
City of Brampton Splash Pads are open from 10am – 9pm daily until Thanksgiving Day Weekend. Closures may occur due to inclement weather, including rain. Spray pads will be closed if outdoor temperature is less than 20°C.
The Best Splash Pads in Brampton
Batsman ParkBatsman Park – 475 Father Tobin Road, Brampton
This community park and spray pad is named after the ‘batsman’ which is a position is the game of cricket. The best way to access the Batsman Community Park and Splash Pad is by parking at Lougheed Middle School.
The Batsman Park Splash Pad is Water themed featuring a frog and other pond elements that all spray at different heights for kids to laugh and run through. The park features multiple benches on the perimetre offering parents a dry spot to watch all the fun. The playground is right beside when you need a change of pace and offers both a toddler playground and big kid playground. Washrooms are just inside the building adjacent to the pad (not currently open).
Brampton Soccer Centre, 1495 Sandalwood Parkway East, Brampton
The best way to access the Brampton Soccer Centre Community Park and Splash Pad is by parking in the parking lot that is closest to Dixie Road, there is a pathway just off the parking lot that leads you to the splash pad and park. The Brampton Soccer Centre Splash Pad is Bug themed featuring Dragonflys, and flowers that all spray at different heights for kids to laugh and run through, also in the middle is a watering can dumping area.
The park features multiple metal picnic tables on the perimetre offering parents a dry spot to watch all the fun. The playground is right beside when you need a change of pace and offers both a toddler playground and big kid playground. Washrooms are located just behind the splash pad.
Cassie Campbell Community Centre
Cassie Campbell, 1050 Sandalwood Parkway East, Brampton
The best way to access the Cassie Campbell Splash Pad is by parking in the parking lot at the front of the building. The park features a small grassy area for parents to sit and watch. Washrooms are located inside the community centre. Cassie Campbell Splash Pad is fenced in making it perfect for toddlers.
Century Gardens Recreation Centre
Century Gardens, 340 Vodden Street East, Brampton – PICTURE COMING SOON
The best way to access the Century Gardens Splash Pad is by parking in the main parking lot at the front of the building, the splash pad is located behind the community centre. The park features a insect themed spray pad. Washrooms are located inside the community centre.
There is a large leaf canaopy nearby to provide shade and a rest spot, and if the kids need a change of scenery there is the playground right next to the splash pad.
Chris Gibson Recreation Centre
Chris Gibson, 125 McLaughlin Road, Brampton
The best way to access the Chris Gibson Splash Pad is by parking in the small parking lot located to the right of the main building (closest lot to Mclaughlin Road) as the splash pad and small park are tucked in behind the community centre. The park features a Space themed Splash pad with multiple sprayers for kids to enjoy.
The Splash pad is located right beside a small park that has a large awning to provide shade and multiple benches for parents to sit on. Washrooms are located inside the community centre. Chris Gibson Splash Pad is fenced in making it perfect for toddlers.
Chinguacousy Park, 9050 Bramalea Road, Brampton
The best way to access the Chinguacousy Park Splash Pad is by parking in the parking lot located between the playground and the farm.The splash pad is tucked in behind the large playground. The park features both a splash pad and a wading pool – perfect to keep everyone entertained.
The wading pool is perfect for little kids as it is not very deep and it has sprinklers located around the outside of the wading pool. The splash pad is perfect for older kids as it has multiple sprayers and has a big dumping feature in the middle.
The Splash pad has multiple large awnings which are great for providing shade while playing in the water. Washrooms are located by the snack bar near the wading pool. Check out our full Guide to Chinguacousy Park – offering entertainment all year long!.
- The wading pool at Chinguacousy Park will be fenced off with a one in/one out system. This will be managed by staff to maintain traffic flow and ensure capacity requirements are met based on the size of the space.
Peel Village Park is nestled in the centre of Peel Village a residential area near Hwy 10 & Steeles Ave. To access this park you can park on any of the side streets and walk along the catwalks into the park. The closest options would be Watson Cres, Ferndale Cres or Melville Cres. The Peel Village Splash pad features dumping buckets and multiple spray features that alternate on a timer.
The Splash Pad is activated during the open hours by placing your hands on top of the sensor tower at the edge of the splash pad. The park also features 2 climbers one for younger children and one for older children, swings including an adaptive swing, and small sand pit.
If you enjoy tennis there are 2 tennis courts just down the path from the splash pad. The only thing this park doesn’t have that I would like to see is washroom facilities. Want all the details on this park including the community ice rink, the check out our full guide to Peel Village Park which includes photos of the play ground.
Teramoto Park, 9056 Chinguacousy Rd, Brampton
The best way to access the Teramoto park is to park at the back of David Suzuki high school. The Teramoto park splash pad features a large frog that kids can run through that sprays water in addition to a dumping feature and multiple small sprayers.
There are washrooms located a short walk away from the splash pad. The Splash pad is in a perfect location as a toddler and big kid playground are only a few steps away. There are multiple benches and picnic tables located nearby as well.
Michael Murphy Park, Corner of Squire Ellis Drive & Martin Byrne Drive
Michael Murphy Splash Pad features a large Pelican sprayer as well as a large rainbow that sprays water that kids can run underneath. There is a large pavilion nearby offering shade and a place to eat as there are multiple picnic tables.
There is also lots of seating at the back of the splash pad offering a place to take a break or for parents to watch. There is also a nearby playground and a large set of multiple types of swings.
Komagata Maru Park, Corner of Bramalea Road & Blackcherry Lane
Komagata Maru Park has a playground highlighted with large lettering that spells out Imagine, a splash pad, reflecting pool, and a picnic pavillion all of which encourage visitors to embrace the outdoors. The splash pad features multiple squiggly sprayers and many different height sprayers to keep kids cool and entertained in the hot summer.
Jim Irons Park, On Terrick Road, South of Truro Circle – Details coming Soon!
Creditview Sandalwood Park, 10510 Creditview Park, Brampton
The Creditview Park splash pad is fully accessible and features spray elements that follow the water cycle theme. A cool environmentally friendly feature that the splash pad has is that the nature pond located right beside the splash pad captures the water run off and recycles it to irrigate the adjacent soccer fields.
The splash pad does also have a large shade shelter nearby and some picnic tables with umbrellas where you could have a picnic lunch. Learn more by checking our our full guide to Creditview Sandalwood Park – fully accessible park.
Gage Park, 45 Main Street South, Brampton
Under construction, expected to be completed by Fall 2021
Splash Pads in Georgetown
This summer has some restrictions to make swimming and splashing as safe as can be. Be sure to familiarize yourself with them so you’re ready to play safely. Splash pads have limited capacity, please stay at least 6ft/2m from other users not from the same household.
Please return at a later time if the park is full. Be courteous and share the space with others. Limit your time to ensure all have a chance. Use your elbow or foot to activate splash pads (not your hands). Splash pad amenities are not sanitized. Users should wash and sanitize their hands before and after use.
What times are Splash Pads in Georgetown Open?
Georgetown Splash Pads are open from from the Saturday of Victoria Day Weekend to the Monday of Labour Day Weekend from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Dominion Gardens, 118 Guelph St, Georgetown
The Dominion Gardens splash pad is fully accessible and features a range of flower inspired spray elements . The splash pad does also have a large shade pavillion nearby and a picnic table where you could have a picnic lunch. There are bathrooms located in the pavillion.
The Splash Pad is surrounded by large rocks that act as a barrier as well as offer seating to parents watching. The playground is only a few steps away and you also can take a break from the splash pad and enjoy a short walk around the pond. Parking is available at Christ The King Highschool and Dominion Gardens Old Seed House Parking Lot.
Gellert Community Centre
Gellert Community Centre, 10241 8 Line, Georgetown
The Gellert Community splash pad is fully accessible and features a spray elements . There are bathrooms located in the community centre. The Splash Pad is surrounded by grassy areas making it a perfect area to set up a blanket and have a picnic.
The playground is only a few steps away and you also can take a break from the splash pad and enjoy a short walk around the community centre as there is a large paved path.
Looking for more places to explore and play? Then check out the Playgrounds in Mississauga, Brampton and Halton.
Looking for a Day trip? Why not adventure a little further and checkout these suggestions from our friends at Active Parents -> Splash Pads in Burlington and Oakville.
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