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Splash Pads

Open Daily:  10am – 8pm (seasonally)

Splash Pad Rules

  •          Avoid drinking the water
  •          No cell phones or filming of any kind
  •          Water shoes recommended
  •          This spray pad is not supervised
  •          To activate the spray pad press the black cap on the red fire hydrant (Norwich) silver button on green pad (Otterville)
  •          Walk – Don’t run
  •          Respect other users – No Horseplay
  •          No smoking
  •          No Drinking
  •          No pets on pad
  •          No Bicycles, rollerblades or skatebords

For assistance or to report any operational issues (glass, broken equipment), contact Norwich Community Centre at 519-863-3733.

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Harold Bishop Park Splash Pad – 13 North Court St. W., Norwich

This splash pad is located in a wonderful park setting in the centre of the village of Norwich.  Along with picnic areas, park land, small pavilion and large barrier free play structure for all ages, the park offers the large splash pad that covers one full corner of the park.  There are spray loops, bucket dumps, a palm tree sprayer, ground water fountains, a spraying turtle, water cannons and much more.  This location also offers 2 portable barrier free washrooms and free parking for your convenience

 

Otterville Park Splash Pad – 2 North St., Otterville (across the foot bridge)

The Otterville Park Splash Pad is located beside the Otterville Pool.  It is a great place for the little ones to cool off while the older kids are in the “big” pool.  The splash pad offers a spraying butterfly, water dome spray post and ground fountains.  This location also offers the beautiful outdoor Otterville Pool; open from the end of June until Labour Day.  This 10 acre park also offers open park land, tennis courts, basketball nets, historic dancehall pavilion, playground structure, picnic structure, walking trails and baseball diamond.  There are washrooms on site open daily as well as free parking across the foot bridge over Otter Creek.

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