Splash pads start to open in Oakville as summer heat rolls in

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Published May 23, 2024 at 12:44 pm

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With the warm weather finally arriving, Oakville residents are already looking for ways to keep cool.

To help keep up with the demand, the Town of Oakville is beginning to open local splash pads, with seven of 22 so far open.

Here are the locations of the seven open splash pads:

  • Coronation Park, 1426 Lakeshore Road West
  • Fowley Park, 95 Fowley Drive
  • Nautical Park, 355 Nautical Boulevard
  • Neyagawa Park, 540 River Glen Boulevard
  • Oakville Trafalgar Community Centre, 325 Reynolds Street
  • Pine Glen Park, 1482-1520 Pine Glen Road
  • Postridge Park, 400 Postridge Drive

These 15 splash pads are still listed as closed and there’s no specific opening date yet:

  • Forster Park, 100 North Forster Park Drive
  • Heritage Way Park, 1659 Heritage Way
  • Isaac Park, 3086 Isaac Avenue
  • Martindale Park, 240 Martindale Avenue
  • Millbank Park, 166 Glenashton Drive
  • Munn’s Creek Park, 153 River Oaks Boulevard West
  • Old Abbey Lane Park, 1110 Old Abbey Lane
  • Saw Whet Park, 2360 Saw Whet Boulevard
  • Sixteen Hollow Park, 2140 Westoak Trails
  • Travertine Park, 3145 Travertine Drive
  • Valleybrook Park, 1150 Valleybrook Drive
  • Valleyridge Park, 2524 Valleyridge Drive
  • West Oak Trails Park, 2860 West Oak Trails Boulevard
  • William Rose Park, 455 Wheat Boom Drive
  • Wynten Way Park, 2495 Wynten Way

Here are some of the rules visitors should be aware of:

  • Pets are not allowed on the splash pad and playground area
  • All children must have adult supervision at all times
  • Swim diapers are required for all children under 4 years of age
  • Swim suits and/or appropriate attire must be worn at all times
  • Footwear/sandals are strongly recommended
  • No food or beverages of any kind on the splash pad
  • No glass containers or breakable objects allowed on the splash pad
  • No skateboards, roller blades, bicycles, and/or scooters allowed on the splash pad.
  • All participants must conduct themselves in a courteous, safe and family-orientated manner
  • The splash pad, playground area and/or pavilions cannot be reserved for private parties or functions
  • Splash pads cannot be booked for private functions

For more information on splash pads, or to see when new ones are opened for the season, visit the Town website.

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