Charlotte Area Splash Pads

Charlotte Area Splash Pads

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Indian Trail- Crooked Creek Splash Pad (5900 Oakwood Lane, Indian Trail)- One of our favorite parks in Union County, Crooked Creek Park offers two play grounds, multiple ball fields, shelters, trails and a fully fenced splash pad. Slated to open Memorial Day weekend, the splash pad is typically open from 9a to 7p.

Stallings- Stallings Municipal Park (340 Stallings Rd, Stallings)- Stallings Municipal Park has three playgrounds, tennis courts, open fields a music amphitheater and shelters plus a large open splash pad. While no opening date has been set, it will be open before it gets too hot!

Matthews- Brace Family YMCA (3127 Weddington Rd, Matthews)- Your membership to the YMCA may gain you access to this pool and fun waterpark. It is open daily from 12:00 - 4:00 PM, with splash park and swim lanes for bigs and little kids. The zero entry water is great for toddlers and there is a snack bar for quick eats. You may also be able to secure day passes or transfers from other YMCAs.

Pineville- Pineville Lake Park Splash Pad (1000 Johnston Dr, Pineville)- Opening Memorial Day weekend, this splash pad is one of the best in the South Charlotte area and is easily accessed from Fort Mill and Tega Cay! Plenty of space to run and play, bathrooms and shelters for shade - this is among our favorites.

Charlotte- Blakeney Shopping Center Splash Pad (The intersection of Ardrey Kell and Rea Roads, Charlotte)- While it wasn't open during the summer of 2020, we anticipate that this year (2021) the Splash Pad will once again open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The hours of operation are 9am – 10pm, daily. Service is suspended during inclement weather.

Charlotte- Waverly Splash Pad (Waverly Walk, Charlotte)-
Whether you've been shopping or dining or just want to come out and let the kids run on the green, this splash pad is a favorite among South Charlotte parents and caregivers. Grab some coffee or ice cream and let the kids play while you enjoy this beautiful weather. There's a parking deck around back - since parking can be an issue. Currently, this splash pad is CLOSED while there is construction on-site, but will be open sometime this summer (2021)

Charlotte- The Green (400 S. Tryon St, Charlotte)- The heart of uptown offers kids an opportunity to frolic in the water among the tall skyscrapers and fun uptown vibe. The green is perfect for littles to run and play and the water features look like fish. No bathrooms or shelters, but good clean fun, nonetheless.

Charlotte- First Ward Park (301 E Seventh Street, Charlotte)- Across from the 7th Street Market and ImaginOn, this is one of our family favorite spots when we make a trip uptown! No bathrooms, but no worries. You can pop over to 7th Street market for that. There are garages and street parking options around.

Charlotte- Latta Park Splash Pad (601 E. Park Ave., Charlotte)- This sweet little neighborhood park has a wonderful splash pad and open area for the kids to enjoy. It is fenced and that also makes a parents job a little easier when it gets crowded. There are some shady spots, public restrooms and shelter for lunch or a break. Parking can be a problem on crowded days, but pro-tip is to get there early!

Charlotte- Levine JCC Aquatic Center (5007 Providence Road, Charlotte)- Membership is required at the Levine JCC, but the aquatic center is amazing. This summer, the pool area will be operating at full capacity, though reservations will be required. The zero-entry pool is perfect for littles and the big slide area is fun for strong swimmers. Between the lap pool and the plunge pool, you'll find an awesome and fenced splash pad that even bigger kids like.

Charlotte- Harris YMCA Pool and Splash Park (5900 Quail Hollow Road)- Harris YMCA Pool and Splash Park ~ 5900 Quail Hollow Road
Your membership to the YMCA may gain you entrance to this awesome pool and waterpark. Perfect for littles and bigs, there is a huge outdoor waterpark AND an indoor water park, too! You may also be able to secure day passes or transfers from other YMCAs.

Charlotte- Morrison Family YMCA Water Park (9405 Bryant Farms Road, Charlotte)- Your membership to the YMCA may gain you access to one of our family's favorite nearby water parks. When the kids were little, the shallow water filled with slides and play structures kept them busy for hours and now that they are bigger there are bigger slides to play on. There's plenty of shade and a snack bar also. You may also be able to secure day passes or transfers from other YMCAs.

Fort Mill- Carolina Harbour Waterpark at Carowinds (300 Carowinds Blvd, Fort Mill)- Carowinds is reopening at the end of May, 2021 and with your entrance, you have access to the Carolina Harbour Waterpark. This massive waterpark features everything from giant water slides and wave pools to large play structures and a three-acre kids’ area. If you have a preschooler, you may still be eligible for the Preschool Pass and Gold Passes typically pay for themselves if you plan to visit the park more than 4 times throughout the year.

Fort Mill- Steele Street Park (600 Steele Street, Fort Mill)- Steele Street Park is a 5 acre park located in the Steele Street neighborhood between Berry Street and McGee Street. The Park features tons of fun from a lighted Basketball court to children's playground and the Water Spray Park that opens Memorial Day Weekend and closes the second week of September. The water spray park is open every day from 10a - 8:30p

Fort Mill- Baxter Close YMCA (857 Promenade Walk, Fort Mill)- Complete with plunge and lap pools for adults and big-kids, plus the shallow water park with fun splash attractions, this splash pad is accessible with your membership. You may also be able to secure day passes or transfers from other YMCAs.

Clover- Clover Splash Pad (499 Memorial Drive, Clover)- This 21-acre park in Clover features lots of family fun, but most importantly, a splash pad that is open from Memorial Day through the second week of September. Typical hours are as follows:

Monday-Saturday ~ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm / 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm / 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sunday ~ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm / 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Date: July 5, 2021
Time: 9:00am - 9:00pm

This event also occurs on 07/26/2021, 08/02/2021, 08/30/2021, 09/06/2021




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