With long days, school holidays, and hot weather, Saskatoon families are always looking for a way to cool off! And there’s no better (or cheaper) way to do so than at one of the many Spray Pads in Saskatoon! These colourful features with cool spray are sure to be hit with everyone in the family, and, best of all, they are FREE! Wherever you find yourself in the city, with 21 locations, a spray pad won’t be far away. Check out the one nearest you, or venture to one you’ve never been to before. Here’s the latest list of Saskatoon locations:

1| Arbor Creek:  Arbour Creek Park, 1015 Kenderdine Road

2| Briarwood: Briarwood Park, 602 Briarwood Road

3| Brighton: Brighton Core Park, 500 Brighton Blvd

4| City Park: Nutrien Playland at Kinsmen Park, 945 Spadina Crescent East

5| Dundonald: Dundonald Park, 162 Wedge Road

6| Erindale: Ernest Lindner Park, 225 Kenderdine Road

7| Evergreen: Funk Park, 628 Manek Road

8| Exhibition: Thorton Park, 120 Isabella Sreet

9| Forest Grove: Les Kerr Park, 501-115th Street

10| Hampton Village: Al Anderson Park, 1087 Hampton Circle


11| Holliston: Holliston Park, 1905 5th Street East

12| Kensington: Lions Century, Kensington Ln N

13| Mayfair: A.H. Brown Park, 1615 Avenue D North

14| Lakeridge: Crocus Park, 305 Waterbury Road

15|  Parkridge: Parkridge Park, 1219 McCormack Rd

16| Pleasant Hill: Pleasant Hill Park, 220 Ave U South

17| River Heights: Robert Hunter East Park, 60 Ravine Drive

18| Riverlanding: Friendship Park, Spadina Crescent

19| Rosewood: Glenn H. Penner Park, 205 Olson Lane

20| Silverspring: Silverspring Park, 738 Konihowski Road

21| Silverwood Heights: W.J.L. Harvey Park, 403 Silverwood Road

22| Stonebridge: Alexander MacGillivray Young Park, 155 Stonebridge Common

23| Willowgrove: Wallace Park, 903 Stensrud Road

Spray Pads in Saskatoon

When: June 1 to September 2, 2024.
Opening Times: 10 am – 8 pm | From Monday to Friday in June spray pads located near school grounds are set to turn off 5 minutes before recess and lunch breaks and will resume 5 minutes after the breaks are over.
Where: City of Saskatoon
Website: www.saskatoon.ca