One of our favorite parts of summer is cooling off in our area’s splash pads! Fishers Parks will open their sprinkler parks and spray grounds this summer beginning Memorial Day weekend. The Fishers splash pads are scheduled to remain open throughout the summer season but will be closed after Labor Day weekend. Weather permitting, these fun community amenities will be available for public use from 10 am-8 pm daily!
Don’t forget to pack a picnic and sunscreen to make a day of your trip to the splash pad! The splash pads at Billericay and Holland parks are adjacent to amazing playgrounds, so you may find you don’t need any other plans for the day. Bonus points if you can catch a Kona Ice truck when you visit!
Oftentimes, a splash pad is an affordable, convenient way to cool off in the summer. But if you need a real-life swimming pool to splash into this season, the Indy area is full of options and our team has visited them all! Learn more about nearby pools and waterparks, as well as local beaches where you can enjoy some sand and sun, on Indy with Kids. Similar to the splash pads, most are open from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Fishers Splash Pads
Billericay Park Splash Pad
12690 Promise Road, Fishers
Billericay (pronounced bill-er-ick-ee) Park’s splash pad is a favorite spot in the summer for kids and parents to stay cool. This cement slab water splash park is full of moving pieces. Dumping buckets and large stationary water “guns” are available for kids to use. A rainbow arch and castle-themed spray elements add some whimsy to the design of the space.
Some shade is found at nearby tables with umbrellas, shade sails, and a covered pavilion. There is also traditional playground equipment for two different age groups. The park includes a wooded area with a walking trail so you can soak up some natural beauty during your visit to the splash pad at Billericay Park.
Roy G. Holland Park Splash Pad
1 Park Dr, Fishers
The splash pad at Holland Park is a cement top area with in-ground water features that surprise visitors with fun patterns and unexpected sprinkles. This splash pad is located in full sun with shade trees nearby. Some bench seating is available in the area and a covered picnic area is attached. The traditional playground is a favorite for local kids. Besides the main play structure, there is a separate playground section for younger kids and toddlers and several accessible features throughout.
Fishers Nickel Plate District AMP Pavilion Fountains
10 Municipal Drive, Fishers
These ADA-accessible fountains shoot and bubble from the ground. This wide open space is a perfect place to splash for kids of all ages, including toddlers. The concrete splash pad is surrounded by picnic table seating, making it a convenient spot for an outdoor lunch. Public restrooms and drinking fountains are located inside the pavilion in close proximity to the play area. The fountains are lit with beautiful colors at night.
The Fishers Farmer’s Market is held Saturdays in the same municipal area as the AMP pavilion and Nickel Plate Amphitheater. Plan to pick up some fresh produce and baked goods before or after cooling off in the splash pad on a beautiful summer morning!
The city of Fishers has several times been named one of the country’s best places to live by multiple publications, including Money Magazine. These fun splash pads are just a small piece of the puzzle that forms this nationally-recognized, family-friendly community. Other beloved features within the city include the Smithsonian-affiliated living history museum, Conner Prairie; the top-notch Hamilton East Public Library System and the accompanying Ignite Studio maker space; and premium parks like the free Agripark and highly-anticipated Geist Waterfront Park.