Cool Off With a Splash Pad in West Virginia

As summer draws to a close, there is still time left to soak up family fun at a West Virginia splash pad. Splash pads allow families to cool down without having to worry about life jackets or swimming abilities. Pack your sunscreen and towels and find your favorite splash pad in Almost Heaven:

Sprayground at Hurricane City Park

The Sprayground at Hurricane City Park in Hurricane has plenty of space for kids to cool down. With a shaded seating area and concessions nearby, this splash pad is fun for parents, too. Admission to the Sprayground is $3 per person. If you’re from Putnam County, you’re in luck, the Sprayground is free for county residents. While you’re at the park, enjoy fishing access, picnic areas and playgrounds.

Splash Park at Palatine Park

The Splash Park at Palatine Park in Fairmont is fun for the whole family with lots of ways to splash around. Admission to the Splash Park is free. After you’re done soaking up the sun, enjoy a riverfront walk or the nearby playground at Palatine Park.

Sprinkler Splash Pad at Lake Stephens

The Sprinkler Splash Pad at Lake Stephens is fun for the whole family. Admission to the Sprinkler Splash pad is $5 per child with included beach admission. Adults with children are admitted for free. While you’re in the area, checkout the Aqua Water Park at Lake Stephens. If one day isn’t enough, check out the campsites and cabin rentals on site. While you’re there, enjoy fishing and hiking.

Magic Island Park

Magic Island Park in Charleston is home to a Splash Pad that gives Charleston residents the opportunity to cool down in the summer. Admission to Magic Island Park is free. While you’re there, visit Magic Island Park’s volleyball courts and walking trails.

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This post was last updated on August 5, 2020