Splash Pads in the Brainerd Lakes Area
Splash pads a fun way for all kids to enjoy water! With 0% risk of drowning and 100% handicap accessible, splash pads offer a safe and accessible water feature for all. We’re lucky to have two such splash pads here! Plus, they’re free for everyone to use.
Brainerd Splash Pad
The Brainerd Splash Pad is a fun place for kids to cool down on a hot summer day. The splash pad features several water shooting sculptures, play activities, benches, and a pavilion for gathering. It’s also home to the iconic Brainerd Lion’s drinking fountain. With its wide sidewalks and flat surface, the splash pad is easily accessible for wheelchairs.
The splash pad is located at Memorial Park.
Pequot Lakes Splash Pad
The Pequot Lakes Splash Pad is a long-time vision coming to fruition. The splash pad just opened, and it includes play activities and vertical water shooting sculptures—all on a 50 foot diameter concrete pad shaped like the Pequot Lakes bobber!
The splash pad is located near downtown in Trailside Park, which is next to the playground equipment and across from the pavilion.
Crosslake Water Feature
In the new memorial garden in Crosslake’s Town Square, you’ll find a water fountain/splash feature that’s perfect for kids to play and splash in while enjoying the new green space and gardens!