Harry Dotson Park), this splash pad is located in one section of the park so it’s easy to keep an eye on the kids. Maybe it’s because my kids really enjoy water play this year, but I felt the water sprays were not super strong as some others. You’ll want to pack their sunblock and their wetsuits. A restroom is located toward the entrance of the park near the covered picnic area.
If the splash pad is not a hit, don’t worry because there are lots to do at this park to keep them entertained such as some nearby swings (which my kids didn’t venture off to), large play structures throughout the park, and an infamous dragon slide. This park has been around for a long time and many of my friends remember coming here when they were growing up. Now they’re creating new traditions with their own kids – Amazing.
It cost $2 per person to enter the park (price went up starting September 4, 2012) which for us, is still affordable.
Atlantis Play Center
13630 Atlantis Way
Garden Grove, CA
FREE (2 yrs and under)
$2 (3 yrs and up)
Mondays – Closed
Tuesdays – Saturdays 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sundays 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m
For more information about the
City of Garden Grove and their parks, go here