Lincoln Splash Pad

lincoln splash pad

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715 17th Street East
Palmetto, Florida 34221
(941) 742-5923

Lincoln Park Splash Pad is our newest state-of-the-art splash park facility that is available, free of charge, to the public.  This facility has 8 upright features and 13 ground sprayers.  Restrooms and picnic tables are available in the park area.

Hours

  • Closed for Season 

The Splash Pad will be closed for season on Monday, August 27.

  • Children 10 years old and under must be accompanied by an adult, 18 years or older.
  • The facility may close for inclement weather.
  • Splash park can not be rented or reserved.

Fees

Lincoln Splash Pad is free for the public to enjoy

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT IS THE COST OF USING THE LINCOLN PARK SPLASH PAD? 

There is no entrance fee for the splash pad.

CAN WE RENT OUT THE SPLASH PAD? 

No, the Lincoln Park Splash Pad is open to the public only and cannot be reserved for private use.

CAN WE RESERVE A PICNIC TABLE AT THE SPLASH PAD? 

The pavilion and picnic tables adjacent to the splash pad are able to be reserved ahead of time at by calling (941) 742-5923.  However, this does not include the splash pad.  Please inquire at time of rental that the splash pad will be operational.

ARE THERE ANY RULES TO FOLLOW? 

Yes, the lifeguard on duty, will enforce all rules and regulations.  Several signs are located within the splash pad that indicates the most popular rules.  These include: No running, No horseplay, No food, drink, or smoking is allowed inside the splash pad area, No climbing on any of the spray features, be respectful to others using the splash pad and OBEY the lifeguard at all times.

IS THERE AN AGE LIMIT FOR USING THE SPLASH PAD? 

No, there is no age limit.  However, children who are not toilet trained are required to wear swim diapers.

ARE BATHING SUITS REQUIRED IN THE SPLASH PAD? 

Proper swimming attire is required when visiting the Splash Pad.  Underwear, regular diapers, street shoes, jeans and see through clothing are strictly prohibited.