Mommy really liked the two misting leaves at the Cedarcroft Park Splash pad, but I preferred the dumping buckets at the next splash pad (Queensway Park.)
The water park at Cedarcroft Park is a lot of fun:
- There are two giant leaves that spray a refreshing mist. (Similar to the green leaf at the Emerald Woods Park splash pad.)
- There are three water spouts from the ground that each send up a shower of water.
- There’s a row of single water spouts from the ground that I bet is fun to run under.
- The button that starts the magic can be found on the red post
The splash pad at Cedarcroft Park is only a few blocks away from the Meadowbrook park splash pad, but it’s arguably cooler (literally). The great thing about this splash pad is that there’s almost 360 degrees of water fun – it’s easy to get soaking wet in this one. There’s more mist than spray which Mommy loved.
Right beside the splash pad is a rocket ship play structure that looks fairly new. There’s a toddlerish structure, a preschool agish structure, and a gigantic hill which must be a blast to toboggan down in winter.
You’ll have to decide if the splash pad at Cedarcroft Park is cooler than the splash pad at Queensway Park.