Splash Park is tucked behind City Hall and borders a large outdoor space just above The Bowl with tables, umbrellas, and plenty of turf to spread out a picnic blanket.

The Splash Pad is closed for the season and will reopen in May 2024.

parks & recreation

5009 West Broad Street
Sugar Hill, GA 30518

Office Hours:  Mon – Fri, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone: (770) 831-7413
Email: recreation@cityofsugarhill.com

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  • The park is open to the public and is wheelchair accessible.
  • Splash Park is subject to closing due to scheduled maintenance, inclement weather, or concerts at The Bowl.
  • Hours of operation may vary. Please check this page or the city’s social media for any closings.
  • For everyone’s safety, the fountain area is under camera surveillance.

Responsible fun and frolicking is to be expected, but please remember to play safely! 

Please email the Parks & Recreation Department if you have any questions.
recreation@cityofsugarhill.com

Kids can’t get enough of playing in the dancing spouts of H20 spraying up in the air as their parents picnic, socialize with friends, hit the food trucks, and listen to live music.

Don’t miss out on Splash Night, every last Friday in May – September from 5 – 9 p.m.

Splash Night brings residents, visitors, local food trucks, artists, and musicians into one sweet space for a night of fun, The City of Sugar Hill is also proud to partner with various nonprofits to help give back to the community.

  • Please enjoy the fountain at your own risk
  • NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY
  • Toddlers must wear swim diapers
  • No pets are allowed in the fountain area
  • Toddlers and small children are not allowed in main center water jet
  • Never leave children unattended
  • No running or rough play
  • No jumping from walls or stairs
  • No foul/abusive language or bullying
  • No food, drink, bottles, or wrappers shall be permitted in the immediate area of swimming or on the decks surrounding the fountain.
  • No tobacco may be brought into the fountain area
  • No water balloons, water guns, or other toys allowed
  • No skates, skateboards, scooters, or bicycles allowed
  • No bathing, soap, detergent, or shampoo allowed
  • No glass objects of any kind in the fountain area
  • Persons having an infectious or communicable disease, which can be transmitted by water, shall be excluded from public fountains
  • Spitting, spouting of water, blowing the nose, etc. in the fountain shall be strictly prohibited
  • Appropriate clothing or swimwear is required
  • Footwear is strongly recommended
  • Please do not drink the water
  • Respect others
  • Maximum bathing load: 283 people

Click here to view the 2021 Public Swimming Pool Inspection Report.

For more information regarding the report, visit www.gnrhealth.com

The City of Sugar Hill shall not be held responsible for any injuries resulting from the use of the fountain.

In case of emergency, please call 911.
Please use emergency phone located at VIP Suites.
First Aid Kit is available at City Hall.

In case of a thunderstorm, lightning, or severe weather or any kind, please vacate the fountain area immediately and seek shelter.

The City of Sugar Hill, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to remove, restrict, or ban anyone from the fountain area for violation of any of these rules.

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