If you own or manage a splash pad or spray park for a municipality, for a hotel or resort, or in any other type of installation, you are probably wondering if and when your park will open.  For the foreseeable future, the COVID-19 quarantine measures around the world, whether they have been relaxed, or continue to be tightened, have changed how you run your facility, or if you run your facility.

But, if you are involved in planning a new splash pad or spray park, you may have other questions to answer. Certainly, your project may be affected by COVID-19-related delays, including staffing shortages, business interruptions and budget adjustments.

But, if your planning is still on track at this point, then we trust your project has a good chance of progressing as restrictions are eased and demand increases for safe outdoor activities. 

Possibilities for Planning a New Splash Pad or Spray Park

Even if you are an experienced spray park developer and/or manager, one of the hurdles you have in planning a new splash pad or spray park is to know exactly what’s possible. New spray park equipment is always being designed and developed. And it’s not just new twists on the old water feature designs. 

Water park equipment manufacturers are developing new equipment that is either safer, more interactive, more durable, easier to install and maintain, and, ultimately, simply more fun and appealing to your guests. 

To help you get a better idea of what’s possible for any new splash pad or spray park, we invite you to take a tour of our website. Here’s some of what you will find.

  1. Get The Basics – If you are in the early stages of water park planning, start by finding out about the differences between spray park equipment and splash pad equipment.
  2. See How it Can Work for You – With a basic understanding of the equipment, check out our Highlight Video. It shows you a variety of our splash pads and spray park installations from around the world. Check out how the equipment works, how it is used and how it appeals to children of all ages.
  3. Start Thinking About Your Design – Want to see what goes into designing a splash pad or spray park?  Check out some of our layouts of real-world water play installations ranging in size from 500 sq. ft. to 19,000 sq. ft.. 

We continue to be fully operational during the COVID-19 pandemic, though we are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of our team, our clients, suppliers, and their families. If you have any questions about what’s possible for your spray park or splash pad, please contact us.

To learn more about planning your facility, check out our recent article “Today’s Popular Spray park Design Trends”.