Splash Pad

Located at Rotary Champlain Wendat Park Penetanguishene's Splash Pad is a quick place for your children to enjoy the cool water on a hot and sunny day! 

Hours of Operation

Penetanguishene Splash Pad

Location: Rotary Champlain Wendat Park

Splash Pad
Splash Pad
Child in Splash Pad
  • Shoes must be worn on the playground adjacent to the splash pad. Water shoes are also encouraged for the splash pad area.
  • The splash pad operates in 4-minute timed To start the splash pad, press the button on one of the two yellow posts on splash pad
  • The splash pad is unsupervised and children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Swimsuits and/or appropriate attire must be worn at all times, including swim diapers for all toddlers
  • The water is chlorinated and processed through a filtration system; do not drink the water
  • Climbing, hanging, swinging or pulling on any splash pad equipment is strictly prohibited
  • All participants must conduct themselves in a courteous, safe and family­ orientated manner
  • The splash pad & playground area are open to the public and cannot be reserved for private parties or functions
  • As per the Ontario Smoke-Free Act, it is illegal to smoke on and within 20 metres of children's playgrounds and publicly owned sport fields and surfaces {e.g., areas for basketball, baseball, soccer or beach volleyball, ice rinks, tennis courts, splash pads and swimming pools that are owned by a municipality, the province or a postsecondary education institution)

In the event of an emergency, please call # 9-1-1

Please report any vandalism or maintenance concerns;

Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, call Town Hall #705-549-7453

After Hours, call Parks On-Call staff# 705-623-8101

In-person, Town of Penetanguishene, 10 Robert Street West, Penetanguishene

The following items are not allowed on the splash pad surface;

    • Pets {Service dogs permitted)
    • Food and beverages
    • Glass containers or breakable objects
    • Skateboards, rollerblades, bicycles, scooters
    • Athletic equipment, such as balls, bats, noodles,

Beach Water Testing

Every summer between June and September (Labour Day weekend), the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) collects water samples from public beaches within Simcoe and Muskoka.

The SMDHU test the water samples for levels of E. coli bacteria. When elevated levels of E. coli are present in the water samples, the beach may be posted with an advisory warning indicating it is unsafe for swimming, or the beach may be closed. Bacteria levels can increase in recreational beach water due to heavy rainfall, cloudy water, a large number of swimmers, a large number of birds, shallow water, wet sand, wind and high waves.

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