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Enchanted Island Park Splash Pad in Phoenix

Enchanted Island Park Splash Pad in Phoenix. Most people are familiar with the rides at Enchanted Island, but I had no idea that they also have a splash pad! Since we have officially transitioned from park weather to splash pad weather, we decided to check it out.

Lucia Perez

Enchanted Island Park Splash Pad in Phoenix. Most people are familiar with the rides at Enchanted Island, but I had no idea that they also have a splash pad! Since we have officially transitioned from park weather to splash pad weather, we decided to check it out.

Enchanted Island is an amusement park in Phoenix which has free admission- you only pay for your rides! The splash zone is located in the back of the amusement park, which is something to be aware of if you’re not planning to ride rides. It was hard to pass all the rides when we came specifically to visit the splash pad.

The splash zone is advertised as designed for young children and that is definitely true. There are two small slides, a few squirting features, and a small dumping bucket. My 3 year old had a blast on the slides and being sprayed by the alligator feature, but my 5 yo and 6 yo lost interest quickly after getting wet.

Kids do not need to be completely dry before riding the rides, but they need to not be dripping water. The splash zone would definitely be a fun way to cool off between rides if you visited the Enchanted Island during the summer.

Another thing to note is that they were very strict about requiring shoes in the splash pad. My kids wore their street shoes because we didn’t realize this was a rule, but I do not recommend that. Definitely bring flip flops or water shoes!

Enchanted Island Park Splash Pad in Phoenix

Enchanted Island is located at 1202 W Encanto Bivd, Phoenix, AZ 85007. The splash pad is open from April 15 to October 5. The cost is $7 for admission to only the splash zone. Adults are free with a paying child up to age 10. Children under 1 are free with a paying adult. Admission to the splash zone is also included in the all day pass.

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  • Lucia Perez

    Lucia is a transplant from Ohio (via Austin, TX and Columbia, MO) and mom of four. When she isn’t homeschooling or preparing a second (and third) lunch of chicken nuggets, she enjoys finding cheap and free things to do in her endless attempt to expend her children’s energy. She is a self-professed book nerd and will go to great lengths to see trees changing color. She has been known to wear a cardigan in October no matter what the temperature.

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