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Cedar Rapids Area Splash Pads

Due to damage from recent storms, splash pads are currently closed. We will keep this page updated with the latest information.

Splash Pads are closed at this time due to storm damages. Please see our regular splash pad information below and we look forward to welcoming families back to these locations in the future. Stay tuned here for more information.

Splash Pads in Cedar Rapids

In Cedar Rapids during the Summer of 2020, patrons are asked to use their own discretion regarding use. Splash pads will operate for more hours than in previous years. They will turn on at 9:00 a.m. each day, and turn off at 9:00 p.m.

Splash pad locations include:

  • Cedar Valley Park, 2250 Blakely Boulevard SE
  • Cleveland Park, 1600 8th Avenue SW
  • Daniels Park, 940 Oakland Road NE
  • Greene Square, 400 4th Avenue SE
  • Hayes Park, 1924 D Street SW
  • Hidder Park, 10th Street and 14th Avenue SE
  • Jacolyn Park, Jacolyn Drive and Gordon Avenue NW
  • Noelridge Park, 4900 Council Street NE
  • Redmond Park, 3rd Avenue and 16th Street SE
  • Time Check Park, 5th Street and J Avenue NW
  • Twin Pines Park, 3500 42nd Street N

Two children at a splash pad

Splash Pads in Marion

Marion's splash pads are located at Thomas Park (343 Marion Blvd, Marion, IA 52302) and Gill Park (3450 Hawthorne St, Marion, IA 52302).

Splash Pads in Hiawatha

Splash pads are open in:

Tucker Park (101 B Ave, Hiawatha, IA 52233)  and Guthridge Park (704 Emmons St, Hiawatha, IA 52233) from 10:00 a.m. each day, and turn off at 8:00 p.m.

The sensors on the fire hydrants, along with the benches will be sanitized daily. All other play pieces on the splash pads will not be disinfected, and as a reminder, the water is not chlorinated. Both pads will be power washed each morning before opening. Patrons are asked to use at their own discretion. 

Health Guideline Are in Place

Maintain social distancing standards of a minimum of six feet between users.

If you have been sick in the last two weeks or have a cough, fever, or other flu-like symptoms, stay home for your health and the safety of others.

Individuals 60 years of age and older, or those with underlying conditions, should stay at home to avoid potential exposures.

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