Ready, set, go! The province has given the green light to allow the City of Markham to reopen some outdoor amenities and have new guidelines and safety measures for how they are used.
Markham’s splash pads offer a great way to cool down during hot summer days. Pads are located at various locations throughout Markham. To conserve water, the splash pads are activated by push buttons on site and are on timers.
To comply with provincial guidelines, residents are reminded to wait their turn as needed as no more than 10 people can use the splash pads at one time. Physical distancing is required and people should limit their play time when others are waiting.
The following splash pads are now open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
|Ada Mackenzie Park||185 South Park Road|
|Ashton Meadows Park||202 Calvert Road|
|Bayview Lane Park||32 Baymark Road|
|Beaupre Park||105 Golden Avenue|
|Benjamin Marr Park||26 Gowland Road|
|Berczy North Park||447 The Bridle Walk|
|George Couperthwaite Park||45 Kentview Crescent|
|Henry White Park||135 Moss Creek Boulevard|
|James Edward Park||70 Elson Street|
|John Payne Park||130 Hazelton Avenue|
|Millennium Park||100 Town Centre Boulevard|
|Milliken Mills Park||4289 14th Avenue|
|Pottery Park||9390 Markham Road|
|Ray Street Park||99 South Unionville Avenue|
|Roseberry Park||21 Bonnycastle Drive|
|Simonston Park||15 Simonston Blvd.|
|South Unionville Park||514 Caboto Trail|
|Swan Lake Park||25 Swan Park Road|
|Tomlinson Park||98 Boxwood Crescent|
|Upper Cornell Park||128 Northvale Road|
|Victoria Square Park||2929 Elgin Mill Road East|
|William Cantley Park||89 Livante Court|
|Wismer Community Park||980 Bur Oak Avenue|
|Yarl Cedarwood Park||385 Elson Street|