HARROLD PLACE PARK Splash Pad

Harrold Place Park Splash Pad was a charming, lovely surprise of a park nestled in a quiet street.  The splash pad is actually quite big with a long, rotating cycle of water in it’s structures.  The main features of the splash pad are two large arches on either side of the pad and two tall serpentine posts that spray water out of the ends.  This is a nice splash pad for more hesitant splashers as there is a lot of room between the structures and the water pressure isn’t too high.

The park is well shaded, has a gazebo and plenty of places to sit, and has a playstructure to explore.

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HARROLD PLACE PARK Splash Pad is located at 1 Harrold Place, Ottawa, Ontario in Old Ottawa

Water Play Structures:

Ground Fountains 9
Fountain Spray - five ground fountains of medium strength; Rooster Tail - four rooster tails that send out a low fan of water.
Archways 2
Arch - two large red aches that spray water into the centre.
Tall Posts 2
Sepentine Post - two tall, curvy posts that take turns spraying water down.
Start Button Bollard Activator - black dome on top of short red post.
Last Visited August 7, 2013
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