Favourite Splash Pads

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I love splash pads. They’re safe if your little one isn’t yet swimming; they’re open pretty much all day and into the evening; they don’t require any municipal staff; you can come and go as you please; and they’re FREE! 
We’ve visited ALL of the ones on this list (and all of them in the SPLASH PADS section on the website).
These are our current favourites and each one is right beside, or near a playground. You’ll find the park and splash pad description, a full size picture gallery, and VIDEO for each one of our favourites listed below. 
And as always, as we visit more this list will probably change! 

(This list is in no particular order)




du Père-Marquette Park-ROSEMONT – LA-PETITE-PATRIE
Absolutely beautiful. This huge nature-themed splash pad has different zones for various ages, picnic tables and lounge chairs right beside the water. A must-visit this summer. 
Sadly, no video! But we will be revisiting soon to redo the pictures and I’ll try then.  
Cost: FREE




Valois Park-POINTE-CLAIRE
OMG. The Superwave is simply amazing. There’s always a crowd of kids (and adults!) underneath waiting for it to tip. The ship’s wheel is a toddler favourite, and there are other not-too-intense water features for little ones. 
Bonus: The bathroom and changing rooms are actually unlocked when they’re supposed to be!
p.s. More picnic tables and a large shade structure have been added since I took photos. 
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



Cyril W. McDonald Park – PIERREFONDS-ROXBORO
New in 2019, this park has fish-themed water products for different ages, lovely lounge chairs, shade structures, a dry toilet, and picnic tables. 
Beautiful!
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



Luc Durand Park – ROSEMONT – LA-PETITE-PATRIE
This fully-fenced and gated toddler playground has this itty-bitty splash pad right in the middle. Great for small ones who just want to get a little bit wet, and then run off and play again. 
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE




Lake Road Park – DOLLARD-DES-ORMEAUX
Brand new in 2019, this multi-section jungle-themed splash pad is great for big AND little kids. The giant bucket is amazing and toddlers will love their own little section.
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



Centre Aquatique Beauharnois – BEAUHARNOIS
Brand new in 2018, this water complex has everything. A huge slide, lazy river, and a quiet wading pool/splash pad for toddlers. There’s also another splash pad and a nearby playground that’s loads of fun. 
Cost: Free for residents of Beauharnois and Châteauguay (in 2018), and a small fee for non-residents. 



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Parkinson Park – PIERREFONDS-ROXBORO
New in 2017 this splash pad has beautiful products great for older kids AND toddlers. There’s a nice shaded section with picnic tables and nearby is the fun playground. 
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



 

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Rougemont Park-Mercier—Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
Just opened at the end of 2015, this newly redone park boasts a great playground and a SUPER fun and creative splash pad. Get ready to run!
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



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LaSalle Park-LACHINE
OMG. This new splash pad and wading pool is huge and spectacular. I wasn’t allowed a camera in the wading pool, so the video is of just the splash pad. Pictures of the pool area are in the post. 
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE. Really? YES!



des Éperviers Park– 
This whole park is amazing, and the bright and cheery splash pad has picnic tables, benches, Adirondack chairs and a large shade structure nearby. There’s even an outdoor charging station for your electronic devices and a fantastic chalet with a family bathroom.
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



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L’Aquaciel-LASALLE
A million dollar investment gets you a heck of a nice splash pad. Fully fenced and gated with TWO playgrounds right inside the perimeter.
And…..lounge chairs. 
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE!
No way?
Yup.



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de Normanville Park – VILLERAY–SAINT-MICHEL–PARC-EXTENSION
Both boys LOVED this splash pad especially the little river rock stream.
Video in the post.
Cost: FREE 



Lalancette Park –  
This new-in-2017 splash pad is ridiculously original and fun. Lots of room to run around, and a sweet spot for babies and toddlers. The nearby playground was just redone in 2018. 
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



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du Boisé Park-PIERREFONDS-ROXBORO
New and frankly, amazing. Beautiful rubber base (which is rare), lounge chairs, sections for different ages, ping-pong tables….Just needs a fence and some shade.
Video in the post.
Cost: FREE



de la Famille Park-L’ÎLE-PERROT
Boischatel (now knows as parc de la Famille) is one of our favourite off-island splash pads. Great landscaping, a “moat”, ship and steering wheel! It’s just really pretty. There’s also plenty of grass and parkland nearby to run around in afterwards. 
Video in the post.
Cost: FREE



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Toe Blake Park-VAUDREUIL-DORION
There’s nothing here but the splash pad, which is really all you need sometimes. Creative, colourful, and MUSICAL!
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



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Sunnybrooke Park-DOLLARD-DES-ORMEAUX
Brand new in 2016, this 3-section nature-themed splash pad is great for big AND little kids. Love the giant ant! (A new chalet is coming in 2019).
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



Screen Shot 2016-07-031Morgan Park-Mercier—Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
Reopened since 2015, this is the only park we’ve seen that has a splash pad that turns into a flowing stream! Also, there are two great playgrounds and some interesting spots nearby for a meal. 
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE




Lawrence Park-LaSalle
Brand new in 2018, this colourful splash pad has cool misting surfboards, tall turnable sprayers, ground jets, and lovely shaded lounge chairs!
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



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One of our all-time favourite parks, and a great splash pad with a MASSIVE dump of water that’s good for older kids.
So awesome we came two days in a row. Also, I really love this photo!
(Make sure to see BOTH playgrounds, the one on the other end of the park from the splash pad is even better!)
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



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Saint-Vincent-Ferrier Park-VILLERAY–SAINT-MICHEL–PARC-EXTENSION
This park is sooooo tiny, and while the toddler playground is ok, the splash pad is FANTASTIC. It’s quite amazing how much stuff they fit into this space. And it doesn’t feel crowded. LOVED the nautical theme with the steering wheel, boat, and palm trees 🙂
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



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Maynard-Ferguson Park-VERDUN (NUN’S ISLAND)
This is a really pretty splash pad right within the playground’s fencing, which makes it easy if you have some kids who want to splash and some who want to play!
Bonus: Beautiful waterfront walking trails nearby. 
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE



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Olympique (Omni) Park-PINCOURT
We had a great time at this large splash pad and adjoining park. Bonus, there are two separate areas for different ages and some shade structures have been added. 
Video in the post (and my video is also on the city of Pincourt’s website)
Cost: FREE



Bourcier Park – BEAUHARNOIS
This newish splash pad is located right along the river and the park has beautiful views along with lots of space to run around, and a (small) playground nearby. 
Video in the post.
Cost: FREE



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Bélair Park-VILLERAY–SAINT-MICHEL–PARC-EXTENSION
This splash pad has different sections for kids of various ages, is colourful, and fully fenced (though with an opening). There’s also the CUTEST park around that’s great for big and little kids. 
Video in the post. 
Cost: FREE