El Cerrito Splash Park: Summer Hours - 510 Families

El Cerrito Splash Park: Summer Hours

At the opposite end of the building from the swimming pool entrance, the kid-friendly splash pad welcomes kids to the El Cerrito swimming pool by providing a water-centric play area that toddlers can enjoy independently. There aren’t many spray parks in the area; it’s a feature more commonly found in the suburbs, so this is a unique opportunity for a different type of water play at one of our public pools.

El Cerrito Splash Pad | Photo: Anna Azimi

Admission is $3.00 per person and the limited hours of operation are posted on the city’s website.

The splash pad was designed to accommodate some overflow from the swimming pool facility, which often reaches capacity on hot days. There is a picnic area with grass adjacent to the water elements.

El Cerrito Splash Park | Photo: Whitney Moss

For parents of two little ones who are not comfortable at a pool, the splash pad will provide an opportunity for safe, wet fun without anxiety. There is no upper or lower age limit for guests. A lifeguard is on duty, and if he or she feels that the age group is too mixed, a split session will be announced, during which kids under 7 will have 30 minutes to play and then kids over 7 will have 30 minutes.

Hours:

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Splash Park Only: Mon – Thur 9 – 11:30 am and 4 – 7 pm, Fri 9 – 11:30 am, Sat and Sun 10 – 12pm.

Pricing:

As of Summer 2019, you may enter the splash park only for $3 during Splash Park only times.  Otherwise, it is part of admission to Family Swim at the pool, $3 for kids 6 and under/$4 for kids 7-17/$6 for adults. (No splash-only price.)

Related link: Swimming lessons in the East Bay

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8 thoughts on “El Cerrito Splash Park: Summer Hours”

  1. My daughter and I went once; she’s 2, and she absolutely loved it. She was shivering and freezing cold, but would go running back for more after taking short breaks under a towel.
    My only “complaint” is that it costs $2 — we moved here from Texas where these splash parks are the norm at parks and are FREE:)

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