Spraygrounds and Splash Areas in and around Louisville
Spraygrounds and splashpads in Louisville are a great way for the kids to cool off in summer!
Are you searching for “spraygrounds near me” on your phone? Welcome to our website! We have all of the information for parks that have spraygrounds or splashpads. You can have fun and stay cool this summer with your kids.
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If you don’t have access to a pool, there are many FREE options to cool down and get wet during the hot months in and around Louisville.
Many of the metro parks have spray areas and splash pads for lots of fun on really hot summer days as do other locations. They are free and most are surrounded by all of the other amenities like playgrounds and picnic areas.
Here’s a list of the free spraygrounds!
Spraygrounds and splashpads are really great for families with small children. Pools can be difficult with many quick little kids to keep track of deep water around. With the sprayground, they can still get wet and cool off without the worries of a pool.
Plus, I feel like you can pop in and out of a sprayground pretty quickly. Bring chairs for relaxing, buckets to fill, hats and sunscreen, and have fun!
Free Spraygrounds near Louisville
Louisville Metro Parks Spraygrounds are all OPEN for 2021 as of April 9, 2021!
Looking for more spraygrounds? We told you there are many. You could do a sprayground or splash pad tour each summer! Here are some more options for splashing and cooling off.
Robsion Park (Lyndon)
Silver Street Park (New Albany)
The Parklands of Floyds Fork- Broad Run Park – OPEN as of May 1.
For a fee/membership:
There are some spraygrounds and splash pads within venues that require a fee. Here are some of those options.
The new Clarksville Cove has three splash pads. (Not opening 2020)
Jeffersonville Aquatic Center has a sprayground area. (Not opening 2020)
New Albany’s River Run has a splash area (Not opening 2020)
Kentucky Kingdom has a shallow splash area
Calypso Cove (YMCA Northeast) has a spray area
E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park has a new splash pad at their pool! (Not opening 2020)
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