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PLEASE NOTE: As things continue to change during this time, it is always a good idea to verify details before visiting.
FREE Omaha Area Spraygrounds and Splash Parks:
Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily, beginning June 1st through Labor Day (September 7th).
- Benson Park, 7002 Military Ave.
- Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, 705 Riverfront Dr. (The Sprayground will turn off at 2 p.m. on Bridge Beats nights.)
- Fontenelle Park Sprayground, 4405 Fontenelle Blvd.
- Kountze Sprayground, 1920 Pinkney St.
- Levi Carter Park Sprayground, 809 Carter Lake Shore Dr.
- Miller Sprayground, 2707 Redick Ave.
- Morton Park Sprayground, 5724 S. 41st St.
- Orchard Park Sprayground, 6502 Hartman Ave.
- Seymour Smith ALL PLAY Park, 6802 Harrison St.
- Upland Sprayground, 3104 Jefferson St.
- Westwood Heights Sprayground, 12334 Seldin Dr.
Cimmaron Woods Splash Park – Open for 2020
In the neighborhood off of 108th and Harrison. (7419 S. 101st Ave., La Vista, NE.)
Coyote Run Splash Park – Open for 2020
Approximately 189th & Q, Omaha, NE. [5316 S 189th St]
Fairmount Park in Council Bluffs – Open June 15, 2020
Water playground, plaza, trail, and picnic areas.
The City of Papillion Parks Department – Now open for 2020
Splash pads open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
- Eagle Ridge Splash Pad – 2 blocks east of 66th St. and Ashwood Ave. in the Eagle Ridge subdivision. The splash pad is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Schwer Park Splash Pad – 800 W. Centennial Rd. The splash pad is open from noon to 7 p.m.
- First Street Plaza Splash Pad – This is a small water feature located on the corner of First St. and Washington St. in downtown Papillion. It is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The City of Fremont – June 2
Hours are 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily. All Splash Pads open through Labor Day.
- Ronin Park – 17th and Somers Ave.
- Miller Park – Jackson St. and “M” St.
- Ruwe Park – 5th & Howard
- Van Anda Park – Linden St. and Pebble St.
THE FOLLOWING SPLASH PARKS OPENING DATES ARE TBA.
We will update this as more information becomes available.
Shadow Lake Towne Center Splash Pad – 2020 TBA
The spray ground opens late May through Labor Day Weekend (11 a.m. – 6 p.m.), but will not be available during special events.
Stinson Park at Aksarben Village – 2020 TBA
Fun little water fountains provide big entertainment.
A small outdoor water play area that is typically open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Stone Ridge Splash Park – 2020 TBA
4655 N. 163rd St., Omaha, NE.
Carter Lake – 2020 TBA
Located at 12th and Redick.
Bayliss Park in Council Bluffs – 2020 TBA
The is a small interactive water component incorporated into the north side of the plaza. This is a small 12′ diameter area with child activated sprays that emanate from the plaza floor.
Location: 100 Pearl St., Council Bluffs, IA.
The water features will be located near River’s Edge Pavilion, throughout the grove, and next to the Plaza, and include an interactive 10-foot tall water wall, a flooding wading basin, water bubblers, spray jets and an illuminated fog feature, the first of its kind in the metro area. Located on the Council Bluffs side of the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge.
Buffalo Park in Springfield, NE – 2020 TBA
6th St. and Vine St. Open 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Alaskan Adventure Splash Pad at the Omaha Zoo – included with Admission
2020 UPDATE: Alaskan Adventure opened June 27 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily with a reduced capacity.
The Alaskan Adventure Splash Pad offers an excellent way for zoo visitors to cool off during a hot summer day. Be sure to bring a change of clothes. This is included with admission to the Zoo and is located near the north entrance.
Hours are weather-permitting.
Platte River State Park Spray and Splash Park
Platte River State Park – Not scheduled to open at this time in 2020
- A state-of-the-art two-tiered splash pad with three water slides, a waterfall, dump bucks, a fountain, and more. The upper level is designed for younger children while the lower level is designed for older kids.
- Admission: $3/person; Children 2 and under are free. Open on weekends only. Daily or annual State Park permit required.
Have a splashy fun summer!
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