Chicago, Illinois. We installed this backyard home splashpad just outside of Chicago, Illinois in Carpenterville, IL with 5 colorful and exciting Water Play Features!
Each water play features—Water Cannon, Fire Hydrant, Single Bucket Dump, Umbrella and Mini Mushroom—stands out in this aquatic park on the bright green My Splash Pad Anti-Slip surface and each one is a world of splashing, soaking, and drenching fun by itself! And it truly is the neighborhood hangout now!
Chicago, Illinois. This Make-A-Wish little girl’s hope was to have a home splash pad in her backyard!
Her mom told us that her favorite things were pink, butterflies, and glitter. Her wish was gladly granted, and we gave her pink everywhere—from her Water Play Features to the surface on the spray pad, with added sparkle and butterflies!
Caledonia, Michigan. Awesome backyard fun will be had on this 20′ circle home splash park in Caledonia, Michigan!
There are 16 below-ground Nozzles, three different size Bumps, a Flower Shower, and a Single Bucket Dump Water Play Feature along with the brilliant blue MSP Safer Surface!
Bath Springs, Tennessee. What a gorgeous view for this residential backyard splash pad— the mountains of Tennessee along the Tennessee River!
We had to cut and jackhammer limestone boulders to install the splash pads re-circulating tank, but that didn’t stop us from giving this family what they wanted!
Make-A-Wish Foundation is an awesome organization that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses.
The precious little ones they help mean a lot to us, so from our hearts, we happily created a distinctive outdoor splash pad with playground water features for each of them.
My Splash Pad’s latest innovation is a homeowner’s dream.
Here’s what makes it so unique. In a traditional backyard splash pad installation, the safety surface can not be applied until the concrete has cured, which typically takes 30 days.