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  • Jill Breymann

Find Your Local Splash Pads For Fun Hot Days in Roseville and Rocklin California.

Splash Pads become very popular as families search for ways to cool down and let kids play during the hot summer. Roseville and Rocklin are proud owners of well-designed splash pads making them popular with the locals. The water is on from May 15 until October 1st from 10 am to 7 pm.


Harry Crabb Park Splash Pad
Harry Crabb Park

1000 Scarborough Dr, Roseville, CA 95661

Splash pad for school-age kids and toddlers. It is right next to a dry park for bigger kids. Seating areas are nearby to easily watch both park areas and have a nice picnic. Great walk path, spacious field, sand volleyball, baseball diamonds, pickleball. Not much shade so you will need sunscreen.



Splash Pad
Johnson Springview Park

5480 5th St, Rocklin, CA 95677

One of our favorite parks! Dog parks, splash pad, covered picnic tables, and a separate dry park. Paths for hiking and a creek for nature walks. The basketball court and frisbee golf are fun favorites at this location. There is a public restroom.



Kathy Lund Park Splash Pad
Kathy Lund Park

6101 W Oaks Blvd, Rocklin, CA 95765

Play structure with multiple slides, a separate area with swings, and a splash pad with plenty of grass field areas for soccer. There is a nice 1-mile walkway and two parking lots on either side of the park. Public restrooms are a walk from the splash pad by the softball field.



Whitney Ranch Park Splash Pad
Whitney Ranch Park

1801 Whitney Ranch Pkwy, Rocklin, CA 95765

Splash Pad is a popular local destination that features a high play structure suitable for both little and big kids, as well as a splash pad area perfect for hot summer days. The park is great for all ages, but tends to be busier during peak times. Covered tables and benches are available, as well as plenty of grassy space for running around. Additionally, there is a public restroom on site.

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