Splash pads, sometimes called a spray pool, are great for all ages. With little or no standing water there is no need for a lifeguard, with little risk of drowning. Most splash pads are open Memorial Day to Labor Day. Please see individual sites for more information.
631 Winneconne Avenue, Neenah
The firefighter-themed splash pad is complete with a splash fire hydrant, fire truck, fire house and more for fun water play adventures and cool summertime play! Open Memorial Day through Labor Day from 10 am – 8 pm.
W4690 Castle Drive, Sherwood
The temperature must be 63 degrees Fahrenheit or warmer and not raining outside (or in the forecast). Open from 10 am – 8 pm. No food is allowed inside the water structure. A fence surrounds the splash pad so little ones stay contained! Bathrooms, park, and picnic area nearby. Contact the Village Office with any questions or confirm its open at (920)989-1589 during office hours (Monday – Friday 8:30 am -4:30 pm).
Learn more about Wanick-Choute Park!
Georgia/Ohio Street, Oshkosh
South Park is also the home of Oshkosh’s Inclusive Park. This park is accessible by all with ramps, shade canopies, and a rubber surface. Visit on Wednesday afternoons and grab a bite to eat at the Farmer’s Market from 3 – 7 pm.
650 E High Street, Seymour
Opened in 2019, small and perfect for the preschool set! Open 9 am – 8 pm. Follow their Facebook page for updates.
Green Bay Splash Pads
Red Smith Park, 2765 Sussex Street, Green Bay
Red Smith Park has new restrooms an a ADA compliant walkway from the parking lot to the park and throughout.
Downtown Green Bay City Deck, Pine Street, Green Bay
At the foot of Pine Street at Green Bay’s City Deck, there is a very simple splash pad where the water is the focus for fun.
Fisk Park, 995 Dousman Street, Green Bay
Another simple little splash pad, located in Fisk Park. Perfect for playground play and cooling off after on a summer day.
Seymour Park, 330 South Oakland Avenue, Green Bay
You’ll find another little breezy splash pad in Seymour Park with a few ground sprays for cooling off.
Fort Howard Park, 714 Augusta Street, Green Bay
This splash pad has a fun globe theme!
Bay View Park, 1137 Vanderbraak Street, Green Bay
Small and simple splash pad in a neighborhood park.
Other Mentions Around Wisconsin
Fitchburg Splash Pad
2930 Chapel Valley Road, Fitchburg
Fitchburg Splash Pad is FREE, open daily from 10 am – 8 pm. There are 3 zones: Toddler, pre-teen, and family.
Marathon Park Splash Pad
1201 Stewart Avenue, Wausau
Everyone entering the Marathon Park Splash Pad fence must pay the entry fee, 50 cents for all ages.
Hartland Splash Pad
Nixon Park, 175 Park St, Hartland
We’ve been warned that Hartland Splash Pad has extra chilly water making it a great spot to cool off on a summer day if you find yourself on an adventure near Hartland.
PLEASE NOTE: Some readers were disappointed with some of the Green Bay splash pads. Read more feedback on our Facebook page. If there is no picture, we have personally not visited it. This list is compiled by reader suggestions and online research.
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