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    Splash Pads


    Splash pads are closed for the season. Date for re-opening: Saturday, May 19, 2018
    Splash pads are a family-friendly place for children to enjoy the warm weather in a safe and fun environment. Enjoy our splash pads in both Acton and Georgetown, open daily from the Saturday of Victoria Day Weekend to the Monday of Labour Day Weekend. Hours are 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., which may be extended during a heat alert.

    Splash Pad locations:
    Dominion Gardens Park: 135 Maple Avenue, Georgetown
    Gellert Community Centre: 10241 Eighth Line, GeorgetownDominion Gardens Splash Pad
    Prospect Park: 30 Park Avenue, Acton


    Splash Pad Dominion Gardens

      Dominion Gardens Splash Pad

    135 Maple Avenue East, Georgetown, ON

    The Dominion Gardens Park splash pad opened May 2009 and offers a range of new flower inspired water play features. Parking available at Christ the King School and Dominion Gardens Park parking lot.

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    Gellert Community Centre Splash Pad

      Gellert Community Park Splash Pad

    10241 Eighth Line, Georgetown, ON

    Providing an element of water play within the Gellert Community Park, the splash pad provides the perfect place to cool off after enjoying the playground, baseball diamonds and soccer fields.

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    Prospect Park Splash Pad

      Superior Glove Splash Pad

    30 Park Avenue, Acton, Ontario

    Located next to Fairy lake in Prospect park, the newest water play area has a fishing theme and boasts a range of jets and features of all ages.

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    Splash Pad Policy & Regulations

    • The Splash pad is not supervised, as there is no standing water within the water area.
    • Is intended to provide water play fun for toddlers and youth.
    • No pets
    • No bicycles
    • No Skateboards
    • No Rollerblades

    Please keep the area safe and the surface undamaged!



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