Hot summer days beg for days at the pool or splash pad to cool off, relax and have lots of fun. This summer has definitely been different and while some cool spots aren’t open, there are still a few places that are. Though these locations are open as of now, the status of them could change at any time so you may want to call before you plan a visit. With so many places still closed, expect crowds to be higher than normal at these locations so plan to visit during an early morning or right prior to closing to avoid some crowds if you choose.
Monroe Field’s Splash Pad in Seabrook is open Tuesday-Sunday each week for your splashing pleasure.
The Brookgreen Splash Park is open until the end of October and is located in La Porte.
Clear Lake Park in Seabrook offers a splash pad that is open daily for you to enjoy.
The Lents Family Park East splash pad is open daily in August then weekends only in September.
May Valley Park in The Woodlands offers a sprayground through October 31.
The Timarron Park sprayground in The Woodlands is also open through October 31.
Zube Park in Hockley offers a splash pad.
Houston’s McClendon Park offers a splash pad.
No matter what you do to have fun this summer, there are still many ways you can cool off and stay safe around town. What is your favorite way to cool off on a hot summer day?
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