Arlington Parks and Recreation Splash Pad Guide
By Parks And Recreation
Posted on August 16, 2016, August 16, 2016

Pools may be closing for the 2016 season, but splash pads around the city are open through September. Splash pads are FREE, kid-friendly fountains and spray areas that are a great way to beat the summer heat.

The splash pads are open every day through Labor Day (September 5th) from 10 a.m to 8 p.m. After Labor Day they are open weekends only through the end of September from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Arlington Parks

Don Misenhimer | 201 E Lonesome Dove Trail, Arlington TX, 76002

Don Misenhimer is a neighborhood spray ground features fountains and fixtures perfect for younger children like a dolphin fountain, spraying palm tree and jets that reach upwards of ten feet. The park also features a basketball court, pavilion, two playgrounds and a practice field This park also has new public restrooms.

Arlington Parks

Brantley Hinshaw Park | 2121 Overbrook Drive, Arlington TX, 76014

Brantley Hinshaw park has a spray ground perfect for younger children. The spray ground features a spiral, spraying tunnel and arch as well as ground jets. The park also features a basketball court, practice fields, picnic area and two playgrounds.

Arlington Parks

California Lane Park | 2001 California Ln., Arlington TX, 76015

California Lane park' s spray ground features a spray tunnel and arch, ground jets and a spinning water play station. The park also features a pavilion, practice fields, basketball courts and two playgrounds.

Brantley Hinshaw Park, California Lane Park, Don Misenhimer Park
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