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Metro Vancouver’s Spray Parks: Splash into Summer Fun

Metro Vancouver’s Spray Parks: Splash into Summer Fun


Spray parks open in the Metro Vancouver area, offering a refreshing oasis for summer fun and cooling off. Discover the complete list of all the spray parks in Metro Vancouver, ensuring endless enjoyment for kids and families alike. Say goodbye to intimidating full-sized water parks and embrace the carefree splish-splashing at these delightful spray parks in and around Vancouver. Best of all, they’re completely free! Get ready for a summer of laughter, excitement, and unforgettable memories at Metro Vancouver’s spray parks.

Complete List of Spray Parks to try out in Metro Vancouver

Abbotsford

Mill Lake Spray Park

A bunch of kids at Mill Lake Spray Park in Abbotsford in the Metro Vancouver area enjoying having water sprayed at them to cool them down from the heat
Photo credit: Tourism Abbotsford Facebook

Located adjacent to Centennial Outdoor Pool, this enchanting spray park is a haven of fun and excitement for all ages. With a delightful playground and a convenient picnic shelter equipped with water and power, it’s the perfect spot for a day of outdoor adventure.

2310 Emerson Street, Open now till September long weekend, 9am-8pm daily


Here are other spray parks in Abbotsford to try out:

Shadbolt Park, 36086 Shadbolt Ave, Open now till September long weekend, 9am-8pm daily
Spud Murphy Park, 32285 Hillcrest Ave, Open now till September long weekend, 9am-8pm daily

Burnaby

Edmonds Park

A giant green bucket of water splashes down. Kids stand under it, lay under it and stand around looking at it at the spray park at Edmonds Park
Photo credit: My Edmonds News

You could spend a whole day at this park with the family. With big hanging splash buckets, your kids will love stomping around in the easy-going water park. Dry off and head to the nearby playground. Covered spots fill up fast, but there are a few shaded spots in the grass that trees supply, so bring a blanket.

7433 Humphries Ave, Open now – September, 9am-9pm daily

Here are other spray parks in Burnaby to try out:

Cameron Park, 9375 Cameron Street, Open now- September, 9am-8pm daily
Central Park, 3883 Imperial Street, May 19-September, 9am-9pm daily
Charles Rummel Park, 3325 Piper Ave, May 19-September, 9am-9pm daily
Confederation Park, 250 Willingdon Ave, Open now-September, 9am-9pm daily
Ernie Winch Park, 7680 15th Street, May 19-September, 9am-9pm daily
Keswick Park, 9452 Cardston Ct, May 19-September, 9am-9pm daily
Rene Park, 6961 Sperling Ave, May 19-September, 9am-9pm daily
Suncrest Park, 3781 Rumble Street, Open now-September, 9am-9pm daily

Coquitlam

Town Centre Spray Park

Spray park in Coquitlam BC, Kids are having fun running through the spray park
Photo credit: City Of Coquitlam

This playground sits in the centre of Coquitlam. An oasis with swaths of run-around space, a cool-down spray park, skate park and a playground to please all ages.

1299 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, May 18-September 2, 10am-8pm daily

Here are other spray parks in Coquitlam to try out:

Blue Mountain Park
, 975 King Albert Ave, May 18-September, 10am-8pm
Burns Park, 802 Edgar Ave, Now Open-September 2, 9am-8pm daily
Cottonwood Park, 672 Aspen St, Now Open-September 2, 9am-8pm daily
Galloway Park, 3404 Galloway Ave, Now Open -September 2, 9am-8pm daily
Mackin Park, 1046 Brunette Ave, May 18-September 2, 9am-8pm daily
Norm Staff Park, 3320 David Avenue, May 18- September 2, 9am-8pm
Panorama Park, 1485 Johnson Street, May 18-September 2, 9am-8pm daily
Rochester Park, 1390 Rochester Ave, Now Open-September 2, 9am-8pm daily
Sheffield Park, 3510 Sheffield Ave, Now Open-September 2, 9am-8pm daily

Delta

Memorial Park

Top delta spray park for kids
Photo Credit: Roberta Jansen Google Review

A hidden gem nestled in the heart of Ladner Village. This vibrant water park offers an oasis of excitement and refreshment for visitors of all ages. Memorial Spray Park boasts a range of additional amenities to enhance your experience which features a Cenotaph, playground, picnic shelter, sport court, and more. Escape the heat, make memories, and enjoy endless fun

5010 47 Ave, Delta, BC, May 18 to September 2, 9am-9pm

Here are other spray parks in Delta to try out:

Annieville Lions Park, 9150 112 Street, Delta, May 18 to September 2, 10am-9pm daily
Diefenbaker Park, 5579 1 Ave, Delta, May 18 to September 2, 10am-9pm
North Delta Social Heart Plaza, 11415 84 Avenue, May 18- September 2, 10am-9pm daily
Rotary Park, 4550 Clarence Taylor Crescent, May 18- September 2, 10am-9pm

Langley

Walnut Grove Community Park

Kids at a summer camp enjoying the spray park in Langley BC
Photo credit: Township of Langley

For those scorching hot days, cool off in the exhilarating spray park, or find solace under the shade of trees and gazebos. Rain or shine, Walnut Grove Community Park is the perfect spot to embrace the fresh air and enjoy the great outdoors.

Here are other spray parks in Langley to try out:

Brookswood Park, 40 avenue & 200 Street, dawn to dusk
Fort Langley Community Park, St. Andrews Avenue and Nash Street, dawn to dusk
Goldenview Park, 20300 86 Avenue, dawn to dusk
Murrayville Park, 48 A Avenue and 221 Street, dawn to dusk
Philip Jackman Park, 32 Avenue and 271 Street, dawn to dusk
Willoughby Community Park, 7700 block 202A Street, dawn to dusk

Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge

Spray park in Metro Vancouver called Maple Ridge Spray Park
Photo credit: City of Maple Ridge

If you’re willing to venture outside of Vancouver for some splashing around, there are two tot appropriate water parks for ages zero and up in Maple Ridge. The Albion Sports Complex at 23778 and 104 Avenue has a tot-friendly water park and a playground for five and up, but bring an umbrella or tent, there’s limited shade. Maple Ridge Park is another popular destination during the summertime.

The Albion Sports Complex at 23778 and 104 Avenue

Here are other spray parks in Maple Ridge to try out:

All spray parks in Maple Ridge are open now until September 13, 10am-8pm

Albion Sports Complex, 23778 104 Avenue
Blaney Hamlet Park, 13712 230A Street
Cedar Park, 23725 132 Avenue
Country Lane Estates North, 24299 102A Avenue
Country Lane Estates South, 24299 101A Avenue
Deer Fern Park, 13393 236 Street
Firefighters Park, 11240 238 Street

New Westminster

Queen’s Park

A little girl dressed in a water suit sticks her tongue out while looking into the camera. She has a ball and is playing with a beachball. All while enjoying the spray park at Queen's Park
Photo credit: City of New Westminster

Tucked away in the shade of a forest, this old-school water park is lots of fun for the littles, plus there’s a free petting zoo and a great playground. In the summer, there’s a concession and counselors on hand for activities and crafts for the kids.

3rd Ave, New Westminster, Now Open, 9am-9pm daily

Here are other spray parks in New Westminster to try out:

All New Westminster spray parks are Now open, 9am-9pm daily

Hume Park, 526 Street (Open)
Moody Park, 600 Eighth Street (Closed for maintenance)
Ryall Park, 920 Ewen Avenue (Open)
Sapperton Park, 321 E Columbia Street (Open)

North Vancouver

The Shipyards

A crowd of people  stand around the edges of a waterfront spray park while two little girls jump in a muddle.
Photo credit: HAPA Collaborative

Located between the sleek Polygon Art Gallery and the bustling Tap and Barrel with a view of downtown Vancouver and feet from Lonsdale Quay, this brand spanking new splash pad is a welcome addition to the Shipyards district in North Van. Includes bubblers, rippling water, and natural boulders.

Here are other spray parks in North Vancouver to try out:

All spray parks in North Vancouver is now open until September 4


Eldon Park, 4010 Ruby Avenue
Kilmer Park, 1700 Dempsey Road
Mahon Spray Park, 601 Forbes Ave
Myrtle Park, 4383 Cove Cliff Road
Viewlynn Park, 2555 Viewlynn Drive

Port Moody

Rocky Point Park

A side shot of a beautiful spray park. It's a bright sunny day and a little boy grabs a water toy.
Photo Credit: Vsplash

Super busy in the summer, but no wonder! It’s located smack dab in the middle of Rocky Point Park, close to ice cream, Pajos, woodsy walks, a swimming pool, and the Burrard inlet Great spot for a picnic.

2800 Murray St, Port Moody, Open now to September 4, 9am-8pm daily

Here are other spray parks in Port Moody to try out:

All Port Moody spray parks are open now to September 4, 9am-8pm daily

Alisa Park, 400 Block Glencoe Drive
East Hill Park, 1385 Union Street

Richmond

Steveston Park

Spray park in Metro Vancouver in Richmond called Stevenston spray park where toddlers are running through the spray park

This park is a destination for families. With a train museum (with a real train!), a lovely water park, and a playground built around a fishing village theme, there are hours of entertainment in one spot. Parents can trade off supervision duties and check out the sweet little boutiques and cafes down the way, and when you’re all played out, head down to the docks for fish and chips! Image and text by Vairdy.

4011 Moncton St, Open May long weekend – September 2, dawn to dusk

Here are other spray parks in Richmond to try out:

All Spray parks in Richmond are open May long weekend to September 2, Dawn to Dusk

Burkeville Neighbourhood Park, 1060 Catalina Crescent
Dixon Neighbourhood Park, 9331 Diamond Road
King George/Cambie Community Park, 4100 No. 5 Road
Lang (Saba/Buswell) Park, 8211 Saba Road

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Surrey

Unwin Park

Top Spray park in Metro Vancouver in Surrey called Unwin Park

One of Surrey’s exciting water parks! As you enter, be greeted by a magnificent water tower and giant flowers, releasing a refreshing cascade of water to beat the summer heat. Unwin Park has it all—an outdoor swimming pool, picnic tables, restrooms, and more.

13313 68th Avenue, Open now to late September, 10am to 8pm

Here are other spray parks in Surrey to try out:

All Spray parks in Surrey are open now to late September, 10am-8pm

Bear Creek Park, 13750 88 Avenue
Bridgeview Park, 12560 115 Avenue (Closed for repairs)
Cloverdale Athletic Park, 6330 168 Street
Erma Stephenson Park, 15920 110 Avenue
Fleetwood Park, 15802 80 Avenue
Goldstone Park, 5850 146 Street
Hawthorne Rotary Park, 10513 144 Street
Hazelgrove Park, 7080 190 Street
Newton Athletic Park, 7395 128 Street
South Surrey Athletic Park, 14600 20 Avenue

Vancouver

Granville Island

Spray park in Metro Vancouver called Granville Island, kids running around enjoying the spray park on a hot summer day

If you’re packing the whole family, this is one of the largest and most populated water park destinations during summertime. It’s fun for all ages, and there’s a special area designated just for toddlers.

1318 Cartwright Street, 10am-6pm
Full water park open only weekends and Victoria day long weekend, May 25- June 30
Spray Park only (no waterslide) open weekdays, May 25-June 30
Full water park open 7 days a week, July 1 – September 2

Here are other spray parks in Vancouver to try out:

All Spray parks in Vancouver are May Long Weeknd – September 30,

Chaldecott Park, 4175 Wallace Street, 9am -9pm
Connaught Park, 2390 W. 10th Avenue, 9am-9pm
CRAB Park at Portside, 101 East Waterfront Road, 9am-9pm
David Livingston Park, 315 East 23rd Avenue, 9am-9pm
Garden Park, 1851 Garden Drive, 9am-9pm
Grandview Park, 1657 Charles Street, 9am-9pm
Harbour Green Park,1199 West Cordova, 9am – 9pm
Hastings Park, 2901 East Hastings Street, 9am -9pm
Lumberman’s Arch in Stanley Park, 3301 Stanley Park Drive,10am-7pm
MacLean Park, 710 Keefer Street, 9am-9pm
Norquay Park, 5050 Wales Street, 9am-9pm
Oak Park, 900 W 59th Avenue, 9am-9pm
Pandora Park, 2325 Franklin Street, 9am-9pm
Prince Edward Park, 3773 Prince Edward Street, 9am-9pm
Wesbrook Village, 3338 Webber Lane

West Vancouver

John Lawson Park

Spray park in West Vancouver called John Lawson Park

This revamped super park for the littles has everything you need for a day out, including a sheltered picnic area if you don’t want to pack the beach umbrella. In addition to the splash park, your kids will love playing on the giant pirate ship. A parking lot and street-side parking are also available.

17th St, West Vancouver, Open now, 10am-7pm daily

Originally written by Angela Robertson

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