Water Parks & Splash Pads

Looking to cannonball into a cold pool, get doused by the bucket of refreshing water, or just relax in a lazy river? Well, grab your sunscreen and bathing suit because Frisco has what you need to beat the Texas heat at a must-visit water park and unique splash pads.

Frisco Splash Pads

In Frisco, you’ll find kid-approved splash pads, typically open between mid-May and the end of September.  

Frisco Commons: The largest spray park in Frisco, this slash pad is next to Hope Park. Buckets douse kids with water adding some suspense to the fun of the surrounding colorful sprinkler structures. Tables and bathrooms are nearby, making a long stay easy and enjoyable. 

J.R. Newman Park: This playground and splash-pad combo is perfect for entertaining kids for hours. The park is situated right next to the splash pad allowing for easy back-and-forth play. With in- and above-ground water features, there’s no escaping the exciting and refreshing spray of water. 

Shepherd’s Glen Spray Park: With a spray park, play area, pavilion and picnic tables, Shepherd’s Glen Spray Park has it all. Considered a hidden gem in Frisco, this park’s exciting vertical water sprinklers and splash pad are usually less crowded, which means more time cooling off in the water. 

Frisco Water Park

Outdoor Water Park: Whether you’re looking to race down water slides, get drenched by an overflowing water tower or float a lazy river, the Frisco Water Park at the Frisco Athletic Center has you covered. With seven water features, plenty of shade, concessions and special events, the Frisco Water Park is the place for continuous summer play. Entry to the water park for Frisco Athletic Center members is free. For non-member guests, day and summer splash passes are available. 

Indoor Aquatic Center: For year-round water activity, the Indoor Aquatic Center at the Frisco Athletic Center is open with welcoming warm water. It features a large indoor pool for aquatic classes and open swim, four 25-yard lanes for lap swimmers, a children’s play area, a current channel vortex, and a large water slide, called Big Blue. 

More Pools and Water Fun in Frisco

Hotels: Several of Frisco’s hotels feature relaxing and splash-ready pools including rooftop pools at Omni Frisco Hotel and Hyatt Regency Frisco. The Westin Stonebriar Golf Resort & Spa’s lagoon-style pool features cabanas, a water slide, splash pad and adjacent bar, Ranch Water.

Lazy River at Rider’s Field: Nowhere else in the world can you float a lazy river while watching a baseball game, but you can in Frisco. Rider’s Field, home of the Frisco RoughRiders, is home to the Lazy River, a 400-foot long relaxing oasis. It’s the perfect spot to enjoy a baseball game on a hot summer day. 

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