SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- Temperatures are starting to soar around San Diego County. For kiddos on school break, Southern California's seasonal heat can inflame summer cabin fever symptoms.
No need to sweat it out. Grab the sunscreen and a towel, we've got a remedy that will help you and your family beat the heat.
We've gathered a list of San Diego's splash pads and water parks, fun for all ages. For more information on these locations, follow the links below.
One LEGOLAND Dr.
Carlsbad, Ca 92008
Rides: AQUA ZONE Wave Racers, Beetle Bounce, Coastersaurus, Sky Cruiser, Fairy Tale Brook, Pirate Reef, Sky Patrol
Water Park Hopper - LEGOLAND + Water Park
Adult - $118
Child - $112
2nd Day Upgrade - +$25
Tierrasanta Pool and Play Area
11238 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, Ca
Mon-Fri: 11:00am - 1:00pm, 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Saturday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Mission Bay Park
2688 E Mission Bay Dr.
San Diego, Ca 92109
1600 Pacific Hwy.
San Diego, Ca 92101
"The existing historic landscape and landmark County building form the park’s center, while an interactive splash fountain extends from the building and into the park defining a large civic green. Kids enjoy having a splash, while cooling off on warm days." - sandiegocounty.gov/parks/Waterfrontpark.html
Alga Norte Aquatic Center
6565 Alicante Rd.
Carlsbad, Ca 92009
Doug Coddington wrote on Google Reviews: “We have been visiting parks in Oceanside and Carlsbad area for three years. We bring our grandchildren who rate the parks from 0 to 10, 10 being the very best.
They look at everything from playground equipment, bathrooms, overall cleanliness, rocks to climb, etc.
This park rated the very first 10 out of about 15 parks we have visited. The ages of the 5 grandchildren run from 7-15 so if teens rate a park a 10 then you've got something special going on there.”
Hilton Head Park
16005 Hilton Head Rd.
El Cajon, Ca 92019
10-acre neighborhood park is a pirate-themed splash park—sure to be a hit with the kids. Pricing is $3 per day, $30 per season, or $75 for a three-person family pack.
Victoria Lindsey wrote on Google Reviews: “One things is bad - there is no shade, and when it's hot - you better jump in that water. Yep, it has water fountain to play in (during summer time). You got to pay for it though. Great play area, bathrooms, good parking, track for bicycles, scooters, running/walking or so. Park has sand to play in. Basketball court. Gazebos for parties (if you want to reserve one - there is a fee). I recommend this one”
9310 Fanita Pkwy.
Santee, Ca 92071
You can even rent a floating cabin if you want to spend the night. Please check their website for availability and rates.
Entrance fee is only $4 per vehicle on weekdays and $6 per vehicle on weekends and holidays. During special events the fee is $10 per vehicle.
The Wave Park
101 Wave Dr.
Vista, Ca 92083
2017 GENERAL ADMISSION PRICING
Over 42" Admission - $19.95
Under 42" Admission - $15.95
Senior Admission (60yrs or better) - $12.95
Happy Hour (last 2 hours) - $9.95
Under 3 yrs - FREE
Military Admission (w/ valid ID) - $12.95
Spectator Admission - $19.95*
Aquatica San Diego
2052 Entertainment Circle
Chula Vista, Ca 91911
Savannah Hotzel wrote on Google Reviews: "Fun but long lines the wait is worth it you will have a blast"
City Heights Swim Center
4380 Landis St.
City Heights, Ca
The Wave House
3125 Ocean Front Walk
San Diego, Ca 92109
Splash Pads in San Marcos
Splash Pads will be open Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Parks with Splash Pads:
- Sunset Park locateed at 909 Pruesta del Sol - Closed for resurfacing. Expected reopening: March 10, 2017.
- Buelow Park located at 300 Autumn Drive
- Discovery / Lakeview Park located at 650 Foxhall Drive
- Mulberry Park located at 751 Mulberry Drive
- San Elijo Park located at 1105 Elfin Forest Road