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1 Jun
2012

Most of these splash parks are open from Memorial Day until Labor Day and close at dusk. If you know of a pool or splash park in the Miami Valley that's open to the public but has not been included, please share feel free to share it with is. We'd love to hear your personal opinion on any of the local pools and splash parks listed below.

 

Activity Center Park- Splash Park

221 N. Main St. (Centerville)
Cost: Free
Info: The park includes an all-access playground area with wide ramps, large swings, belt swings, infant swings, and benches that sway. Children of all abilities can play side by side on the play equipment. The sprayground is a zero depth splash pad with fun features that spray or dump water. The shelter has restrooms and picnic tables and can be reserved for groups of thirty or fewer for a fee.

 

Adventure Reef- Waterpark

2900 Glengarry Dr (Kettering)
Cost: Admission charged
Info: Interactive splash pad, leisure pool with large water playground, the highest and fastest slides in Montgomery County, two water slides with their own splash pool, a waterfall pool, a sun-bathing area, a bathhouse with lockers, showers and restrooms, and a concession stand and patio

 

The Greene- Splash Fountain

51 Plum St (Beavercreek)
Cost: Free
Info: Interactive fountain with various spray patterns

 

Island MetroPark- Splash Fountain

101 E. Helena Street (Dayton)
Cost: Free
Info: A visit with children to Island MetroPark is not complete unless you stop and enjoy the water play feature, open daily 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Check out the newly installed surface under the fountains at Island MetroPark that is made from 100% recycled Ohio tires -- good for the Earth and good for active kids!

 

Kennedy Park- Splash Park

5073 Bigger Road (Kettering)
Cost: Free
Info: Newly redesigned park features a Farm Themed playground and splash park. Picnic table seating is very limited.

 

Mallory Park- Splash Park

Germantown at Burwood (Dayton)
Cost: Free
Info: Features a Splash Pad

 

McIntosh Park- Splash Park

Riverview at Edwin C. Moses Boulevard (Dayton)
Cost: Free
Info: Features a flower themed splash pad

 

Orchardly Park-Splash Park

Wonderly Ave and Delanie Ave
Cost: Free
Info: Located in the southeast section of the city, Orchardly Park includes a playground for small children, a spray pool, a full basketball court, two tennis courts, and a small ball diamond. The shelter house is reservable for groups; restrooms are available on site. Orchardly Park is located in the block between Wonderly Avenue and Orchard Drive on Delaine Avenue.

 

RiverScape MetroPark- Splash Fountains

111 E. Monument Ave (Dayton)
Cost: Free
Info: Features an interactive splash fountain

 

Stuart Patterson Park- Splash Park

238 Baltimore St. (Dayton)
Cost: Free
Info: Features a splash pad

 

Thomas A. Cloud Park- Splash Park

Brandt Pike & Harshman Road (Dayton)
Cost: Free
Info: Features a splash pad

 

Walnut Hills- Splash Park

2300 Block of Wayne Ave (Dayton)
Cost: Free
Info: Features a splash pad

 

Washington Park- Splash Park

East Second Street at Garland Avenue (Dayton)
Cost: Free
Info: Features a splash pad

 

Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark- Splash Park

1301 E. Siebenthaler Ave (Dayton)
Cost: Free
Info: The Children’s Discovery Garden is a child-friendly place to discover, experience and love our world through gardening. Divided into three main areas, the garden offers opportunities to play among interesting and whimsical plant displays, learn about Ohio habitats, and grow vegetables and other backyard plants.


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