Pools & Splash Pads

South Bend Venues Parks & Arts has seven splash pads across the city in addition to the water playground in Kennedy Park and the pool in Potawatomi Park.

Pool Locations

South Bend Venues Parks & Arts has seven splash pads across the city in addition to the water playground in Kennedy Park and the pool in Potawatomi Park.

Splash Pad Locations

Splash pads are scheduled to reopen on June 12 in accordance with the State of Indiana Back on Track plan.

Southeast Park 
Southeast Park has the largest splash pad in the city. It is located between Fellows and High Street on the South side of South Bend. This splash pad stands near the Southeast Park’s pavilion and playground.

Coquillard Park 
This small splash pad is next to the half court basketball and tennis courts. There is also a pavilion with some picnic tables nearby.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center 
The splash pad at Martin Luther King, Jr. is located outside the center and is adjacent to the playground area.

Charles Black Community Center 
In the spacious LaSalle Park, there is splash pad near the playground area and not too distant from the pavilions that can be rented for parties and special occasions.

O’Brien Park
The splash pad in O’Brien Park is right beside the skate park. It has a small covered area with a picnic table for the parents to sit and enjoy the weather while the children play in the jets of water.

Pulaski Park
Enjoy this beautiful new park full of great amenities along with a fun new splash pad!

Potawatomi Park
 Among the picnic tables and beside the universally accessible playground, the newest splash pad in the system is placed between the shaded trees of Potawatomi Park and within walking distance from Kids Kingdom.

Fremont Park
Our newest splash pad! Fremont Park is considered a block park, which is a smaller location containing limited amenities such as playgrounds.

Howard Park  – COMING SOON!

The Rask Family Fountain is a 1,500- square foot interactive series of water fountains and jets. In regular mode, the fountains doubles as a play area where people can interact with the water. When in show mode, the water feature transforms into a nighttime attraction with a colorful light show and impressive bursts of water.