Splash Pads and Spraygrounds In + Around Omaha

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Seymor Smith Park, Ralston

Cool off at one of the many spraygrounds or splash pads in Omaha this summer. Spraygrounds in Omaha operate 9 am to 8 pm daily, beginning first Saturday in May through the last Sunday in September, weather permitting. 

Spraygrounds or splash pads are a fun safe option to play in the water. No matter where you live in the Omaha area, there is a splash pad for you!

Spraygrounds are especially great for young children because you don’t have to worry about if kids are able to swim and they are FREE! Pack some snacks and water bottles and make it a play date. 

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Spraygrounds and Splash Pads in + around Omaha

North of Dodge + East of 680

Benson Park

7002 Military Ave, Omaha, NE 68104
The rubber-padded water area includes 29 spray features with images of cattails, insects, and flowers. Around the spray ground is a picnic table area with a shade canopy.

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Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge plaza, Omaha

The RiverFront

900 Farnam St Omaha, NE
With water features and fountains at both Gene Leahy Mall and Heartland of America Park, kids have plenty of options to splash and play in the water.

Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge: CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

705 Riverfront Dr, Omaha, NE 68102
Located next to the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge and the Missouri River, water sprays from the circular plaza. Restrooms located in the National Park Service Building.

Fontenelle Park

4405 Fontenelle Blvd, Omaha, NE 68104
Nine spray features including colorful dumping bells, spinners, and spray “flowers”. Ground sprays are interactive – when a child steps on a spray, nearby sprays react by rising higher. Water jellies are low sprays that are toddler-friendly. 


4573 N 138th St.
This new splash pad has fourteen different water features including a spray loop, snail, water tunnel, and numerous ground sprays. The main water element is the Twinsplash, a bucket tower that creates anticipation and excitement with its two water wave effect.

Kountze Park

1920 Pinkney St, Omaha, NE 68110
Features interactive palm trees, spray hoops, and ground sprays.

Levi Carter 

809 Carter Lake Shore Drive 
Features a serpentine stream bed with playful fish, flowing water plants, and many other fascinating water play elements designed to evoke thoughtful and imaginative play. The main water element is the large 50-gallon dump bucket.


2707 Redick Ave.
The largest sprayground in Omaha! It has a Viking theme with 37 spray features, including a Viking ship, sea monster, and large dump bucket. Bonus: there is shaded seating for parents. 

Orchard Park

6502 Hartman Ave, Omaha, NE 68104
It has a space theme with the sun, stars, and planets illustrated in the rubber surfacing. Spray components include a water wheel, an arch, spray hoops, a donut, and ground sprays. 

Sandy’s Splish Splash Garden

500 South 20th Street, Omaha, NE
Cool off outside the Omaha Children’s Museum. 

South of Dodge and East of 75

Alaskan Adventure at Henry Doorly Zoo

3701 S 10th St, Omaha, NE 68107
Access with zoo admission. Public restrooms and changing areas are available next to the exhibit.

Morton Park

5724 S 41st Ave, Omaha, NE 68107
A sun-themed water playground has an area designed for smaller children. 

Upland Park

3104 Jefferson St, Omaha, NE 68107
The spray features are activated by sensors and include a sea serpent, spray hoops, and daisies. 

Everette Park 

Betz Road
Swinging water buckets, children-controlled water sprays, water tunnels, and more. 

Looking Glass Splash Pad TEMPORARILY CLOSED


Hastings Banner Park

5005 Virginia St Omaha, NE
Cool off at the splash pad after playing at the park.

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Central between I-680 and Highway 75

Seymor Park All Play Complex, Ralston

6802 Harrison St, Omaha, NE 68127
This sprayground is universally accessible with no curbs or steps. There is plenty of handicap parking.

Stinson Park at Aksarben Village 

2285 South 67th Street
Splash in the fountain near the tower in the center of the park. 

West of I-680

Coyote Run

5316 S 189th St Omaha, NE 
Features a spray tunnel, water sprays, showers, and a giant water–pouring bucket.  

Stone Ridge Park

4655 N 163rd St, Omaha, NE 68116
This neighborhood sprayground includes a spray tunnel, small water buckets, jumping streams and more.

Westwood Heights Park

12334 Seldin Drive, Omaha, NE
The rainbow, serpent, ground sprays, dumping buckets, elephant, and sea horse spray cannons are touch-activated. 

Papillon & La Vista

Cimarron Woods Park

7419 S 101st Ave, La Vista, NE 68128
This unique sprayground features a towering spinning water feature, geysers, and spray tunnels.

Eagle Ridge Park

2122 Cobblestone Rd, Papillion, NE 68133
Kids will love the pelican dump-bucket, a blue whale misting system, sunflower sprays, bubblers, and a geyser. 

Schwer Splash Pad

800 West Centennial Road, Papillion, NE 68046
Check out the shower flowers, dumping buckets, spray cannons, and rainbow rings.

Shadow Lake Towne Center

7775 Olson Dr, Papillion, NE 68046
Let the kids cool off after you’re done shopping! 

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Council Bluffs, Springfield, and Louisville

Bayliss Park 

1st Avenue & Pearl Street, Council Bluffs, IA
Kids can run and splash in the fountain. Be sure to look for the six squirrel statues around the park. 

Fairmount Park

Fairmount Park, Council Bluffs, IA
Enjoy views of the Omaha skyline from the splash pad.

Louisville Park

3rd and Main, Louisville, NE
This two-tiered spray park features a waterfall, dump bucket, fountain, and more. 

Ruwe Park

5th & Howard
The water features are operated by sensors at this park. 

Did we miss any splash pads in Omaha? Let us know!

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  1. What a great resource for Dads too. I will definitely have to check some of these out with the kids. Does anyone have a favorite splash pad?


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