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Water parks and wading pools

The Vancouver Park Board's water parks and wading pools are the perfect way for people of all ages to cool off in the summer.

It's fun, free, and there's no swimming necessary!

COVID-19 update: water parks

June 26, 2020: Water parks are open at the following parks: Chaldecott, Connaught, Garden, Grandview, Harbour Green, Hastings, MacLean, Oak, Pandora, Prince Edward, and Stanley Park.

Wading pools will not be operating this summer.

Water parks

Our water parks delight with unexpected water spouts, cannon streams, flower showers, and more.

We're proud that all water parks now have push buttons to turn on the water for five minutes at a time. It's one way we're following the water restrictions.

Most water parks have limited or no supervision and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Note Our water parks have user-activated switches allowing them to operate during stages 1 to 3 of the regional water use restrictions. Water parks will close if we enter stage 4

Water park Hours
Connaught Park
2390 West 10th Avenue
Daily: 10am to 8pm
CRAB Park at Portside
101 East Waterfront Road

Closed

Chaldecott Park 
4175 Wallace Street
Daily: 10am to 8pm
Garden Park
1851 Garden Drive

July 3 to August 17

  • Monday to Wednesday and Friday: 10am to 2pm

Closed August 5

Grandview Park
1657 Charles Street

July 3 to August 24

  • Monday to Thursday: 12:30pm to 5:30pm

Closed August 5

Harbour Green Park
1199 West Cordova
Daily: 10am to 9pm
Hastings Park
2901 East Hastings Street
Daily: 9am to 8pm
Hinge Park
215 W 1st Avenue
Closed
Lumberman's Arch in Stanley Park
3301 Stanley Park Drive
Daily: 10am to 8pm
MacLean Park 
710 Keefer Street

July 2 to August 24

  • Monday to Friday: 10:30am to 5:30pm

Closed August 5

Norquay Park 
5050 Wales Street

Closed

Oak Park
900 W 59th Avenue
Daily: 10am to 8pm
Pandora Park 
2325 Franklin Street

July 3 to August 24

  • Daily: 10am to 8pm

Closed July 2 and August 5

Prince Edward Park 
3773 Prince Edward Street

July 2 to August 16

Monday to Friday: 12pm to 5pm

Closed July 1 and August 5

Wading pools

The Vancouver Park Board operates several wading pools, shallow concrete tanks of water, mainly in neighbourhood parks.

  Due to COVID-19, wading pools will not be operating this summer.

Other places to enjoy the water in Vancouver

Beaches

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Swimming pools

We have nine indoor and five outdoor seasonal pools. View their locations, features, and amenities.

Parks and recreation for all

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