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Splash pads opening for the long weekend. Here’s where to go:

Kids cool off at the Jackson Park splash pad in Windsor, Ont. on June 5, 2021. (Rich Garton / CTV Windsor) Kids cool off at the Jackson Park splash pad in Windsor, Ont. on June 5, 2021. (Rich Garton / CTV Windsor)

As the warmer weather rolls in, splash pads are opening across Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent.

City of Windsor splash pads will be open Friday, May 17, weather permitting, in time for the Victoria Day long weekend. They will be open daily (weather permitting) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Windsor locations:

  • AKO Park, 4270 Alice Street, adjacent to Constable John Atkinson Memorial Centre with washrooms open during splash pad open times
  • Captain John Wilson Splash Pad, 3950 Ducharme Street, washrooms available
  • Ford City Splash Pad, in Garry Dugal Park, 1247 Drouillard Road, washrooms available
  • Forest Glade Park, 3265 Forest Glade Drive, washrooms available
  • Fountainebleau Park, 2960 Rivard Avenue, washrooms available
  • Fred Thomas Park, at Windsor Water World, 400 Wyandotte Street East
  • Jackson Park Splash Pad, 125 Tecumseh Road East, washrooms available
  • Kimmy Lucier Splash Pad, in Mic Mac Park, washrooms located near the little league baseball fields
  • Mic Mac Splash Pad, at Mic Mac Pool, 1125 Prince Road, washrooms available
  • Realtor Park, 1198 Homedale Boulevard, washrooms available
  • Remington Booster Splash Pad, 701 Edinborough Street (operational during outdoor pool hours)
  • Wilson Park, 700 McEwan Avenue

All splash pads are free of charge. For more information about summer programs, please visit

Chatham-Kent locations

All Municipally operated splash pads are open from the Victoria Day long weekend through Labour Day long weekend, pending weather.

  • Bothwell Optimist Park
  • Chatham Kingston Park
  • Dresden Kinsmen Park
  • Mitchell's Bay Park
  • Ridgetown Kiwanis Park
  • Thamesville Ferguson Park
  • Tilbury Knights of Columbus Park
  • Wheatley Area Complex
  • Wallaceburg Jaycee Park
  • Wallaceburg Colwell Park
  • Kingston Park Splash pad shuts down from 12:00 – 12:30 pm and 5:00 – 5:30 pm daily.
  • The Blenheim Talbot Trail Splash Pad and Merlin Kinsmen Park are not operated by the Municipality and their operating dates may differ. Top Stories

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