Guest Post By: Dr. Beverlie Dietze. With a shared commitment to connect the world through play, we are excited to present to you the following guest post by Dr. Beverlie Dietze, an internationally-known author, researcher and expert in the field of early childhood education and outdoor play. It's Not just a Puddle to Splash in ...... Continue Reading →
Your Guide to Splash Pad Maintenance
Ensure your aquatic play space thrives all throughout the season with our Splash Pad Maintenance Guide. It's packed with resources to keep your park in peak condition!
IN THE NEWS… Waterplay a Gold Sponsor & Seminar Presenter at the 2019 Play Conference
Waterplay is honored to offer their support and participation as a Gold sponsor and seminar presenter at the 10th Annual Conference on the Value of Play.
A Great Success Story from Down Under!
Waterplay was thrilled to receive a visit from Kent and Leanne Sansom, owners of Oakvale Wildlife Park, NSW, Australia. With the success of their Splash Pad which opened in Dec of 2016, they are now looking to further expand their water play space and had lots of exciting news to share.
Island-inspired elements blend with a dynamic water play design at the five star Movenpick Resort & Spa in Bali, Indonesia. The overall space design by Playpoint Asia creates a gradual flow of activity with defined play zones for all ages. A shallow wading pool eases little waterplayers into gentle discovery play with spraying grasses and... Continue Reading →
First time bringing your little ones to the splash pad? Planning a trip to the water park this season? Whatever your aquatic adventure, have these key items ready for a day full of splashes: Swimwear (arrive ready to play!) Sunscreen Hats & sunglasses Towels & beach blankets Swim diapers Snacks & drinks (stay hydrated!) Toys... Continue Reading →
VIDEO: Parque Ribera Bio Bio Splash Pad
Long awaited by the municipality of Chiguayante in south Chile, this park space was designed to recover abandoned grounds next to the historic river Bio Bio. The splash pad is the first part of a larger project to connect the surrounding neighbours with the river, and at the same time provide a safe and exciting... Continue Reading →
"With a huge tunnel waterslide as well as two smaller slides, a dumping bucket and several fountains and water soakers, the kids had an absolute ball. Even after the longest time, we had to tear them away for dinner. Fortunately they had the promise of even more waterpark fun the next day..." Click here to... Continue Reading →