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Volume 24 Issue 3
COMPLIMENTARY

New Splash Pad at Community Park

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June 2023

BULLHEAD CITY — As the summer heat intensifies, Bullhead City has unveiled a new splash pad at Community Park, offering a refreshing outdoor retreat for families. The splash pad, a welcome addition to the park’s existing amenities, is now open and ready to help locals beat the heat.

Location and Hours

Located at 1251 Hwy. 95, Bullhead City, AZ 86429, Community Park is a popular destination for residents and visitors alike. The park is open to the public seven days a week, closing at 11 p.m., providing ample opportunity for families to enjoy the new splash pad.

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Splash Pad Features

The splash pad was constructed with the needs of the community in mind. It features an array of water jets and above-ground water features, providing a fun and safe environment for children to play. The splash pad operates a complete recirculation system, ensuring the water is chlorinated and UV sanitized for safety.

Parking and Fees

Community Park has implemented a day use parking fee system, effective from mid-May through late September and on holiday weekends. Bullhead City residents can access the park for free, while non-residents are required to pay a $20 fee. Please note that parking permits are valid for one entry on the date sold, with no re-entry allowed on the same permit.

Park Rules

Visitors are reminded to adhere to park rules for a safe and enjoyable experience. These include a 5 MPH speed limit within the park, no glass allowed, parking only in designated areas, dogs must be on a 6′ leash at all times, and the park closes at 11:00 PM.

Other Splash Pads in the Area

For families looking to explore beyond Bullhead City, there are other splash pads in Mohave County and Laughlin, NV:

  • Kingman, AZ: Cecil Davis Park, 601 Van Buren and Southern, Kingman, AZ. The park features a splash pad water feature operating from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. seasonally.
  • Lake Havasu City, AZ: Aquatic & Community Center, 100 Park Ave, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403. Phone: (928) 453-8686.
  • Laughlin, NV: Colorado River Heritage Greenway Park, 351-1317 S Casino Dr, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Laughlin, NV 89029. Phone: (702) 298-3413. Please note that availability and hours of operation may vary, so it’s always a good idea to call ahead or check the website before planning a visit.

Contact Information

For more information about the new splash pad at Community Park, please call (928) 763-9400 or visit the Bullhead City Community Park Website:

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