Summer Fun Series: Omaha Spraygrounds and Splash Parks!

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This is part of the Summer Fun Series, highlighting all of the Free Summer Activities in Omaha including movies, concerts, reading programs, spraygrounds, and more!

Summer means it is time for waterparks and spraygrounds!  Kids love to play with water – water balloons, water guns, swimming, water tables, hoses, buckets of water, sprinklers, water slides – anything with water, and the boredom goes away!

Omaha has many Fun and Free Spraygrounds to stay cool on a hot summer day!

  • The City of Omaha Parks and Recreation has five spraygrounds in the city.  Hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, Memorial Day through Labor Day:
    • Fontenelle Park Sprayground, 4405 Fontenelle Boulevard (map)
    • Kountze Sprayground, 1920 Pinkney (map)
    • Orchard Park Sprayground, 66th and Hartman (map)
    • Upland Sprayground, 3104 Jefferson Street (map)
    • Westwood Heights Sprayground, 12334 Seldin Drive (map)
  • Shadow Lake Towne Center Sprayground - The SprayGround will be operational throughout the week and weekends during shopping center hours, but will be not be available during special events. Hours are 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily, Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day.
  • N 163rd Street and Butler Avenue (NE of 168th and Maple) – Thanks Amber’s!
  • By 36th and Harrison – just take Harrison going south and you will run into it - Thanks Shawna!
  • Cimarron Woods neighborhood off 108th and Harrison – Thanks Ashley!

Fremont has 3 Splash Pads:

  • Ronin Park – 17th and Somers Avenue
  • Memorial Park – Lincoln & Military Avenue
  • Miller Park – Jackson and “M” Streets

Where are your favorite spraygrounds and splash parks in Omaha?

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Comments

  1. Wish there was one out west.

  2. There is a small spray park between 156th Maple and Fort. It’s tucked in a neighborhood. It’s not big but it’s great for kids 5 and under.

    • Thank you for sharing!

    • Looking for the splashpad between fort & maple. Can you give a street address? Have my 4yr old grandson visiting. Thanks!

      • It is tucked in a neighborhood and a little tricky to find. Go North off Maple on 160th Street and follow it (veer to the left at one point) until it turns into Butler Ave, and then you should see it. Have a fun time with your grandson!

  3. There is a spray ground out west just north of 160th and Maple around N 163rd St. and Butler Avenue. It is a pretty good one the same size as the other Omaha parks & Rec ones.

  4. there is also one by 36th and harrison just take harrison going south and you will run into it

    • Thank you, Shawna! We will add it to the list!

    • I am a little confused about this one on 36th and Harrison. Where exactly is is located? Harrison runs East and West so I am not too sure which direction to drive. Thanks!

      • Hmmm, maybe take 36th Street South of Harrison? If anyone else has been there, please let us know. I will try to find it this week, as I am curious, too!

  5. There is one in cimarron woods neighborhood off 108th and Harrison tucked into a neighborhood too.

  6. Adriana says:

    We took our daughter to the small park on 156th and maple, and it was nice. The only problem was the cement floor. It was rugged and sharp like razors. My daughter fell down and sliced up her leg and foot. Looking around, I noticed all the kids had cuts all over their feet. They need to make a surface a lilt more child friendly, because they will fall.

  7. I could have sworn they were building one off of 190th and Dodge St across 190th from the Women’s Hospital. I haven’t been that way much since my daughter was born in 2012 but it would be worth a look.

  8. Danesta says:

    Looking for.directions to the splashground on 163rd and Butler, please and thanks!!

    • It is tucked in a neighborhood and a little tricky to find. Go North off Maple on 160th Street and follow it (veer to the left at one point) until it turns into Butler Ave, and then you should see it. Have fun!

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