This Weekend: Splash Pads
If you're looking for a way to cool off this weekend, you can find several splash pads around the state.
Looking for a way to stay cool without diving into a pool or driving to the beach? There are several splash pads all over Connecticut that offer sprays and spouts for children to run through.
The Dinosaur Place in the Oakdale section of Montville has a splash pad that is one of the largest in New England. It offers more than 12,000 square feet of fountains and spouts to play in. Admission to The Dinosaur Place includes several other outdoor adventure activities. For more information, click here.
Several other cities and towns offer splash pads at municipal parks.
Here is a list of a few:
- Colchester- Recreational Complex- free
- New Britain- Willow Street Park- free
- Bristol- Rockwell Park- free
- Windham- Lauter Park- free
- West Hartford- Wolcott Park
- West Hartford- Kennedy Park
- New Haven- Newhallville Park- free
- New Haven- Lighthouse Point Park- free for residents, if not $20 to park
- New Haven- South Genesee Park- free
- New Haven- View Street Park- free
- New Haven- Edgewood Park- free
- New Haven- Lewis Street Park in Fair Haven- free
- Hartford -Colt Park - Wethersfield Avenue- free for residents
- Hartford- Goodwin Park - Maple Avenue- free for residents
- Hartford- Hyland/Rocky Ridge - Summit Terrace- free for residents
- Hartford- Keney Park - Tower Avenue- free for residents
- Hartford- Sigourney Square Park- free for residents
- Hartford- Kevin Anderson Park- free for residents
- Hartford- South End Park- free for residents
- Hartford- Foster Park- free for residents
- Hartford- Lozada Park- free for residents