Guide to Splash Pads, Pools, & Water Fun

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Summer 2020 — summer of the pandemic — is nothing if not unusual. We’ve updated this list of area splash pads, pools, and waterparks with what is open, what date it opens, and what is completely closed for the summer or year. Click the link (in the pink font) for each business listed to find out more information about capacity levels, safety protocol, and such.

Summertime means popsicles, no school, summer camps, and water! Fort Worth Moms searched the area to find the best spots for cooling off this summer. With places all around the metroplex, you are sure to find one convenient for your family . . . or several you want to explore. Either way, be safe, have fun, and make heaps of memories. Make sure your kiddos are pool-ready by enrolling them in swim lessons. And don’t forget to wear your sunscreen!

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Roy Savage Pool – Closed until further notice. 

Bahama Beach Water Park – Closed until further notice. 

Children’s Adventure Garden – Closed until further notice. 

Klyde Warren Park – Closed until further notice. 

Euless Aquatic Park – Closed for the 2020 Summer season. 

Farmers Branch Aquatic Center – Opening day is June 15. 

Haltom City Spraygrounds – Closed until further notice. 

Chisholm Aquatics Center – Closed for the 2020 Summer season. 

Cimarron Family Aquatics Center – Closed until further notice. 

Sonora Park Splash Pad – Closed until further notice. 

NRH2O – Opening day is June 15. 

Don’t see your favorite area water park or pool? Email [email protected].


  1. I am confused and disappointed because this list clearly says “Summer 2020” however several of the Fort Worth pools are closed due to Covid 19. Why are they still listed? Or why is that not noted next to the listing? Also, with one phone call to the YMCA they know nothing about “select pools being open to the community”.


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