If you’re looking for somewhere to cool off in summer, why not visit one of the Town’s two splash pads?

The splash pads open for the season near the beginning of June and continue to operate until early September. View our Parks Locator to map the locations. The splash pad operating hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Washroom/changeroom facilities are available during splash pad hours. 

Rotary Splash Pad

splash pad at Fendley Park

Located at Fendley Park (11 Fendley Road), the Rotary Splash Pad was developed as a partnership project with the Rotary Club of Orangeville and the town in 2015. It includes pond features such as frogs, birds, cattails and flowers.

The pad has two distinct areas for younger children and older children and both areas are fully accessible and interactive. There is a pavilion area with picnic tables and benches.

Everykids Splash Pad

splash pad at Harvey Curry Park

Located at Harvey Curry Park (30 Lawrence Avenue), the splash pad was completely replaced in 2020 with features that meet the latest safety and accessibility standards, appropriate for all ages and abilities.

The pad includes 14 above-ground features including an explorer dome, 13 ground sprays, two puddles, as well as shade areas and seating. The main feature is the “Lady Bug Soaker”. The new pad features toddler, child and youth zones.

Rebecca Hills Splash Pad

A photo of a splash pad with the water turned offLocated at Rebecca Hills Park (280 Howard Crescent), the Rebecca Hills Splash Pad is the newest addition to our outdoor water play areas. The splash pad opened in June 2024 as part of the Rebecca Hills Park redevelopment project. The features were installed to provide a splash pad in the east end of Orangeville to provide easier access for residents in the Rolling Hills area.

Splash Pad Rules

Guests visiting any of the Town of Orangeville's splash pads must adhere to the rules set out. Signs are posted at each splash pad outlining the rules listed below.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact that Parks and Recreation Department at 519-940-9092.

  • Children must be supervised at all times.
  • Dress appropriately: this can include swim diapers, sunscreen, etc.
  • Footwear is recommended when entering the splash pad and when playing on the play structures.
  • No glass containers, food, or beverages are allowed on the splash pad or in the immediate surrounding area.
  • Recreational water is not intended for drinking.
  • Do not use the splash pad if you have an open sore or rash, or are experiencing nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
  • Do not litter in the splash pad or pollute the water.
  • Play respectfully.
  • No pets, skateboards, or bicycles are allowed in the splash pad area.