The Kiwanis Sprayground is currently closed for the season and will re-open in March 2020.
This interactive children’s water playground is open daily, March-October, and is filled with several water features to beat the summer heat. The 3,000 square-foot play area features colorful, action-packed features that spray, gush, dump and pour water from a variety of whimsical devices. Kids can dodge a crocodile that shoots water out of its mouth; slide down the pirate ship, circle the tumble buckets, and dance in and out of the flower water showers cascading through the sprayground.
The sprayground is ADA accessible, has a non-slip surface, no standing water and includes a fully automatic system of spray and streaming water features with a re-circulating water system. The deck perimeter has shade structures and spectator benches. The facility also has a lightning detection system with automatic water shut off and security cameras.
Rules for Highlander Park and Kiwanis Sprayground. Children who are not potty trained must wear swim diaper and plastic pants.
Parties, Groups and Pavilion Rentals
The two pavilions located at Highlander Park, 1937 Ed Eckert Drive (near Highlander Pool and the Kiwanis Sprayground) are available in 2-hour time blocks: 9-11:30am, 12-2:30pm, 3-5:30pm. Parties and groups are welcome to use the Kiwanis Sprayground but must rent a pavilion. Pavilion rentals do not provide you with exclusive use of the park or its amenities.
Small Pavilion (up to 20 people): $50 resident; $60 non-resident
Large Pavilion (up to 30 people): $60 resident; $70 non-resident
Fee are per time block. For more than 30 people, both pavilions must be rented. Electric is available upon request for an additional $25.
To rent a pavilion or for more information, contact:
Dunedin Community Center
1920 Pinehurst Road
Dunedin, FL 34698