The hot scorching sun often exhausts us. We don’t have the luxury to pack our bags and hit a hill station most of the time. But, we have the option to enjoy a splashpad in different parks and take the fun of bathing in a waterfall. So, here we provide a guide to top places where you can enjoy the most if you are thinking about splashpads.
Beale Street Landing “Island Play”
You can enjoy a fantastic holiday in this small yet luxurious park. Situated at 251 Riverside drive, the park opens from 8 am and closes at 8 pm. The entry fee is free.
If you are ready to pay a 5 dollar parking fee, you get closer to the Splashpad.
Mud Island River Park
Situated at 125 North Front Street, this park opens seasonally. Starting from April, it runs till October. However, we don’t think about visiting water parks in the winter. Hence, it is open at the time when we need it the most to escape the heat.
Also, it is closed on Monday and Tuesday. Starting from Wednesday to Sunday, it opens at 10 am and closes at 8 pm. However, keep in mind that you can last enter the park at 4 pm. After that, no further admissions are allowed.
Here also, access is complimentary. Also, if you visit the Gulf of Mexico, you can book a boat for yourself at 5 dollars per person. Moreover, you can see the aquarium as well, situated inside the premises of MS River Museum.
The park’s Memorial Day is on International Labour day. However, you can enjoy its water features and splash pads at any time of the year. The entry fee is free. There are different kinds of sprayers and misters.
Immediately next to the splash pad is a parking lot which makes navigation easy.
You can also bring your lunch because there are some picnic tables.
However, one disadvantage is that the par doesn’t have any public restrooms. Also, if you have little ones, it’s better that you leave by the afternoon because that is the time when most teens hang out.
If you have a membership of Memphis zoo, then your admission is free. Otherwise, it costs 15 dollars for adults and 10 dollars for children who fall in the age group of 2-11, and for seniors, it costs 14 dollars.
Teton Trek is one of the most famous attractions here. You can also take the joy of bathing in the geyser and then sun-bathe.
Paring costs you 5 dollars. The park opens from 9 am and closes at 6 pm, but no further admission is allowed after 5 pm.
Children’s Museum of Memphis, Splash Park
This park is all about water fun. Here also, being a member doesn’t cost you any admission fee. If otherwise, you will have to pay 20 dollars.
Spread across a 7700 sq. feet area, it has nearly 40 sprayers, including jet streams, water cannons, geysers, magic mist, leaves, flowers, and so on. There is also a playground around the splash park where the children can hop around easily.
So, don’t miss these opportunities to directly land on the splashpad to escape from the summer heat.
Other places like the University of Memphis (opens occasionally), Crosstown Concourse, My Big Backyard at Memphis Botanical Gardens, City of Barlette Splash Pad, etc. also give you the best experience.
So, these are some of the best splashpads in and around Memphis, where you can crash-land your body exhausted from the summer heat and have fun!
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