FREE City of Houston Public Splashpads

The City of Houston has 29 FREE splashpads… also known as spraygrounds!   These are located in public parks and are open all year long.  You just need to find the button to turn them on!

The list and map are below… and for the 37 FREE pools, go HERE.  AND for more FREE places to cool off in Houston this summer, go HERE!

City of Houston Splashpads:

  • Aron Ledet Park – 6500 Antoine
  • Blueridge Park – 5600 Court Road
  • Burnett Bayland Park – 6200 Chimney Rock
  • Cullen Park – 19008 Saums Road
  • Dodson Lake – 9010 Dodson
  • Edgewood Park – 5803 Bellfort
  • Ervan Chew Park – 4502 Dunlavy
  • Guadalupe Plaza Park – 2311 Runnels
  • Gutierrez Park – 7900 Flaxman
  • Hackberry Park – 7777 S. Dairy Ashford
  • Herman Brown Park – 400 Mercury
  • Hermann Park – 6001 Fannin
  • Hidalgo Park – 7000 Avenue Q
  • Jaycee Park – 1300 Seamist
  • Lansdale Park –  8201 Roos Rd
  • Levy Park – 3801 Eastside St
  • Marian Park – 11000 S. Gessner
  • Melrose Park – 12200 Melrose Park Road
  • Montie Beach Park – 915 Northwood.
  • Nieto Park – 500 Port
  • Park at Palm Center – 5400 Griggs Road
  • Settegast Park – 3000 Garrow
  • Shady Lane Park – 10220 Shady Lane
  • Stuebner – Airline Park – 9201 Veterans Memorial
  • Tony Marron Park – 808 N. York
  • Wiley Park – 1414 Gillette

Note: 3 Splashpads are missing… but they are not on the City’s website.  Help me fill them in!

Outside the “City” of Houston:

Although they are not public parks, there are also splashpads at Discovery Green(free), Downtown Aquarium (free) and Houston Zoo (free with zoo admission)… AND Noah’s Ark (not free!).

If you are in The Woodlands, you have lots of places to cool off!  Look HERE.

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Comments

  1. BROOKE WAGENHEIM says:

    Hi! Would you mind sharing your top 5 Splashpads??

    • Jill Jarvis says:

      Brooke –

      It depends on what is close by… but I like:

      Discovery Green (It’s not a “city park” but it’s free!)
      Levy Park (It’s small… but it’s a great playground and has big bathrooms.)
      Shady Lane Park (It is a beautiful park)
      Ervan Chew (It’s been a favorite… but it currently needs a good power washing and drain cleaning. Hopefully that comes soon!)
      Also, the Museum of Fine Arts has a new small splashpad by the sphere and sculpture garden. We are going to try it soon!

  2. LAURA RODRIGUEZ says:

    The Museum of Fine Arts has a new small spash pad. Just a FYI, the parking is scare. There is a parking garage that charges visitors.

    • Jill Jarvis says:

      Agreed! We like to park across Montrose Blvd, by Bell Park, on the street. It’s a short walk… but free!

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