Fight the heat with a splash of water! Bring a chair and relax while the children cool off.
All ages; May 1-Sept. 30; Mon.-Sat.; 10 am-7 pm (3-7 pm when school is in session at Gray's Creek, Massey Hill and Spivey); Sun.; 2-7 pm; Free
9/30/19: Due to this week’s forecasted high temperatures, FCPR is extending the splash pad operations for an additional week. Splash pads throughout the City and County were scheduled to be closed at the end of operating hours today. Splash pads will now conclude operations on Sun., Oct. 6.
Infrequently, FCPR splash pads may be purposely turned off to prevent damage to filtration systems. These mechanical issues arise when large amounts of debris, such as grass clippings and pine needles, accumulate in the system due to heavy rains. For planning purposes, please be sure to check the weather forecast prior to visiting an FCPR splash pad.
2721 Ball Park Road, 323-0707
Splash Pad at Gray's Creek Park
5151 Celebration Drive, 433-1015
Splash Pad at J.S. Spivey Recreation Center*
500 Fisher Street, 433-1572
Splash Pad at Kiwanis Recreation Center
352 Devers Street, 433-1568
Splash Pad at Linden Little River Park
5010 Loop Road, 980-0119
Splash Pad at Massey Hill Recreation Center
1612 Camden Road, 433-1569
Splash Pad at Myers Recreation Center
1018 Rochester Drive, 433-1570
Splash Pad at Wade Community Park
4060 Church Street, 485-3502
Splash Pad at Willie J. Burnette Park (Godwin)
4924 Markham Street, 980-1000
NEW IN 2019: Splash Pad Wheelchair Checkout
Starting in 2019, FCPR will have aquatic wheelchairs available for checkout at the Massey Hill Recreation Center splash pad, as well as the soon to be constructed Gilmore Therapeutic Recreation Center splash pad. Participants with the need for a wheelchair will be able to check one out during center operating hours for onsite usage. Funding for this project was provided by the Community/Emerging Opportunity Fund of Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc. FCPR splash pads will reopen for use on May 1, 2019.