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Local Parks with Water Play Areas

Summer is almost here and school is almost out. One of our favorite things to do during summer is take our kids to the local parks that have a water play areas. Here is a list of local parks with water play and some other fun features. I know for us on the days where it’s very very hot, having a place to go locally that is fun instead of a ride in the hot car works great! Over the years I have seen more parks being built that include a water area which is so nice! If you’re looking to check out the parks before going, google is a great resource for photos!

1.) Livermore Community Park
6004 Riley St, Folsom, CA 95630
(916) 355-7285
This Park features Sports fields, sand volleyball courts, picnic pavilions, a playground along with a seasonal water-play area, fun for the entire family.

It’s been awhile since we have been here, looking forward to visiting soon!

2.) Nisenan Community Park
700 Golf Links Dr, Folsom, CA 95630
This Park features a circular play and splash and water play area with picnic benches surrounding the area. The park also has two separate playground areas.

We haven’t been to this park yet, will be one that we visit very soon!

3.) John Kemp Community Park
1322 Bundrick Drive, Folsom, CA 95630
(916) 355-7285
This park features multiple soccer fields close by and a circular water play area near swings and the playground. Plenty of picnic bench areas for a nice play to stop and have lunch with your family.

This park has a lot of shade as well.

4.) Promontory Community Park
2700 Alexandra Dr, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
(916) 933-6624
This Park features a colorful large water play area near covered picnic benches, perfect for entertaining or hosting a Birthday Party. This park also has a playground as well.

This is one of our favorites! We have celebrated many friends summer birthdays here!

Wishing Everyone a wonderful Summer of 2018 đŸ™‚

Photo Credit By Jelleke Vanooteghem
Photo Credit By Frank McKenna
Photo Credit By Maxime Bhm
Photo Credit By Jelleke Vanooteghem

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