This interactive children’s water playground 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.
Sprayground reopens Friday, June 5th. The Dunedin Parks & Recreation Department reopened the Kiwanis Sprayground on Friday, June 5th, in a limited capacity. The City is committed to offering a safe environment for our patrons and staff. Due to City of Dunedin summer camp beginning June 1st and campers frequenting the Sprayground, modified hours are in place. Hours subject to change.
- Monday-Thursday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm (hourly blocks)
- Friday: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm (hourly blocks)
- Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (hourly blocks)
- Limited capacity of 40 people per hour block
- All patrons will be screened by Staff prior to entering the Sprayground
- Reservations & Admission: Admission to the Sprayground is free, however reservations are required ahead of time:
All rentals remain postponed at this time. All other recreational facilities, including the Dunedin Community Center, MLK, Jr. Recreation Center, and Hale Senior Activity Center remain closed to the general public with the exception of the Fitness Center and City of Dunedin Summer Camp.
For more information about Kiwanis Sprayground, please call 727-298-3266 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.