The Penhold Splash Park project was a collaborative effort led by the Town of Penhold. The land for the Splash Park was donated by the Town of Penhold. Donations were made by Red Deer and District Foundation, Alberta Lotteries-Community Initiatives, and other various companies and individuals listed on the sign at the Splash Park. The splash park has a recycled rubber surface which was made possible through a grant from Alberta Recycling. The theme of the Splash Park is based on trains as they are a big part of Penhold's history.
Located on Lincoln Street, beside Jesse Duncan School, the Splash Park offers a much needed break from the summer heat. Children can enjoy playing in the various water apparatuses while parents supervise.
Opens second weekend of June and closes end of the long weekend of September (weather dependant).
Hours of Operation - Penhold Splash Park is open for the season as of Thursday July 2, 2020. Safety Protocols posted onsite much be followed by all users. Please do not visit the splash park if you are feeling unwell.
Daily 11:00am - 7:00pm
Please be considerate when using the Splash Park as this is a re-circulating water system and all water that goes down the drain must be treated. Unwanted substances can cause difficulties with the treatment system resulting in shut downs. If the system is down it is generally due to an unbalance in the chemical treatment system or clogged filters. Please be patient while the attendant rectifies the problem.
• Unsupervised area (the Splash Park Attendant is on site for Splash Park operations, not supervision)
• Parents do not leave children unattended
• No abusive language or objectional behaviour
• No littering, please use garbage cans
• No pets allowed, leashed or unleashed
• No wheeled items (ie: bicycles, strollers, skateboards, scooters) should be on splash pad
• Washrooms remain closed as of June 11, 2021, temporary washroom has been set up on-site while the rink shelter is closed to the public.