Making a Splash in Corpus Christi!
It's happened! Three splash pads have popped up throughout Corpus Christi in May and June 2020. They opened to the delight of many kids. Children and their parents have been dreaming about them and they were instrumental in providing ideas that were used to design them. Each facility offers different interactive water features, so check them all out. The Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation Department invites you to come out, get wet, and let the fun begin!
All the splash pads are FREE for everyone to enjoy!
Splash Pads Schedule
Closed Monday for maintenance, except on holidays
Operates May to October
- Patrons must adhere to at least 6 feet of physical distancing on the splash pad and surrounding area at all times.
- Recommend that all persons on the sidelines use a mask to prevent the spread of the virus.
- More details available on the Open Texas page (effective 7-2-2020)
Lindale Park Splash Pad
On May 23, 2020, the splash pad opened at Lindale Park to joyful reception of kids enjoying the water spray from the various water features. This neighborhood park also includes a playground, picnic table, shade structure, grill, basketball court, and a community garden.
Located at 3133 Swantner Drive
Salinas Park Splash Pad
On June 5, 2020, this splash pad was the latest amenity to be added to this sports and recreation-focused westside regional park. While at the Manuel Q. Salinas Park, we invite you to also check out our award-winning Play-For-All Playground; Miracle League Field, baseball, soccer, backstop, pavilion, restrooms, shade structure, picnic tables, and a walking trail.
Located at 1354 Airport Road
Bill Witt Park Splash Pad
The splash pad, which opened on June 29, 2020, is the latest feature to burst onto the scene at this southside park, and it's thrilling the kids!
Bill Witt Park is a sports and recreation-focused regional park that has long been a favorite of sports enthusiasts and families, serving as the venue for countless little league and soccer games. Many fond memories are tied to this beloved park. The park also features a playground, backstop, as well as a hike and bike trail. Come out and enjoy everything this park has to offer!
Located at 6869 Yorktown Boulevard