Maumelle: Splash Pad to open July 1 (Updated)

The Maumelle Play and Splash Pad will have a grand opening at 9 a.m. on Thursday, July 1.

A short video of the Splash Pad can be viewed by clicking here.

The Splash Pad will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day with expected operation running through July 1 to October. The Splash Pad is located besides the Maumelle Library

The touch activator that starts the Splash Pad will only work during open hours and its use is free.

Top contributors to the Splash Pad include the City of Maumelle, Ottenheimer Foundation, Arkansas Department of Health, Clark Family Foundation, Maumelle Lions Club, Riley's Warriors Inc., Kimberly Clark Corporation, Kids Being Kids Therapy, Maumelle Rotary Club, Crafton Tull Foundation, Red Basket, Maumelle River Park Civitan Club, Maumelle Baseball

Association, Maumelle Soccer Club, Mazzoni Family, Gardner Family and Maumelle Charter PTO.

Partners include the Timmons Arts Foundation, Play 4 All, Cunningham Recreation and RIR Enterprises.

The Splash Pad must be vacated at the first sign of thunder or lightning.

Other rules include:

  • Splash Pad is unsupervised, use at your own risk.

  • Children under 12 must have adult supervision.

  • No running or disorderly behavior. No profanity.

  • No climbing or hanging from equipment.

  • No pool toys, floats, or chairs on Splash Pad.

  • No radios or audio players, unless using headphones.

  • No scooters, skateboards, skates, bicycles, or rollerblades.

  • Proper swimwear required at all times. Swim diapers required for infants and small children.

  • Water shoes or swim socks are recommended.

  • No food, chewing gum, or drinks on Splash Pad. No glass containers or breakable objects

  • allowed. Splash Pad is defined by the brown concrete.

  • Use of drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, and e-cigarettes are strictly prohibited. (City of Maumelle

  • Ordinance No. 907)

  • No animals other than designated service animals.

  • No soaps, bubbles, or water balloons.

  • Diaper changing table available in restrooms.

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