The minute the temperatures begin to increase and Spring rears it’s warm and windy head, the question on everyone’s mind is always the same, “When will the splash pad be on?” We know the heat is tough to bear without a water feature, and thankfully as we move through April this year the temperature have stayed fairly tame. The good news is, we have some solid information, the not as good news is, we won’t have widespread splashing for Spring Break, at least not at every park.
The City of Henderson offers 16 splash pads in its parks. According to their web site, the water features will be available beginning May 1 and are operational until September 30. Henderson also has a splash pad specifically for dogs located in the Bark Park at Heritage Park.
The City of Las Vegas boasts an amazing lists of public parks and facilities. Barring any maintenance issues, park officials plan to have the city’s splash pads up and running by May 1. You can find a complete list of the city parks here, including a park locator.
The City of North Las Vegas offers a complete list of its parks and amenities online. All North Las Vegas splash pads were turned on the first week of April.
The Summerlin Council maintains 18 parks within the master-planned community. The parks are maintained with funds paid by homeowner due, but are kindly open to everyone. Four of the park have splash pads, South Tower, Paseos, Trails, and Ridgebrook. The splash pads are expected to be available beginning the first weekend of May.
The community of Providence, located in the Northwest part of town has three parks available. Knickerbocker Park feature a splash pad that opened on April 1st.
The splash pad located in the playground at Town Square has been turned on for 2017. It generally turns on earlier than most.
The splash pad at The District at Green Valley Ranch has been turned on for the 2017 season.
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