The Victoria Parks & Recreation Department’s splash pads provide an engaging and interactive fun activity year-round for children, especially during the hot summer months. Splash pads are brightly colored facilities featuring water play equipment that squirts, sprays, mists and shoots water. Children will be able to enjoy everything from oversized flowers that mist to a ladybug that pours water when filled and in-ground elements that resemble geysers.
Splash pads open at the beginning of Spring Break and close the last weekend of October. Operating hours are 9am-9pm to maximize community access. Please review Splash Pad rules upon entering to ensure a safe and fun visit.
Please Note: When water splash pads are being cleaned or maintenance is being performed, they will be closed to public. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Community Park Splash Pad - 211 N Ben Wilson
Community Park’s splash pad opened to the community in 2016. The design of the play area was inspired from amenities throughout Community Park’s Sports Complex featuring elements inspired from the Youth Sports Complex, basketball pavilion, and tennis courts. Additional amenities include restrooms, playground, and covered picnic tables.
**Community Park Splash Pad is currently closed for repairs.**
Ethel Lee Tracy Splash Pad - 1507 Placido Benavides Dr.
Ethel Lee Tracy Park splash pad opened in 2018 through the generous support of the Cloyde and Ethel Lee Tracy Foundation. The design incorporates a fun and whimsical nature theme with oversized flowers, butterflies, ladybug bucket, and more! Additional amenities include covered picnic tables, basketball court, tennis courts, playground, restrooms, and more.
Lone Tree Creek Splash Pad - 4009 E Airline
Victoria’s first splash is located at Lone Tree Creek Park. Opening in 2009, this splash pad features spray features, geysers, and water cannons, and more. Additional amenities include covered picnic tables, restrooms, and open green space.