Lamarand Splash Pad

The Jeffrey Lamarand Splash Field is located inside Heritage Park, between the Sheridan Center Open Air Pavilion and the Activities Building. It is a unique baseball-themed splash park ideally suited for children 12 and under. It is open during the spring and summer.

The fenced-in splash field area also has a playscape, installed in 2016. That playscape can also be used by splash field participants.

Splash Pad Hours


Opening Date: May 26, 2017
Friday-Sunday: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Extended hours begin June 17, 2017
Monday-Thursday: Noon-6 p.m.
Friday-Sunday: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.


 Rates, Passes,and Rentals  
 Residents
 
 Two Hour Block  $3
 Daily Pass  $5
 Non Residents  
 Two Hour Block  $5
 Daily Pass $10
 Gold Pass  $50
 Group/Party Rentals  $100

*Adults are free

Recreation Center Members- Gold Pass

Taylor Recreation Center members may purchase a "Gold Pass," which entitles four persons in the same household to unlimited usage for the season. They must remain members of the Taylor Recreation Center the entire time they utilize the passes.

Group/Party Rentals

*Includes use of fireplace area for three hours and two hours splash pad. Ten-child maximum. Adults free.

SPLASH PAD WILL BE CLOSED DURING THE TAYLOR SUMMER FESTIVAL AND INCLEMENT WEATHER
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History


The splash pad is dedicated to the late Mayor Jeffrey Lamarand, who passed away in October 2014. Mr. Lamarand started the overall Sheridan Center renovations. Mr. Lamarand’s wife, Mishelle, daughter Jillian and son Nash attended the council meeting as the City announced the dedication of the future splash pads.

The new splash pad area is customized as a baseball diamond, thanks to Taylor's deep tradition of Little League baseball and the Junior League World Series, which is held in Heritage Park every year. It feature as scoreboard, elevated baseballs, bases and base paths and much more.

The splash pads use a regular water feed - the water will not be recycled within its system.This phase of the project will be funded out of the building and grounds fund. 
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