Splash Happy: Twin Cities Guide to Beaches, Pools, Water Parks & Splash Pads

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As the line between late spring and early summer starts to melt away in the rising temps, it’s time to update our master list of Twin Cities beaches, outdoor swimming pools, water parks and splash pads. Several are anticipating an opening Memorial Day Weekend with dozens more following suit in early June. Find your new splash happy spot from our following suggestions:


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TWIN CITIES BEACHES

Opening Memorial Day Weekend 2017:

Opening early June 2017:

TWIN CITIES OUTDOOR POOLS & WATERPARKS

Opening Memorial Day Weekend 2017:

Opening early June 2017:

  • 6/2/17: St. Louis Park Outdoor Aquatic Park | $5-$9.50/pp, discounts after 4:30pm | Aqua obstacle course, slides, wet sand play area and splash playground. Tot Time is Mon-Fri, 10-11am
  • 6/3/17: Edina Aquatic Center | Edina | $9-$11.25/pp, discount after 5pm | Wave simulator, cable zipline ride, pirate-themed kiddie pool, and an outdoor playground

Find your new splash happy spot with Family Fun Twin Cities guide to splash pads, beaches, pools and water parks.

Find your new splash happy spot with Family Fun Twin Cities guide to splash pads, beaches, pools and water parks.

TWIN CITIES SPLASH PADS & WADING POOLS

For our MASTER LIST of Twin Cities-area splash pads, click here or the graphic below.

Opening 5/27/17: Minneapolis Wading Pools | Open daily 10am-9pm | FREE (Beaches also open, but unguarded until 6/10/17)

5/28: Nicollet Commons Park water feature, Burnsville (weather dependent) | Thursday Rockin’ Readers and Thursday Rockin’ Lunch Hours in Nicollet Commons Park begin in June.

Find your new splash happy spot with Family Fun Twin Cities guide to splash pads, beaches, pools and water parks.


 


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Anne Kingston

If we left it up to Anne to write her own bio, it would never get posted. She doesn't enjoy talking about herself, but Anne does love exploring the Twin Cities with her family and sharing her finds here. She, her husband and their four kids are lifelong residents of St. Paul.

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