Splash pads are everywhere on the West Island


Updated July 5th, 2019

Splash pads have become a welcome trend in municipal park fun for children. Pierrefonds, Dorval, Ile-Perrot, Kirkland and Vaudreuil-Dorion are just some of the Burroughs and cities offering fun in the water to those who would prefer to forego municipal pools.

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These local parks often offer themed adventures as is the case with Bois Chatel park in Ile-Perrot. A pirate theme offers a moat, bridges, a steering wheel, binoculars and a treasure map all with lots of water. Ceres Park in Pierrefonds offers two separate areas with water spinners and jets with buttons to start the water sequence. The Valois Park splash pad pictured above has a giant wheel that dumps gallons of water on squealing little ones.

Below is a roundup of some of the many West Island splash pads for you to discover this summer:


  1. Ceres Park, Pierrefonds (Avenue Cérès, corner avenue Edward-Higgins)
  2. Sunnybrooke Park, D.D.O. (Cadman Street, off of Sunshine)
  3. Parkinson Park, Pierrefonds (Millette, corner of Boulevard de Pierrefonds)
  4. du Boisé Park, Roxboro (9e Avenue and Rue du Boisé)
  5. Cyril-W.-McDonald Park, Pierrefonds (Lamer and Rue Harry-Worth) *NEW 2019*


  1. Walters Park, Dorval (Pine Beach and Lakeshore Blvd.)
  2. Harris Park, Kirkland (Brunswick and Henri-Daoust)
  3. Valois Park, Pointe Claire


  1. Jonathan Wilson Park, Ile-Bizard (behind École Jonathan Wilson)
  2. Eugène-Dostie Park, Ile-Bizard (behind the pool)
  3. Robert Sauvé Park, Sainte-Geneviève


  1. Bel-Air Park (Brown Avenue)
  2. De la Canardière Park (behind Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau School)
  3. Mozart Park
  4. Des Narcisses Park
  5. Des Tilleuls Park Dorion-Gardens Sector
  6. Toe-Blake Park (next to Hymne-au-Printemps school)
  7. Briand Park (beside the Norampac plant)
  8. Jean-Jacques Bertrand (Seigneurie area)


  1. Michel Martin Park, Ile-Perrot
  2. Lucien-Manning Park, Ile-Perrot
  3. Des Eperviers Park, Ile-Perrot
  4. Des Mésanges Park, Ile-Perrot
  5. Olympique, Omni Park, Pincourt (behind Notre Dame de Lorette school)

Some parks offer shade and places to change but most don’t. Check with the city you plan to visit for details on shelter and changing chalets.

For an extensive list check out this link from West Island Mommies.