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School’s out for summer! Summertime in Indianapolis is simply the best. Long days in the sunshine that lead to relaxing evenings with family. Parents, are you looking for ways to keep your kiddos busy? In the last few years, splash pads have popped up around the Indy area and are wildly popular during the summer months.

A fun and FREE activity with your kiddos?! Count us in! Splash pads are the perfect place for kids to cool off and release some energy. Read more for a few of the best places to SPLASH around Indy!

1. LAWRENCE W. INLOW PARK (CARMEL)

Check out this huge splash pad at Lawrence Inlow Park! With 16 acres, there’s plenty to explore. There’s a playground adjacent to the splash pad for those who want to stay dry. Older kids can play nine holes of disc golf and parents can enjoy the shade of the beautiful wooded areas and multiple shelters.

LAWRENCE W. INLOW PARK
6310 E. MAIN STREET, CARMEL, IN 46033
HTTPS://WWW.CARMELCLAYPARKS.COM/PARKS/LAWRENCE-W-INLOW-PARK/

2. TARKINGTON PARK (BUTLER-TARKINGTON)

This splash pad stays true to it’s Indy 500 roots with the checkerboard theme! Bubbling water and “rocky” areas make this park a must-see in the Indy area. Plenty of bench seating for adults.

Lots of sunscreen required as this entire area is in full-sun.

TARKINGTON PARK
44 W 40TH STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46208
HTTPS://WWW.INDYPARKSFOUNDATION.ORG/PROJECT/PROJECT-3/

3. DAN WAKEFIELD PARK (BROADWAY & 61ST)

Conveniently located in Broad Ripple, this smaller splash pad offers in-ground sprinklers for your kiddos to cool off. Want to pack a lunch? Bench seating and open areas for picnics surround the splash pad. Dan Wakefield Park would be the perfect first splash pad experience for kiddos to get accustomed to the water in a smaller setting. The park also has a playground, sand volleyball court, and two tennis courts.

DAN WAKEFIELD PARK
6051 N BROADWAY STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46220
HTTP://FUNFINDER.INDY.GOV/#/DETAILS/101

4. WEST PARK (WEST CARMEL)

Love to dance in the rain? West Park’s splash pad simulates rain and stream runoff. The large playground area includes a giant spider web pyramid, a two-tier silo with slides, and farm-inspired playground sets. You may find a critter or two as you walk along the prairie maze or pond throughout the park’s 120 acres.

WEST PARK
2700 W. 116TH STREET, CARMEL, IN 46044
HTTPS://WWW.CARMELCLAYPARKS.COM/PARKS/WEST-PARK/

5. BILLERICAY PARK (FISHERS)

Billericay Park’s rainbow splash pad and castle tower cools kiddos off on those warm summer days. While known for their eight baseball fields, Billericay Park’s 44 acres also include three playground areas and two park shelters. After cooling off at the splash pad, explore nature throughout the park’s 1.75 miles of trails.

BILLERICAY PARK
12690 PROMISE ROAD, FISHERS, IN 46038
HTTPS://WWW.PLAYFISHERS.COM/FACILITIES/FACILITY/DETAILS/BILLERICAY-PARK-4

6. WESTERMEIER COMMONS AT CENTRAL PARK (CARMEL)

Central Park’s splash pad is like a walk through nature. Spray features resemble flowers and animals for kids to feel like they are surrounded by the park’s natural beauty. At a prime location in Carmel and with access to the Monon Trail, Central Park’s 159 acres truly have something for everyone in your family. The playground at Westermeier Commons is nestled into the side of a hill and offers over 25,000 square feet for your kiddos to let loose!

WESTERMEIER COMMONS AT CENTRAL PARK
1235 CENTRAL PARK DRIVE EAST, CARMEL, IN
HTTPS://WWW.CARMELCLAYPARKS.COM/PARKS/CENTRAL-PARK/

7. A FEW MORE SPLASH PADS/PARKS IN THE INDY AREA THAT YOU MAY WANT TO CONSIDER:

QUAKER PARK (WESTFIELD)
17501 DARTOWN ROAD, WESTFIELD, IN 46074
HTTPS://WWW.WESTFIELD.IN.GOV/EGOV/APPS/LOCATIONS/FACILITIES.EGOV?VIEW=DETAIL;ID=87
MULBERRY FIELDS (ZIONSVILLE)
9645 WHITESTOWN ROAD, ZIONSVILLE, IN ‎
HTTP://ZIONSVILLE-INDIANA.FUNCITYFINDER.COM/MULBERRY-FIELDS/
DILLON PARK (NOBLESVILLE)
701 CICERO ROAD, NOBLESVILLE, IN 46060
HTTPS://WWW.CITYOFNOBLESVILLE.ORG/PARKS/TOPIC/SUBTOPIC.PHP?TOPICID=38

Hot summer days in Indianapolis call for cooling off at splash pads! As one of the largest cities in the US, Indy continues to expand and offer fun activities for your family.

If I left out one of your favorite splash pads, let me know at [email protected]!

 
PICTURES FOUND ON SPLASH PAD WEBSITES REFERENCED IN THIS ARTICLE.
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Water Parks & Splash Pads in Hendricks County, Indiana

If pools aren’t your style, or you need an option where swimming isn’t required, there are several amazing splash pads.

Watermill Splash PadWatermill at Brownsburg's Williams Park

Located in the back of Williams Park in Brownsburg, the Watermill Splash Pad features 2,500 square feet of splash fun. This splash pad, which is part of Brownsburg Parks and Recreation, features amenities for all ages.

It’s a zero-depth splash pad with all kinds of water play from squirting to misting to shooting. For the braver kiddos, the Superwave (a huge bucket situated high above the ground) slowly fills with water and then douses kiddos with a 32-gallon downpour.

The entirety of Williams Park includes a themed wood playground structure, paved and natural wooded trails and tons of green grass to play in or relax with a picnic.

Washington Township Park Splash PadWashington Township Park Splash Pad

Even those who have lived in Avon awhile may not realize that Washington Township Park has a splash pad in the lower portion of their park. 

Just follow the road to the back of the park, head down the hill, and you’ll see it on the right-hand side. It’s located next to a shelter, bathrooms and a playground.

This is a perfect setup for those with kids of different ages. You will also find grassy areas and park trails to visit before or after you hit the splash pad.

For more information about splash pad hours, visit their website.

Hummel Park Splash PadHummel Park Splash Pad

Living in Avon, my kiddos and I don’t get to Guilford Township's Hummel Park in Plainfield often. But the first time we did, we were so surprised to see the splash pad. 

We had no idea it was there. It’s the perfect addition to this beautiful park that boasts shaded trails, two playgrounds and huge green fields to run through.

Though this splash pad is the smallest of our local ones and often fills up quickly, the fact that it is inside Hummel Park makes it a wonderful way to spend your time.

For more information on park hours, visit their website.

Sours: https://www.visithendrickscounty.com/blog/post/water-parks-splash-pads-in-hendricks-county-indiana/
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List of Indianapolis-area pools and splash pads

Kids keep cool by getting soaked at the Municipal Gardens splash park in Indianapolis.

Summer temperatures may leave you looking for a place to cool off across the Indianapolis area and there are plenty of options.

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Some pools are opening Memorial Day weekend while others are waiting until June. Check with your local facility for open dates and hours.

Here's a look at the Indy-area splash pads and aquatic facilities to help you stay cool over the summer:

Indy Parks & Recreation 

Indy Parks boasts 21 splash parks that are free to the public and 19 aquatic centers, according to their website. All spray parks are open May through September and can be used from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily except for Tarkington Park which is 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.  

Splash pads

  • Andrew Ramsey Park, 310 W. 42nd St., Indianapolis. Free.
  • *Arsenal Park, 1400 E. 46th St. Indianapolis. Free.
  • Bel Aire Park, 2901 Morrisville Road, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Bertha Ross Park, 3700 N. Clifton Ave., Indianapolis. Free.
  • Bowman Park, 3600 Auburn Road, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Carson Park, 5400 S. High School Road, Indianapolis. Free.
  • *Centennial & Groff Park, 2300 N Centennial Avenue, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Christian Park, 4200 English Avenue, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Clayton & LaSalle Park, 401 S. LaSalle St., Indianapolis. Free.
  • Dan Wakefield Park, 6051 N. Broadway Street, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Grassy Creek Park,10510 E 30th Street, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Haughville Park, 520 N. Belleview Place, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Holliday Park, 6363 Spring Mill Dr., Indianapolis. Free.
  • Jake Green Park, 1700 Franklin Road, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Municipal Gardens, 1831 Lafayette Road, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Riverwood Park, 7200 Crittendon Ave., Indianapolis. Free.
  • Stout Field Park, 3820 W. Bradbury Road, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Tarkington Park, 45 W. 40th St., Indianapolis. Free.
  • *Washington Park, 3130 E. 30th Street, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Wes Montgomery Park, 3501 N. Hawthorne Lane, Indianapolis. Free.
  • Wildwood Park, 8100 Southeastern Ave., Indianapolis. Free.
  • *Windsor Village Park, 6510 E. 25th St., Indianapolis. Free. 

* – Arsenal, Centennial & Groff, Washington and Windsor Village parks are either being upgraded or scheduled for maintenance and will reopen at a later date.

Indoor aquatic facilities

Outdoor aquatic facilities

  • Bethel, 2850 Bethel Ave., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Broad Ripple, 1550 Broad Ripple Ave., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Brookside, 3500 Brookside Parkway S. Dr., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Douglass, 1616 E. 25th St., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 1701 Broadway St., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Eagle Creek Beach, 5901 Delong Road, Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Ellenberger, 5301 E. St. Clair St., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Garfield Park, 2345 Pagoda Dr., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Gustafson, 3110 Moller Road, Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Krannert Outdoor, 605 S. High School Road, Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Northwestway, 5253 W. 62nd St., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Perry, 451 E. Stop 11 Road, Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Rhodius, 1720 W. Wilkins St., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Riverside, 2420 E. Riverside Dr., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Sahm, 6801 E. 91st St., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Willard, 1901 E. Washington St., Indianapolis. Paid admission.

Indianapolis, Central

Splash pads

Other aquatic facilities

Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, North

Splash pads

  • Billericay Park, 12690 Promise Road, Fishers. Free.
  • Conner Prairie River Crossing, 13400 Allisonville Road, Fishers. Paid admission.
  • Dillon Park, 6001 Edenshall Lane, Noblesville. Free.
  • Fishers YMCA, 9012 E. 126th St., Fishers. Paid admission.
  • Forest Park Aquatic Center, 701 Cicero Road, Noblesville. Paid admission.
  • Lawrence W. Inlow Park, 6310 E. Main St., Carmel. Free.
  • Mulberry Fields, 9645 Whitestown Road, Zionsville.. Free.
  • Quaker Park, 17501 Dartown Road, Westfield. Free.
  • Roy G. Holland Memorial Park, 1 Park Dr, Fishers. Free.
  • West Park, 2700 W. 116th St., Carmel. Free.
  • Westermeier Commons, 1235 Central Park Dr. E., Carmel. Free.

Other aquatic facilities

  • Cicero Pool, 1050 S. Pearl St., Cicero. Paid admission.
  • Jordan YMCA, 8400 Westfield Blvd., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Morse Park and Beach, 19777 Morse Park Lane, Noblesville. Paid admission.
  • Seashore Waterpark, 130 E. Ulen Dr., Lebanon. Paid admission.
  • The Waterpark at Monon Community Center, 1235 Central Park Dr. E., Carmel. Paid admission.
  • Witham Family YMCA, 2791 N. Lebanon St., Lebanon. Paid admission.

Greenwood, South 

Splash pads

Other aquatic facilities

  • Baxter YMCA, 7900 S. Shelby St., Indianapolis. Paid admission.
  • Edinburgh Aquatic Center, 220 Harrell Dr., Edinburgh. Paid admission.
  • Franklin Family Aquatic Center, 396 Branigin Blvd., Franklin. Paid admission.
  • Meridian Park Family Aquatic Center, 101 McKinley St., Shelbyville. Paid admission.
  • Mooresville Family Aquatic Center, 1101 Indianapolis Road, Mooresville. Paid admission.

Greenfield, East

Splash pads

  • Riley Park, 300 Apple St., Greenfield. Paid admission.

Other aquatic facilities

Plainfield, Avon, West

Splash pads

Other aquatic facilities

Chris Sims is a digital producer at IndyStar. Follow him on Twitter: @ChrisFSims.

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