7111 Talbert Ave (Youth Shelter & Amphitheater), Huntington Beach, CA 92844 (714) 892-6015
If you plan on visiting Adventure Playground, plan on having a blast while getting dirty! It is an outdoor play experience designed for children 5-12 years old. Kids can raft on a small pond, go down a mud slide, go across a rope bridge and build forts with wood. Admission is $4 per child. Adults 16 and older are free. Open from June 17 through August 16, 2019 Monday-Saturday 10am – 4pm; Closed Sunday. Cost is $4. Beginning April 1, 2019, reservations can be made by calling the Community Services Department at (714) 536-5486. Beginning June 17, 2019, all reservations are handled by contacting the Adventure Playground Staff at (714) 842-7442.
Atlantis Play Center: Opens June 4
13630 Atlantis Way, Garden Grove, CA 92844 (714) 892-6015
One of my favorite parks in Orange County, this adorable splash pad is located in a historic park in Garden Grove. The splash pad’s water is scheduled to start up June 4th through August 30th. Hours include: Mondays: CLOSED Tuesdays – Fridays: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Saturdays: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sundays: 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Citrus Spash Park:
1250 Santana Way, Corona, CA 92881 (951) 736-2241
Citrus Park at 1250 Santana Way [MAP], the Citrus Splash Zone features a number of water features including spraying jets and water cannons – making it a cool and fun activity for all ages to enjoy! The Citrus Splash Zone at Citrus Park is open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. from May 1 to September 30.
Crown Valley Community Park Splash Pad:
29751 Crown Valley Parkway, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677 (714) 425-5100
Now Open: Crown Valley Community Park has just been remodeled with it’s newest feature – a splash pad or “spray ground,” with 20 separate water features. In light of the drought and to protect users, the splash pad has a closed-loop system with chlorinated water and will be open seasonally. Also part of the remodel are two new ADA-accessible playgrounds with rubberized surfaces, for 2- to 5-year-olds and for 5- to 12-year-olds. They are located at the north side of the park inside a fenced area. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Memorial Day May 27, 2019 through Labor Day September 2, 2019.
Harry M Dotson Park:
10350 Fern St. Stanton, CA 92841 (714) 379-9222 x 270
Harry M Dotson Park, also knows as the “Pirate Park” is a themed park in Stanton with one entrance with an open gate. There are two play structures, one a gigantic pirate ship and the other one for toddlers. The saloon splash pad opens Memorial Day weekend, May 25, 2019 and will continue through Labor Day, September 2nd, 2019. Hours are 12 p.m – 5 p.m.
1400 Mitchell Ave. Tustin, CA 92782 (714) 573-3000
A fun park in Tustin, Frontier has play structures, fitness equipment, disk golf course, open grassy areas and a splash pad. This water feature will be open 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Memorial Day (May 27) through Labor Day (September 2nd).
Heritage Park Splash Pad:
14301 Yale Avenue, Irvine, CA (949)724-6750
There is a nice playground and the splash pad consists of a star with water that shoots up in arches. Fun for the kiddos. This splash pad runs year round because of specific water recycling features built into the facility.
Lemon Park Spray Pool:
701 S. Lemon Street Fullerton, CA 92832 (714) 738-6575
The Spray Pool is open daily, May 25 through August 4 and weekends only through September 22 (plus Labor Day, Monday, September 2) from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Remember, you must wear a bathing suit to play in the Spray Pool.
10250 Pioneer Road Tustin, CA 92782 (714) 573-3000
A fun park in Tustin, Pioneer has play structures, open grassy areas and a splash pad that will be open 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Memorial Day (May 27th) through Labor Day (September 2nd)
Rancho Jurupa Park:
4800 Crestmore Road, Riverside, CA 92509 – Phone: 951-684-7032
A gorgeous 200-acre recreational area with many amenities. Activities include a thrilling splash pad for water play, a rock climbing playground, miniature golf surrounded by spectacular waterfalls, and a disc golf course. Splash pad will be open 10am to 6pm (7 Days a week) April 19, 2019 through Labor Day.
* Hours for splash based based on weather conditions, inclement weather may affect these hours.. For more information, please contact (800) 234-PARK (7275).
Splash Pad at Sigler Park:
7200 Plaza Street Westminster, CA 92683 (714) 895-2860
Located in Westminster, this splash pad is in a beautiful park setting with the splash pad enclosed with a gate. Picnic tables are available to sit on and watch the youngsters enjoy the water but if I recall, you are not allowed to bring food into the splash area. Hours of operation for the 2019 season: Weekends: May 25th through June 16th; Daily June 22nd through September 2nd. Hours: 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (weather permitting) Note: Splash Pad shuts off 15 minutes before closing time. Thursday, July 18th Splash Pad will open 2-5pm due to Safety Day.
Stanton Central Park:
10660 Western Ave. Stanton, CA 92841 (714) 890-4268
The newest of parks in Stanton, the Central Park offers an interactive Water Play Area that opens Memorial Day weekend, May 27, 2019 and will continue through Labor Day, September 2nd, 2019. Monday – Sunday 12-5 p.m.
Terramor Aquatic Park:
26281 O’Neill Drive Ladera Ranch, CA
Now if you are looking for something a little more adventurous, check out the following locations:
Buccaneer Bay at La Mirada Regional Aquatics Center :
13806 La Mirada Blvd. La Mirada, CA 90638 (714) 902-3191
“Buccaneer Bay” is loads of family fun with a pirate themed water park. Enjoy a floating river, three water slides and a kids interactive play structure. The zero-depth beach entry and two spray pad areas are perfect for the little ones. Pirate themed elements include: a marooned ship, a dramatic skull rock, shade canopies that resemble sails, cannon walls, wharf plank benches, and crow’s nests. The park opens weekends 10:30am – 5:30pm on Saturday, May 25, 2019 through Sunday September 29, 2019. The park will be open daily June 1 through August 11, 2019 10:30am – 5:30pm.
Buccaneer Cove at Boomers Irvine:
3405 Michelson Drive, Irvine CA (949) 559-38341
Buccaneer Cove, the newest attraction is now open at Boomers, Irvine. It’s a super-sized water play area that’s five levels high with slippery slides, wet tunnels, spray loops and a huge splash bucket. Children have so much fun with the spray cannons and the interactive aqua dome. There is over 1000 feet of water slides for older kids and the smaller kids will enjoy a kiddie slide and a splash pad area. Buccaneer Cove Opens weekends Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day! May 25th – June 11th and open daily June 10th – September 2nd. $21.99 all day admission; $5 non participant; Children 2 and under are free.
Knott’s Soak City:
8039 Beach Blvd, Buena Park, CA 90620 (714) 220-5200
Across from Knott’s Berry Farm, Knott’s Soak City offers guests a little bit of everything when it comes to water entertainment. For the little ones, there is a kiddie lagoon, the lazy river and the wave pool. For the daring, there are several slides that will keep you coming back for more. Soak City opens May 25, 2019 at 10:00am daily May 25th through August 25th and select days in September.
111 Raging Waters Dr, San Dimas , CA 91773 (909) 802-2200
Raging Waters Los Angeles is a great place to visit for splashing fun! With 50 beautifully landscaped acres of slides, attractions and our own sand beach, they offer family fun for everyone. Grab a board and catch a gnarly wave on the Flowrider, or race for the win on the super-fast Ragin’ Racer. There is also several areas for the youngsters with different levels and slide speeds. The park opens for select days beginning May 18th, but will be open daily June 1st through August 25, 2019. Daily hours may vary. Refer to Raging Waters’ website for current times.
All days of operation and hours are subject to change. Please contact individual cities for questions regarding the parks, reservations, water schedule.
5 thoughts on “Orange County Splash Pads and Water Parks Opened For Summer 2019”
This is a great list, thank you! We can’t wait to start visiting these parks. I wonder if there are going to be any problems with them in regards to the drought.
Thank you so much, and for sharing it too!
you may have found this out by now, but I was at heritage park today and the water was on 🙂
Any of these look like a cool way to spend a hot Summer day. As a teen, I loved spending Summer days in the water!