The Concert of Colors returns for 2022 and, as part of the festivities, the Michigan Science Center is offering FREE…
We love FREE – and splash pads! Nothing beats a splash pad on a summer day – swimsuits optional (you can keep your street clothes on), no sand in sight and it’s safe for all ages. Pack a picnic and find a splash park near you!
Not all splash pads open on Memorial Day, check the link before planning your trip. Metroparks require a car pass to enter to parks but you can get a free day pass with your library card using the Michigan Activity Pass (you need to do this before you arrive).
- Riverside Park Splash Pad (Auburn Hills)
- Oxford Park (Berkley)
- Heritage Park Splash Playground (Canton)
- Mt. Elliot Splash Park (Detroit)
- Palmer Park Splash Pad (Detroit)
- Dearborn Splash Pads
- Lyle C. VanHouten Spray Park (Dearborn Heights)
- Heritage Park Splash Pad (Farmington Hills)
- Lake St. Clair Metropark Beach (Harrison Township)
- The Sprayscape (Plymouth Township)
- Handy Park Splash Pad (Redford)
- Emmons Plaza (Rochester Hills)
- Normandy Oaks Splash Pad (Royal Oak)
- Fountain at City Square (Warren)
- Indian Springs Spray ‘n’ Play (White Lake)
- Civic Center Park (Woodhaven)
Photo credit: Mt Elliot Splash Park
About Ashley Hubbbard-Porter
Ashley Porter is a Chicago native who now calls Birmingham home. Ashley and her husband Mike and son Jake love attending local festivals, exploring Detroit’s diverse food scene, and venturing outside of Metro Detroit to enjoy the natural beauty of Michigan. With a background in Early Childhood Education, Ashley loves connecting with and supporting families in her community, which is why she is so excited to be a part of LittleGuide Detroit.