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Make A Splash! Water Parks in Victoria

Published May 15, 2019 | Updated Feb 19, 2020

All 10 FREE splash parks around Greater Victoria, as told by a Mom! Most spray parks are already open for 2019 due to the awesome weather, so we have already updated hours and info. These water features are perfect for cooling down on a hot day.

Grab your towels everyone because tis' the season for water parks in Victoria!  

Here is our list of 10 FREE water parks throughout Greater Victoria that your kids will love. They operate seasonally so take advantage this summer if you want to check out a new playground and cool down at the same time.

Our list is now updated for 2019!

Rotary Water Park (also known as Peter Pan Water Park)

Open now through September; 11am- 4pm daily (weather permitting)
Carnarvon Park, Henderson Road, Oak Bay BC

Rotary Water Park is surrounded by tennis courts and playing fields but is an enclosed area. Like most community water parks, this one features various structures that spray water – a hit with toddlers and younger kids. Another popular attraction with kids is a large zipline in the upgraded playground adjacent to the water park. There is also a set of swings for kids who want to dry off a bit. The downside is that there isn’t a lot of green space for parents to pull out a blanket. The picnic tables are often in the shade so parents covet any sunny green space they can find. Go early to stake a spot if you plan to make a day of it or meet a group. Read More.

Beckwith Water Park and Playground 

Open June Noon- 4pm, July & August 10am- 6pm, and September Noon- 4pm
At Beckwith Avenue & Quadra Street, Saanich BC

Beckwith Water Park, located within Beckwith Park in Saanich, is a wonderful place to spend a sunny day.  The playground was recently upgraded and offers activities for the whole family.   The playground has a big kid structure in addition to one for smaller kids’.   There are three slides (slides are always a hit it seems) and a water spray feature called ‘The Frog Pond’.   There are picnic tables, benches, parking, and washrooms.  This is a good location for summer play dates or a large family picnic  with young children because there is a variety to do and you can cool off in the Frog Pond.  Read More.


The Water Park at Beacon Hill Park 

Hours not listed, assume it’s open daily from June to Labour Day, weather permitting
Beacon Hill Park, Circle Drive, Victoria BC

Beacon Hill Park, situated just outside downtown Victoria, is known for its’ petting zoo, duck ponds (feeding the ducks is another fun activity to do with kids), a putting green and terrific playground.  A couple of years back, one of the most recent additions to the park was (to the chagrin of some), a humongous watering can known as ‘Watering Garden’.  Given the crazy unpredictable Victoria weather we have it seemed a bit extravagant for the city; however on a hot day it is the perfect way to spend an afternoon cooling down especially with the infamous Beacon drive-thru was ice cream is a stone’s throw away.   The watering can is well suited for younger children and toddlers.  There’s also a water spray feature in the playground so plan to get wet if you visit Beacon Hill park in the summer (thanks Laura S for the tip). Read More.

Fraser Street Adventure Park - NEW!

Open now through September, 10am- 8pm daily (weather permitting)
535 Fraser Street, Esquimalt BC

This brand new Adventure Park is the talk of the town! The splash park has play structures suitable for ages 2 to 16, and equipped with a picnic area, shady spots, and change facility. The large dumper is a huge hit with kids and the 'spray guns' where they can aim the water. Read More.

Splash Park at City Centre Park

Open May 18 - Sept 1 from 10am - 4pm (note that it's only open on weekends until June 30th)
1089 Langford Parkway, Langford BC
$3.10 per child, and free for Langford residents (bring ID)

City Centre Park in Langford is an “everything” active entertainment zone.  In addition to the water park, City Centre Park offers an 18-hole mini-golf course of pirates, Aztec ruins, and buried treasure. Little kids can then climb and crawl through the Gold Rush-themed PlayZone, the biggest and brightest indoor playground on southern Vancouver Island. During the winter, City Centre Park features an outdoor skating rink and in the summer, the Splash Park is the place to be to beat the heat, featuring a pirate ship that kids will love, palm trees, and of course, plenty of ways to get wet. Read More.

Glen Lake Beach Park (North End)

Open now until September 15, 2019
Shore View Drive, Langford BC

Glen Lake is a gorgeous lake on the tip of Happy Valley with a beach for swimming, picnic tables tucked under willows, playground, and of course the little spray park. While the spray park may not be quite as impressive as some others on the list, the fact that it is accompanied with a swimming lake and BEAUTIFUL scenery really sets this one apart. Read More.

Spray Park at Centennial Park

Open now through September, 9am - 6pm daily
Carlow Road, Langford BC

Centennial Park has four baseball diamonds, two tennis courts, concession, two playgrounds, and now this new water park to entertain the kids! Let's just say, this place has got a lot going for it. One of the best things to do on a summers day is grab something with the kids at the concession stand, watch a baseball game, and then cool off at the spray park. The playgrounds were built in mind of children with physical challenges, so it's a great place for all ages and abilities. Read More.

Langford Lake Spray Park

Open now through September, 11am - 5pm daily
Leigh Road, Langford BC

Langford Lake is the largest lake in the area and is extremely popular for swimming, boating, and fishing during the summer months. The new swimming beach on Leigh Road is the perfect place to go for a swim and also has a spray park and playgrounds. Read More.

Iroquois Water Spray Park

Opens May long weekend till September daily from 10am- 7pm (weather permitting)
Fifth Street & Ocean Avenue, Sidney BC

Iroquois Park includes a water spray park, a change room and washrooms, sports court, putting green, refurbished pond with waterfalls and walkways.  The reviews on the park are very well received and I can’t wait to take the family to beautiful Sidney for an outing. I am hoping to tie the day trip into the night market Sidney holds on Thursday evening from 5:30 – 8:30 on Beacon Street. Read More.

Uptown Water Feature

3440 Saanich RD, Saanch BC

Does this count as a spray park? Ok ok, admittedly we weren't entirely sure. Situated in the heart of the outdoor shopping centre is a small water feature that allows kids to run, play, and get a little wet! While it may not be a destination spot to spend a day, it's a fun way to cool down while out shopping with the kids. Shopping and happy kids? Sounds pretty perfect to me! 


Like most parents, I spent most of the winter cleaning up my bathroom floor from all the splishing and splashing in the bath (my kids, not me) so I will race you to the water park where our kids can splash to their hearts’ content, let off some steam and get fresh air!  

Sounds like the perfect summer day.

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June 4, 2016, 2:06 p.m. Flag

May 12, 2017, 1:07 p.m. Flag

Thanks Laura! We're adding these in for this years version. Thank you for the heads up.


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