It seems the June gloom is finally starting to lift and temperatures are on the rise. What better way to cool off and keep the kids occupied than visiting one of the many amazing splash pads in LA?!

Spend the day staying cool and enjoying the sun while your kids burn-off all that extra energy. While your kids are guaranteed to love it so will your wallet. Why? Because it’s a totally free!

Check the list below to find the splash pads in your area.

Grand Park DTLA
Grand Park


Cerritos Park– Glendale
3690 San Fernando Rd

St Andrews Park & Recreation Center– S. Los Angeles
7801 St. Andrew Place

Rio de Los Angeles State Park– Glassell Park
1900 N. San Fernando Rd.

Queen Anne Recreation Center– Mid City
1240 West Blvd.

Pan Pacific Park– Fairfax
7600 Beverly Blvd.

N. Hollywood Park– Hollywood
11430 Chandler Blvd.

Juntos Park– Atwater Village
3135 Drew St.

Hope and Peace Park– Westlake
843 S. Bonnie Brae St.

Grand Park– Downtown
200 N. Grand Ave.

Panorama City Recreation Center– Panorama City
8600 Hazeltine Ave.

Charles H. Wilson Park– Torrance
2200 Crenshaw Blvd.

Alondra Park– Lawndale
3850 Manhattan Beach Blvd.

Annenberg Beach House– Santa Monica
415 Pacific Coast Hwy.

La Pintoresca Park– Pasadena
42 E Washington Blvd.

Mason Park– Chatsworth
10500 Mason Ave.

Coldwater Canyon Park– Beverly Hills
1100 N. Beverly Drive

Aiden’s Place– W. Los Angeles
1350 S. Sepulveda Blvd.


Have you been to any of LA’s splash pads? Tell me your favorites in the comment below! And don’t be afraid to leave some suggestions. I’m always looking for new places to take my littles ones.

Need some more ideas to keep the kids occupied this summer? Make sure to checkout my Summer Bucket List as well as a few other ideas here, here, and here!

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