Splash Pads and Pools in Oakville

We’ve got all of your splash pads and swimming pools in Oakville so you can cool down all summer long! 

Oakville has dozens of wet and wild splash pads and pools to cool down on summer’s hottest days. This summer has some restrictions to make swimming and splashing as safe as can be. Be sure to familiarize yourself with them so you’re ready to play safely.

oakville splash pads

Coronation Park

1426 LAKESHORE ROAD WEST Coronation Park itself is a beautiful park next to the lake with walking trails but the splash pad is also one of the best for shade and fun! The castle theme is perfect and kids can hide behind shields while using the water cannons to fire at ‘enemies’. Central to the pad is the crown – a giant spray structure! There’s something for all ages here. Parking and washrooms are available.

Forster Park

100 NORTH FORSTER PARK DRIVE  NEAR TRAFALGAR AND CORNWALL ROAD A small splash pad surrounded by lots of mature trees for shade (can you tell shade is important to us redheads?) and green space to play in, in a residential neighbourhood. A hidden gem for sure.

Heritage Way Park

1659 HERITAGE WAY Misty mornings in this splash pad! Along with spray structures and buckets is a gentle misting hoop for those maybe not brave enough for the big structures yet (or just for adults to cool off). There is some parking available for people wanting to try this one out.

Isaac Park

3086 ISAAC AVENUE NEAR SIXTH LINE AND DUNDAS A small splash pad in a residential area with a few spraying frames, sprinkler spots and tipping buckets. As a relatively newly constructed park, the trees are a little small for shade, but there is a pavilion and lots of green space. There’s no dedicated parking for this one, so can be challenging at busier times.  

Millbank Park

166 GLENASHTON DRIVE  (ENTER ON MILLBANK DR) Plenty of parking associated with this park, the splash pad is pirate/boat themed with interactive structures. The entrance and parking on Millbank Drive will get you closest to the action.

Munn's Creek Park

153 RIVER OAKS BLVD WEST A pond theme for this pad - run through the misting frog’s mouth or be sprayed by a dragonfly! This one is great for all ages – smaller ones have enough to do, but there’s enough variety to keep the older ones engaged. Lots of tall trees and a pavilion for shade, plus trails with a bridge to help keep everyone interested and happy.

Nautical Park

355 NAUTICAL BLVD Lots of water jets from the concrete pad as well as a few other features make Nautical Park a favourite. Parking and greenspace nearby is will be appreciated!

Neyagawa Park

540 RIVER GLEN BLVD On the other side of Neyagawa Blvd from Lions Valley Park is Neyagawa Park – a great splash pad in Oakville to cool down if you’ve been exploring the trails across the street. This spray pad has high and low water jets to make everyone happy.

Old Abbey Lane Park

1110 OLD ABBEY LANE Another park with lots of apparatus to keep you on your toes, this one is in a bit more of an open area, so don’t forget the sunscreen!

Pine Glen Park

1482-1520 PINE GLEN ROAD (PARKING LOT OFF THIRD LINE MAY BE BEST) With sprays coming from the floor and walls as well as overhead, this one has lots of ways to keep cool. Lots of fields available for play and picnics.

Postridge Park

400 POSTRIDGE DRIVE Ahoy me Hearties! Play a-plenty in this pirate-themed pad with a ship, cannons, and even frogs to sit on if you dare. With a small area for the littlest ones, there’s something for everyone in this splash pad, with plenty of parking.

Sixteen Hollow Park

2140 WESTOAK TRAILS With lots of jets from the concrete pad, as well as the ‘leafy’ structures, there’s lots of interest in this park. With plenty of parking and fields, it’s a place you could spend your day!

Valleybrook Park

1150 VALLEYBROOK DR The very littles and their parents will appreciate this small splash pad with good sight lines and one entrance.

Valleyridge Park

2524 VALLEYRIDGE DR Animal lovers are in for a treat in this splash pad in Oakville, where an oversize elephant is waiting to shelter you, then spray you from its mouth and trunk! Beware the palm trees too, they will spray you, and with lots of jets coming from the floor, it’s a jungle out there! Parking is adjacent to the splash pad so it’s easy for little legs to get to.

{closed} Westoak Trails Park

2860 WESTOAK TRAILS BLVD Fun splash pad with cannons and lots of spray jets, in an area full of nature trails and shady areas with easy parking, this is a favourite with young and old.

Wynten Park

2495 WYNTEN WAY A small splash pad with jets coming from the concrete pad and some spray towers. Parking very nearby, and green space to run in before heading back to the splash pad to get cool.


Splash Pads are open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Public Health officials remind you:

  • Splash pads are unsupervised. Parents/guardians must supervise their children at all times
  • Be courteous and share the space with others. Limit your time to ensure all have a chance to play
  • Keep two-metre distance from others who are not from the same household
  • Do not gather in groups of more than 10
  • Stay home if you are sick
  • Avoid touching surfaces. Use your elbow to activate splash pads.
  • Splash pad amenities are not sanitized. User should wash their hands before and after use.
forster park splash pad in oakville

oakville swimming pools

Not Updated for 2021

The following pools will be open for recreational swims on July 13, 2020. The capacity at the pools will be reduced to help ensure physical distancing guidelines are able to be maintained in compliance with Halton Public Health Regulations, Lifesaving Society’s Guidelines, and Provincial guidelines.

Oakville residents must pre-book their swim blocks online in advance at active.oakville.ca To ensure capacity restrictions are met, drop-ins are not allowed. Bookings will open July 6, 2020. Fees: $4 for seniors and youth, $5 for adults.

lions pool

159 FELAN AVE (EAST SIDE OF FELAN AVENUE, OFF REBECCA ST) A 30m pool with stair access and a dry slide (must complete a swim test to use). The pool deck is nice and wide but not much shade at certain times of the day. Leisure Hours: Daily 1-2:30pm, 3-4:30pm, 5-6:30pm Lengths: Daily Noon-12:45pm, 7-7:45pm

falgarwood pool

1349 GAINSBOROUGH DR (SOUTH SIDE OF GAINSBOROUGH, OFF GROSVENOR ST) A 25M pool with stair access and a dry slide (must complete a swim test to use). The pool deck is nice and wide but not much shade at certain times of the day. Leisure Hours: Daily 2-3:30pm, 6-7:30pm Sat/Sun: 11am-12:30pm Lengths: Daily 1-1:45pm, 5-5:45pm  Sat/Sun: 10-10:45am

Queen Elizabeth Park (QEPCCC)

2302 BRIDGE The only indoor swimming pool in Oakville on the list, Queen Elizabeth Park is a 25m with wheelchair accessible lift into the pool; stair access to the pool; and 88-degree water. Leisure Hours: Daily  2:30-4:00pm, 6:30-8pm  Sat/Sun 1:30-3:00pm Lengths: Daily 4:30-5:15pm, 5:30-6:15pm  Sat/Sun: 11:30am-12:15pm, 12:30-1:15pm

Wedgewood Pool

351 CAIRNCROFT RD  (OFF DEVON RD BETWEEN CORNWALL ROAD AND LAKESHORE RD EAST) A 25M pool with stair access and a dry slide (must complete a swim test to use). The pool deck is nice and wide but not much shade at certain times of the day. Leisure Hours: Daily 1-2:30pm, 3-4:30pm, 5-6:30pm Lengths: Daily Noon-12:45pm, 7-7:45pm  

Regular swim admission policies will apply. In addition: 

  • Customers will be asked a verbal health questionnaire before entering the pool.
  • Anyone exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to enter.
  • In compliance with guidelines for opening aquatic facilities in this phase, change rooms and access to change areas will not be available.
  • Swimmers must arrive already wearing their bathing attire and leave without changing at the facility (bring an extra towel for the walk or drive home).
  • Swimmers are encouraged to shower at home in advance and showers will be accessible prior to entering the pool only.
  • Washrooms will remain open.
  • Equipment will not be available for use with the exception of lifejackets which will be disinfected between users.
  • All swimmers will be asked to leave the facilities after their swimming time to allow for thorough cleaning between swim times.
  • Physical distancing is still required. Individuals must maintain a distance of at least two metres apart while queuing to enter the pool, on the pool deck, and in the water; however, this does not apply to people who are living together in the same household.
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