Guide: Spray parks on Long Island

Looking to stay cool all summer long? News 12 Long Island compiled a list of some of the spray parks features across the island. Here they are in no particular order! NOTE: Operating hours, features and fees are subject to change. Call before heading out.
Bay Park
Marjorie Lane
East Rockaway
(516) 571-7245
Fee: Free to Nassau residents; $10 parking fee for nonresidents.
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Bay Park features a large playground with a spray park and on-demand sprinklers. The sprinkler playground includes three settings and a center console that sprays water out of nozzles. Water also shoots up from the ground and sprinkles out of the wall.
Blumenfeld Family Park

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Main Street
Port Washington
(516) 869-6311
Fee: Free and open to all
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The water is user-controlled, with large buttons that kids can push to turn the water on. Three fountains go off in a timed pattern that lets kids run around and chase the water. There's also a mushroom waterfall and dump buckets. The park includes swings, monkey bars, slides and more.
Byron Lake Park
76 Bayview Drive
Oakdale
(631) 472-7043
Fee: $8 a person with a Town of Islip Recreation Card; $12 with proof of town residency (driver's license); $15 for a nonresident; $2 for a resident with a Town Senior Recreation Card or Permanent Town Disability Card; parking fees may apply.
At the Byron Lake Park Pool, there are two large swimming pools, including one with a large slide. The park also has a kiddie pool with sprinklers.
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Cantiague Park
480 W. John St.
Hicksville
(516) 571-7056
Fee: Open to all; resident with Leisure Pass pays $10 adult, $6 child, 13 and older must have their own Leisure Pass; nonresident fee is $22 adult, $15 per child.
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Cantiague Park has an interactive water play area, which features a jungle gym with sprinklers that shoot water up from the ground. The park also has two pools, including a kiddie pool and two large water slides.
Clark Street Playground

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Long Beach
(516) 431-3890
Fee: Free and open to all
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The free sprinklers and splash park area on Clark Street and the bay includes water arches that kids can run through or underneath. Water sprays up from the ground; there's also a spider climber made of rope, and showers that feature water raining down on kids. The park also includes a playground, rope-climbing station and more.
Eisenhower Park
Hempstead Turnpike and Merrick Avenue
East Meadow
(516) 572-0348
Fee: Free to Nassau County residents with Leisure Pass, $10 parking fee for nonresidents
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Located in Field 2 at Eisenhower Park, the park has three playground areas and a large a free splash pool. There are large sprinkler rig with multiple spray heads.
Geiger Lake Memorial Park
Grand Boulevard
Wyandanch
(631) 893-2100
Fee: $5; Town of Babylon residents only
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The Tree of Life can be find at Geiger Lake Memorial Park, which has 25 different play elements. Children can cross a bride, go down one of three water slides, use the water cannons, bucket dumps, or rope-climb. There is also a large spider and snake water place set with spiraling slides.
Grant Park
Broadway and Sheridan Avenue
Hewlett
(516) 571-7821
Fee: Free to residents with Leisure Pass; Non-Residents and Residents without Leisure Pass, $10 to park weekends and holidays
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There are three playgrounds in Grant Park, which accommodates different ages ranging from 1 to 12-years old. The free spray pool area is on a large concrete pad and includes overhead and grown-level water features.
Hoyt Farm Park Preserve

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200 New Highway
Commack
(631) 543-7804
Fee: Smithtown residents only, weather permitting
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The splash park at Hoyt Farm Park Preserve features water arches for kids to run under, and overhead dump buckets. It is next to both a sand playground and a rubberized playground.
Jones Beach Spray Pad
1 Ocean Parkway
Wantagh
(516) 785-1600
Fee: Free
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The spray pad in the Central Mall area also features chairs and umbrellas to stay in the shade. Parking is closest at Field 4.
North Woodmere Park
750 Hungry Harbor Road
North Woodmere
(516) 571-7800
Fee: Open to all; with a Leisure Pass: $9 adults; $6 children; $5 for ages 60 and older.
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There are multiple playgrounds for different age groups at North Woodmere Park. The large pool complex features an Olympic-size pool, a diving pool with boards, a wading pool, training pool and an interactive water-play area with sprays, water guns and wheels to turn.
Phelps Lane

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151 Phelps Lane
North Babylon
(631) 669-4654
Fee: $7, free for kids younger than 3. Town of Babylon residents only.
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At Phelps Lane, there is a swimming pool, two water slides and an interactive spray pool featuring overhead dump buckets, water guns, a rope bridge and a children's pool. Phelps Lane also boats free Wi-Fi, handicapped-accessible ramp; picnic tables and lounge chairs.
Shipwreck Cove

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Bay Shore Marina
South Clinton Avenue
Bay Shore
(631) 224-5404
Fee: $8 a person with a Town of Islip Recreation Card; $12 with proof of town residency (driver's license); $15 for a nonresident; $2 for a resident with a Town Senior Recreation Card or Permanent Town Disability Card; parking fees may apply.
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This spray park features a water slides, dump buckets, a climbing area and water sprayers,
Splish Splash

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2549 Splish Splash Drive
Calverton
(631) 727-3600
Fee: $35.99 - $48.99, $15 parking
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There are more than 14 water slides and New York’s first hydromagnetic water coaster, a lazy river and kiddie areas.
Tanner Park

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Kerrigan Road off Montauk Highway
Copiague
(631) 893-2100
Fee:  Town residents only, recreation permit required.
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There's a small interactive splash park at Tanner Park with a round tree waterfall, a miniature water slide and several water sprouts coming up from the ground.
Tobay Beach
Ocean Parkway east of Jones Beach, off Wantagh Parkway
Massapequa
(516) 679-3900
Fee: Included in beach entry fee; parking sticker $20 daily or $60 season for residents; $50 daily Monday-Friday for nonresidents, $60 daily weekends or holidays; no parking fee after 6 p.m.
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Tobay Beach features an interactive sprinkler park with water arches, water guns and water fountains that spray up from the ground.
Venetian Shores

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Granada Parkway off Montauk Highway
Lindenhurst
(631) 893-2100
Fee: Town residents only, recreation permit required.
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At Venetian Shores, there is a large Interactive spray park with a mushroom fountain, overhead dump buckets, water sprayers and more.
Wantagh Park

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1 King Road
Wantagh
(516) 571-7460
Fee: $10 adult, $6 child with a Leisure Pass; $5 seniors, veterans and disabled. Nonresident guests welcome with a Leisure Pass holder, $25, adult and $29 children, seniors, veterans and disabled
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There's an Olympic-size main pool, a diving pool, a children's pool, a training pool, an interactive water-play area and two water slides. There's also a large playground with swings, slides, a maze and more.
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