Baton Rouge Splash Pads, Pools and Water Parks :: A Guide For Families

If you’re looking for water fun in and around Baton Rouge, look no further than this list! There are dozens of Baton Rouge splash pads and places to have fun in the water around Baton Rouge!

Baton Rouge Splash Pads, Pools and Water Parks :: A Guide For Families

Repentance Park Fountains :: Located downtown in front of the Shaw Center for the Arts, these interactive fountains will leave kids jumping for joy. There is also another great fountain for playing and splashing in the North Blvd Town Square.
Cost: FREE

BREC Splash Pads :: There are a few BREC Parks with Baton Rouge splash pads! They are open March – October from 8:00am to 8:00pm
Cost: FREE

  • Greenwood Community Park – This park near the Baton Rouge Zoo in Baker also features a playground, picnic area, golf, disc golf, dog park, walking trails, tennis courts and a fishing lake.
  • Forest Community Park – Off of South Harrell’s Ferry Road with a playground, picnic area, pavilion rentals, recreation center, indoor basketball, tennis courts, baseball field, dog park, walking paths, and a fishing lake.
  • City-Brooks Community Park – Near LSU and offering a playground, picnic area, dog park, tennis courts, baseball & soccer fields, golf course, outdoor basketball court, walking paths, and fishing lake.
  • Highland Road Community Park – In addition to the splash pad, this park also features a playground, archery range, tennis court, baseball field, disc golf, tennis court, indoor basketball, and the Highland Road Observatory.
  • Jackson Community Park – Visit the splash pad at this park in Central. The park also has a playground, picnic areas, baseball field, tennis court, soccer field, and walking trail.
  • Zachary Community Park – Zachary Community Park splash pad can be activated with a brass push button on the three foot yellow pole located in the splash pad spray area and is practically brand new! There are lots of other amenities like a walking trail as well. This is sure to be a favorite Baton Rouge splash pad.

Baton Rouge splash pads

BREC Swimming Pools :: Open May 25 – July 25 from 2:00-5:00pm
Cost: $1.00 per person, per day

BREC’s Liberty Lagoon :: Liberty Lagoon features water fun for the whole Baton Rouge family and includes slides, pools, a splash pad, a lazy river and more. Check the website for hours of operation. This is just one of many Baton Rouge splash pads we love!
Cost: Age 1 and younger – Free
Under 48″ tall – $10
48″ and taller – $12

Jambalaya Park Spray Pad and Pool :: Opening May 25 – Located in Gonzales, this park offers both a splash pad and a swimming pool. The splash pad is open from 8:00am to 9:00pm Tuesday through Sunday. If you can’t get to a Baton Rouge splash pad, this is nearby in Gonzales!
Cost: Spray Pad: FREE
Swimming Pool: $6 per person

Oak Grove Community Center Splash Pad :: This park has a splash pad, playground, and basketball courts and is located at Hwy 42 and Hwy 73 in Prairieville.
Cost: FREE

Blue Bayou Water Park :: Off of Highland in Baton Rouge, Blue Bayou features more than 20 water attractions including the world’s largest upside down water slide and frequent concerts. Check the website for hours of operation.
Cost: Under 35″ – FREE
36″ – 48″ – $34.75
Over 48″ – $40.75
Age 60 and older – $34.75
Special pricing and season passes available

AquaPards Water Park :: Located in Denham Springs and open Monday – Friday from 10-5, Saturday from 10-6, and Sunday from 12-5.
Cost: Under 30″ – Free
In-District – $6
Out of District – $9

Grab your sunscreen and a towel, and beat the heat at one of these great Baton Rouge splash pads, pools or water parks!

Last but not least, you can always drive to New Orleans for the Lazy River and Cool Zoo or their multiple splash pads if you get bored of those in Baton Rouge!

Happy summer, Baton Rouge moms!

Ashley S
Ashley grew up in Joplin, Missouri and attended the University of Arkansas where she earned a degree in Finance and Insurance. She met her husband, Jason, in Fayetteville and they have one daughter, Etta Mae. They moved to Baton Rouge in 2013 for Jason's job with the LSU Tigers. Ashley is an extroverted introvert who loves Ted Talks, following politics on Twitter, and figuring out how to get the best deals on everything without paying shipping. If it were up to her, she would get paid to read books and take every college class so that she could learn everything about everything, but instead she pays the bills by working in recruiting for a multinational tech company. Ashley is blessed to have a daughter who is at least as stubborn as she is and a husband who is laid back enough to put up with both of them.

3 COMMENTS

  1. There are also two super cute play grounds and splash pads at the brusly and addis parks in west baton rouge. The one in brusly is only about 5 miles from downtown baton rouge.h

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