Pack up the babies and grab the old ladies, it's time to head to Lily Pad Springs - Michigan's Largest splash pad.

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This place looks awesome, and bonus it is not too far of a drive from Genesee County and Lapeer County. According to my ninja like math skills (Google) you can be there from both  Flint and Lapeer in about an hour.

I am sure you have questions about Lily Pad Springs, and I do have answers.

How big is Lily Pad Springs?

Big. Lily Pad Springs is  5500 square feet of watery fun. This plays is always pumping as in 740 gallons per minute of treated water with 6000 gallons circulating through the whole system.

Will my kids be bored after an hour? What is there for them to do?

No way! Your kids will never want to leave. I guarantee you will be dragging them out crying. On top of endless splashing around, your kids will enjoy the following,

  • Over 50 play features
  • 4 water slides
  • Splash bucket that dumps 55 gallons of water
  • 2,400 sq. ft. custom climbable structure

Clearly, Lily Pad Springs is fun for kids of all ages.

Is it handicap accessible?

Yes. ADA and universally accessible.

What other amenities are provided?

Many. Lily Pad Springs also offers,

  • Shaded areas
  • Restrooms
  • Outdoor shower
  • Free public lockers

How much is entry?

Patrons can enjoy Lily Pad Springs seven days a week during the following sessions,

  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM West Bloomfield residents only
  • 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM

The cost is $4 for West Bloomfield resident or $6 for nonresident per session. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your session of choice and proper swimwear is required. For a complete list of rules, click here. You can purchase advance tickets here. Lily Pad Springs is located at 6200 Farmington Road. Feel free to check out their website for additional information.

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