East Valley Splash Pads

In the summer, we like to stay cool, but still be able to run around and play. Fortunately, the East Valley has some great splash pads for the kids to run around and play in the water, and best of all, they are free!

My favorite part is that all three of my kids can play – from 1 year to 8 years – they can all cool down and play!

East Valley Splash Pads

East Valley Splash Pads


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


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

Queen Creek

Founder’s Park (Grand Opening July 5th 2014) – 22407 S Ellsworth Rd


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/Cub’s Park – 2100 W. Rio Salado Pkwy
The Eastmark Great Park – 10100 E. Ray Road


Agua Linda Park – 8732 E. McDonald
Chesnutt Park – 4565 N. Granite Reef Rd.
Florence Ely Nelson Desert Park – 8950 E. Pinnacle Peak Road
Paiute Park – 3210 N. 66th Street
Pima Park – (currently closed 7/1/14)
Vista Del Camino Park – (currently closed 7/1/14)


  1. Great list!

  2. we’re new to az..are there no splash pads in Casa Grande?

    • Welcome to AZ, Tina. Unfortunately, I don’t know much the area around Casa Grande. w-


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