I never knew what a splash pad was until a couple of years ago and I have fallen in love with them. The public ones are usually open during normal outdoor pool times, so between Memorial Day and Labor Day, but they’re almost all free! A splash pad is an area where water comes out of the ground, sort of like sprinklers, and has drains on the ground so the water never accumulates.

Here are the free (unless otherwise noted) splash pads and addresses in Utah County. To see a specific splash pad in more detail, including pictures, click “review.”

  • Alpine Splash Pad: 100 S. 600 E., Alpine – REVIEW
  • Eagle Mountain: Nolan Park, corner of Tinamous Road and Peregrine Road, Eagle Mountain – REVIEW
  • Pioneer Park Splash Pad in Provo: 500 W. Center Street, Provo – REVIEW
  • Provo Splash Pad: 500 W. 500 N., Provo (FEE for entrance)
  • Shops at the Riverwoods: 4801 N. University Avenue, Provo – REVIEW
  • Spanish Fork Splash Pad: North Park, 1185 North 400 East, Spanish Fork – REVIEW
  • Springville Splash Pad: Water feature is located between Springville Civic Center and Springville Fire Station at approximately 50 South Main Street – REVIEW

Utah Valley Moms has a “Splash Pad Series” which will cover pros and cons to each splash pad and will include photos of the place. Click “Review” next to the splash pad name and address to see the series review. If you have any splash pads that you would like to add to our list, please contact us.