Take Me To Paris! Splashin’ Around Paris Splash Park

In 2020, the Paris Splash Park can’t open until Illinois moves to Stage 5!

This post is part two in our short “Take Me to Paris!” series about fun for kids in Paris, Illinois. Click HERE to read about Part 1–our trip to the beach!

Splashin' Around Tiger Falls Splash Park in Paris, Illinois!

We took this little road trip to Paris with our neighborhood play group, and originally our only destination was the Paris Splash Park. (The beach was a fun afterthought!)

The Paris Splash Park was a colorful attraction with plenty of buckets, waterfalls, and fountains for kids to enjoy. At the advice of a friend, we brought our own water squirters, scoops, and buckets.

Tiger Falls Splash Park in Paris, IL

Kids of all ages are welcome to play, but I noticed that kids ages 4 and up seemed to have the most fun.

Paris Splash Pad -- Midwest Day Trip Idea

Due to Covid-19, the splash park was not open in June or July 2020. But the Park Splash Park typically opens on Memorial Day weekend. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Remember, Paris operates on CENTRAL time! So in “Indiana Time” (EST) the hours are 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily. 

Tiger Falls Splash Park in Paris, IL

Thankfully, Paris isn’t too far! I think budgeting 40 minutes each direction is a safe bet.

Tiger Falls Splash Park in Paris, IL

If you’re trying to find directions on your phone, try putting in “Twin Lakes Drive, Paris, IL” or clicking on this link to see Google map directions.

Want more ways to keep cool? Check out our Wabash Valley Guide to Pools, Beaches, and Splash Parks! Places to Swim in Terre Haute

And don’t miss the details of the our trip to the Paris free public beach!

Twin Lakes Public Beach

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