Oakland County Waterparks, wavepools, spray parks, splash pads and waterslides reviews, pics, & info for the 2020 summer season. Find a waterpark or splash park next year to cool off in the hot summer months!
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COVID UPDATES – RED UPDATES MEAN CLOSED / GREEN UPDATES MEAN OPEN
Oakland County Waterparks and Sprayparks
Auburn Hills Splash Pad
Splash Pad at Riverside Park (3311 Squirrel Ct, Auburn Hills, MI 48326, 248-370-9353, auburnhills.org)
Newly-built splash pad at Riverside Park located in Downtown Auburn Hills. Not a lot of bells and whistles to this small splash pad. The pad is FREE for residents with a “proper identification card” (driver’s license, state ID, Auburn Hills Community Center Card). For non-residents, there is a $3 charge – hardly worth it unless you’re an AH resident and can use this tiny pad for free. Review – Pics – Video
UPDATE 5/17/20 – Due to concerns about the Coronavirus / Covid-19, the spraypark won’t open for the 2020 season
Jump Island Inflatable Waterpark (6140 Bishop Lake Road, Brighton, MI 48116, 877-496- 8586, www.jumpislandmi.com)
Jump Island features inflatable slides, a blast pad, a rock wall, and more all interconnected so you can swim, bounce, climb, or walk from inflatable to inflatable. Review – Pics
6/30/20 UPDATE – Jump Island in Brighton is OPEN for the summer of 2020 and running at 50% capacity while ensuring safe social distancing
Clarkston Spraypark at Clintonwood Park (6000 Clarkston Road, Clarkson, MI 48346, 248-625-1444, www.indtwp.com)
The NEWLY REMODELED Clarkston Spraypark AKA Renee Przybylski Memorial Spraypark is now open! Review, video
UPDATE 6/19/20 – Per Independence Twp Parks Rec & Seniors – The Renee Przylski WILL is now OPEN for the summer.
Farmington Hills Splash Pad
Splash Pad at Heritage Park (24725 Farmington Road, Farmington Hills, MI, 248-536-5617, www.ci.farmington-hills.mi.us)
Heritage Park has a small splash pad at the north end of the park near the north shelter / picnic area and playground. Kids are free to run through splash pad when the weather is warm enough. Entry to Heritage Park is FREE and so is the Splash Pad! Review…Pics
UPDATE 6/26/20 – Heritage Park Splash Pad is now open for the summer of 2020. The City is operating the Splash Pad at a limited capacity per the Governor’s Executive Order and visitors are reminded that social distancing is required for all those not from the same household. If the Splash Pad is at capacity, families are encouraged to bring a picnic to enjoy at Heritage Park or to visit the nearby Snack Shack.
Madison Hts Waterpark
Red Oaks Waterpark (1455 E. 13 Mile Rd., Madison Heights, MI, www.OaklandCountyParks.com)
Red Oaks Waterpark features a triple flume waterslide, wavepool, lazy river and a splash pad area for smaller children. Tubes and lounge chairs are provided by the park. Red Oaks Waterpark is maintained by Oakland County Parks, a branch of Oakland County government. Red Oaks is open Mid-June through Memorial Day. UPDATE 5/7/20 – Oakland County Parks Waterparks will not open for the 2020 season due to concerns about social distancing amidst covid-19. Refunds will be offered to those that purchased 2020 season passes or you can use them as credit for the 2021 season. Review – Pics
Kensington Metropark Splash n Blast
Kensington Metropark (2240 W Buno Road, Milford, MI 48380, 248-685-1561, www.metroparks.com)
The Kensington Metropark Splash n Blast waterpark has two main areas of attraction. First, there is a pair of 250-foot twisted waterslides for kids 42″ or taller. Second, there is a large open spray park that is decorated with palm trees, serpents and cannons that spray water. Kensington Metropark Splash n Blast is open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend each year from 11a to 7p daily. Review – Pics.
UPDATE 6/19/20 – The Splash ‘N’ Blast at Kensington Metropark will reopen June 19 with some capacity and operating adjustments
Oxford Twp Splash Pad
KLR SplashPad at Seymour Lake Park (2795 Seymour Lake Rd, Oxford Twp, MI 48371, 248-628-1720, www.oxparkrec.org)
Seymour Lake Park splashpad itself offers plenty of fountains, geysers, water guns, filling and dumping water buckets, spraying palm trees that kids can run through, play with and control. The area surrounding KLR Splashpad is filled with shaded benches and a fence so it’s very easy to keep your eyes on your kids. Enjoy the awesome Kids Kingdom playground while you’re there! Review – Pics.
UPDATE 6/19/20 – KLR Splash Pad is now OPEN for the summer of 2020 with reduced hours. More info…
Troy Family Aquatic Center (3425 Civic Center Drive, Troy MI 48084, 248-524-3514, www.troymi.gov)
Troy Family Aquatic Center is more than just a great community pool. It’s also a fantastic waterpark that features 2, 175 foot plus waterslides, a splash pad/spray park area, 20-foot waterfall soaking area, sand playground, modern playscapes, sand volleyball courts and more! The Troy Family Aquatic Center is impeccably clean, modern, and well-managed. The Troy Family Aquatic Center is open from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend. Review – Pics.
UPDATE 5/20/20 – Due to concerns about the Coronavirus / Covid-19, TFAC won’t open for the 2020 season
Waterford Oaks Waterpark (1702 Scott Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48328, www.OaklandCountyParks.com)
Waterford Oaks Waterpark features a giant wavepool, “Big Bucket” splash pad area for kids. Waterford Oaks typically opens the first week in June depending on lifeguard availability. Waterford Oaks Waterpark is maintained by Oakland County Parks. UPDATE 5/7/20 – Oakland County Parks Waterparks will not open for the 2020 season due to concerns about social distancing amidst covid-19. Refunds will be offered to those that purchased 2020 season passes or you can use them as credit for the 2021 season. Review – Pics.
White Lake Splash Pad / Spray Park
Spray n Play Splash Pad and Adventure Park at Indian Springs Metropark (5200 Indian Trail, White Lake, MI 48386, 248-625-6640, www.metroparks.com)
Spray n Play is open daily Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends and is an extension of the large Adventure Playground. Featuring spray cannons, a hill slide, water buckets, and sprayers… Spray and Play is a fun way to cool off when enjoying the rest of Adventure playground. In addition to the splash pad & Spray n Play, kids will enjoy cargo nets, mazes, toddler lot, and climbing wall. Admission to Adventure Park featuring Spray n Play is FREE with normal park admission to Indian Springs Metropark. Review – Pics.
UPDATE 6/20/20 – The Spray ‘n’ Play at Indian Springs Metropark is now open
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