Looking to keep the kids cool during the summer? Jacksonville Splash Pads and Spray Grounds are available at many public parks! Many of the splash pads are completely free to visit and are a great way to have some summer fun and beat the heat. If you’re looking for an easy way to find a splash pad near you, be sure to download our free printable splash pad map for Jacksonville.
A fan favorite, Abess Park is small, but has a lot of offer. There is a playground, lots to climb on and picnic tables. The splash pad opens Memorial Day weekend and is the perfect way to keep the kids cool. This water feature is open for the 2021 season.
Address: 12743 Abess Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32225
Come for the beach, stay for the splash pad and playground. Hanna Park playground got a major overhaul a few years ago and has plenty for kids of all ages and the Hanna Park Splash Pad has been recently updated as well. The splash pad opens Memorial Day weekend and is open for the 2021 season.
Cost: $5 per car
Address: 500 Wonderwood Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32233
Located at the Jacksonville Zoo, this splash pad opens in April and is included with your zoo admission. There is ample seating for parents, just make sure you pack a swim diaper for the little ones. This water feature is open for the 2021 season.
Cost: Free with admission to Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens
Address: 370 Zoo Pkwy, Jacksonville, FL 32218
Situated under the sprawling oaks in the Mandarin area of Jacksonville, Losco Park offers kids a huge climbing structure, swings, picnic tables and a splash pad that opens Memorial Day weekend. This splash pad is currently being updated and isn’t open for the season yet.
Address: 10931 Hood Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257
In the heart of Murray Hill is a hidden gem. This large splash pad keeps the kids cool as they play on the playground located right next door. This water feature is open for the 2021 season.
Address: 4208 Kingsbury Street, Jacksonville, FL 32205
Nothing beats a day at the beach, except maybe the beach and a splash pad! Located at the St. Augustine Pier, this spray ground has a large open area with small sprays for little kids and a larger water feature big kids will love. There is an adjacent playground and it’s located just steps from the ocean. This water feature is open for the 2021 season.
Address: 350 A1A Beach Blvd, St Augustine Beach, FL 32080
Located in the heart of Jacksonville Beach, Sunshine Park has lots for kids to do and the splash pad will help you keep cool in the summer. This water feature opened April 1st for the 2021 season.
Address: 2514 S Beach Pkwy, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
The playground at Wiley Road might be small, but the splash pad packs a big punch. There’s lots of shade for parents as they keep an eye on little ones. This water feature is open for the 2021 season.
Address: 6750 Wiley Road, Jacksonville, FL 32210