FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Welcome to the Zion City Kids Splash Pad! We are excited to announce that our 2024 season has begun.

The Splash Pad is located at our Flowing Wells campus, near the Zion City Kids Building, facing Ruthrauff Road. The pad features five unique water features, turf grass and picnic tables with space enough to accommodate 75 children plus adults.

We look forward to seeing you and your family this summer.

2024 hours of operation

THURSDAY

9:00 AM -
1:00 PM

FRIDAY

9:00 AM -
1:00 PM

SATURDAY

10:00 AM -
2:00 PM

Celebrate Your Special Day at the Splash Pad!

Make a splash on your birthday! Our Splash Pad is the perfect spot for your summer celebrations. For the 2024 season, please note that private party reservations after hours are not available. But don't worry there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate during our open hours.

The Splash Pad will remain open to the public during your event. Tables will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Feel free to bring your favorite food, drinks, and the all-important birthday cake. Glass and alcohol are not permitted at the Splash Pad. You are welcome to bring decor for your event. We ask that you limit the decor to table decorations.

FAQs

Sun safety is encouraged. Prepare for a perfect day of water play with a hat, drinking water, sunscreen, water shoes or sandals, and beach towels.

A Zion City staff member is on-site anytime the splash pad is open to aid with any requests or to answer questions. Or call 520-293-6385 ext 7213

How clean is the water? Is it chlorinated?
The water is filtered, processed, and chlorinated. It meets the purification standards required for a public water park by the City of Tucson.

Is the splash pad shaded?
The splash pad is not shaded, but there is shaded seating and parking. 3 umbrella tables, 2 unshaded.

How many tables are located at the Zion City Splash Pad?
The splash pad has 5 picnic tables (can seat 40 adults), as well as turf surrounding the splash pad to relax on.

Are there trash cans available and easily accessible?
Yes