Effective June 12, 2020: The Splash Pad is open at 50% capacity. Please follow these guidelines when visiting the Splash Pad. Click HERE for updates.
From Cross Timbers Gazette: “50 percent occupancy of the splash pad is 218 people, city officials said. City staff will periodically monitor the area and make the determination if the splash pad needs to be shut down if it gets too crowded. If the splash pad is closed for non-compliance, it will remain closed for the day.”
There are three wet play sequence zones for continuous water action, including 15 water features served by 66 spray features and one water fall. The splash pad was designed with a natural creek look and flow.
- Hours: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
- Closed Tuesday’s
Water Conservation Efforts
The splash pad uses recycled treated water. There are two state of the art water treatment systems, a chlorine system operated by an automated chlorine water chemistry controller and the secondary treatment source is a UV system. The splash pad is not available for rent.