Cool Off This Summer at One of Arlington's Four Splash Pads
By Arlington Parks & Recreation
Posted on June 24, 2021, June 24, 2021

Kids playing in a splash pad

Splash Pads are fun, free and a great way to beat the summer heat.

The park splash pads, which opened May 29, are open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily through Labor Day. After Labor Day, they are open weekends only, through the end of September.

Each location includes different water features from spraying palm trees to ground jets.

3 Park Splash Pad Locations

  • Don Misenhimer Park Splash Pad - 201 E Lonesome Dove Tr, 76002
    Don Misenhimer is a neighborhood spray ground featuring fountains and fixtures perfect for younger children, including a dolphin fountain, spraying palm tree and jets reaching upwards of ten feet. The park also features a basketball court, pavilion, two playgrounds and a practice field. This park also has public restrooms.
  • Brantley Hinshaw Park Splash Pad - 2121 Overbrook Dr, 76014
    Brantley Hinshaw park has a spray ground perfect for younger children. The spray ground features a spiral, spraying tunnel and arch as well as ground jets. The park also features a basketball court, practice fields, picnic area and two playgrounds.
  • California Lane Park Splash Pad - 2001 California Ln, 76015
    California Lane park's spray ground features a spray tunnel and arch, ground jets and a spinning water play station. The park also features a pavilion, practice fields, basketball courts and two playgrounds.

Recreation Center Splash Pad

  • The Beacon Recreation Center - 1100 Mansfield Webb Road, 76002
    And don’t forget our newest splash pad located at The Beacon Recreation Center. The splash pad features a water maze and spray ground as well as covered shelters available for rent. Splash pad use is available for members or enjoy access with a $8 day pass. The Beacon's splash pad is open March 1 through Oct. 31, pending weather. Hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sundays.

Click here to learn more about Arlington Parks & Recreation's splash pads, six outdoor pools and the indoor pools at the East Library and Recreation Center and Arlington ISD Natatorium.

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