Arizona, Parenting

Splash Pads in the East Valley {Arizona}

It’s no secret, Arizona gets hot. We live in what Arizonans call the ‘East Valley’ so we are always looking for splash pads in the East Valley.

Back home, splash pads weren’t really a thing. They didn’t need to be. Summer only existed for a short time and you found a lake or a pool.

In Arizona, it’s hot so often that splash pads are a must!

We don’t have many lakes and while pools are common, they are either private pools or community pools. And if you are a parent that has more than one child, swimming pools can get tricky.

Splash pads are great for all ages and are free. Bonus.

With the helps of locals, here is a list of splash pads in the East Valley!

Splash Pads in the East Valley {Arizona}


Water Tower Plaza – 45 W. Page Ave.
San Tan Village Mall – 2218 E. Williams Field Road


The Cloud at Kiwanis Park – 5233 S. Ash Avenue
Esquer Park – 2407 E McArthur Dr
Hudson Park – 1430 S Cedar St
Jaycee Park – 817 W 5th St
Tempe Splash Playground – 80 W. Rio Salado Pkwy
Tempe Marketplace – 2000 E. Rio Salado Parkway

Queen Creek

Founder’s Park – 22407 S Ellsworth Rd
Mansel Carter Oasis Park – 19535 E. Appleby Road


Chuparosa Park Spray Pad – 2400 S. Dobson Rd
Desert Breeze Park Spray Animals – 660 N. Desert Breeze Blvd.
Espee Park Spray Pad – 450 E. Knox


Riverview Park – 2100 W. Rio Salado Pkwy
Eastmark Great Park – 10100 E. Ray Road
Pioneer Park – 526 E. Main St, Mesa, AZ


Florence Ely Nelson Desert Park – 8950 E. Pinnacle Peak Road
Chesnutt Park – 4565 N. Granite Reef Rd.
Paiute Park – 3210 N. 66th Street
Vista Del Camino Park – 7700 E. Roosevelt St.
Pima Park – 8600 E. Thomas Road


Not what I would consider ‘East Valley’ but is still a pretty fun splash pad:

Fountain Park – 12925 N Saguaro Boulevard in Fountain Hills

I am only familiar with the East Valley. It’s where I have lived the entire time I have been in Arizona.

If you know of a splash pad outside of the East Valley, please feel free to share it!!



Miz B

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