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Kick off summer with a splash! Pasco County Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources (PRNR) is excited to announce the opening of Pasco’s first Water Cycle Splash Pad

Pasco County’s First Splash Pad Open for Summer Fun

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on June 3, 2021

~~Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting held at Veterans Memorial Park~~

Pasco County’s First Splash Pad Open for Summer Fun

Kick off summer with a splash!  Pasco County Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources (PRNR) is excited to announce the opening of Pasco’s first Water Cycle Splash Pad.  The Splash Pad opened Thursday, May 27,with several Pasco County Government, business and community leaders taking part in a special ribbon cutting ceremony.  This fun, new feature was made possible through a community effort spearheaded by Investigation Station, a non-profit group devoted to providing interactive, educational exhibits that enhance the learning experience for kids of all ages. 

Watch this VIDEO to learn how this educational and interactive splash pad explores the water cycle while providing fun in the sun for everyone.

PRNR has been working with Investigation Station on this project since 2018. Thank you to our community partners whose generous donations made this possible! 

The free, 3,600-square-foot Splash Pad includes:

  • Space for up to 40 people at a time
  • Safe place for kids to play in water
  • Fountains and water elements
  • Future mural explaining water cycle

For more details, including hours and Splash Pad rules, visit: bit.ly/3oMPygn

The Parks, Recreation and Natural Resource Department enhances the quality of life for all residents by providing parks and recreations facilities; managing, preserving and protecting Pasco County’s environmental lands; offering educational activities, conducting community outreach; and developing programs and opportunities for everyone to enjoy.

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DLS03 says

I thought there was a splash pad at the park in Zephyrhills. I think it’s been closed since the pandemic, but that was the first one. It is good to have another one at the other end of the county.

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Florida's Original NatureCoaster™ says

You are correct. There is a splashpad at the park in Zephyrhills and it was there first :) Thanks for the reminder. I love that park.

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